Welcome to myHUBS.org

Thank you for visiting myHUBS.org, the official blog of Hanyang University Business School. This blog is jointly run by Korean and foreign volunteers who enjoy sharing their knowledge with incoming foreign students. Our articles will provide you first-hand information on campus life at HUBS as well as on Korean culture, people and travel destinations. We are looking forward to your questions, comments, and feedback!


All about Hanyang

End of Term (by Jungmok)

Hello everyone, this is Jung Mok and I cannot believe that my time as a myHUBS reporter for the fall semester has come to an end. Time really flies. First, I would like to thank the Business school … [Read more...]

My time as a blog writer for HUBS (by Annie)

My time as a blog writer for HUBS was an excellent opportunity for me to explore Seoul and share my discoveries with international students that weren’t comfortable living abroad yet. HUBS was a way … [Read more...]

Yummy Yummy!

If you want to order some food – delivery food around the school (by Yongshin)

What do you eat mostly for dinner? As you know Hanyang University is on top a slope, and the business building is too far from Wangsimni, where many restaurants are. It takes so much time and energy … [Read More...]

If you are sick of Soju and Beer, Try different kinds of Makgeollis! (by Jeongmok)

If you are foreign incoming students in Korea, you may have heard different kinds of alcohol drinks such as Soju and Makgeolli. Today I would like to introduce different types of Makegolli that you … [Read More...]

All about Seoul

How to economically enjoy Snow Board and Ski in Korea (Part II) (by Jeongmok)

Hi, this is Jung Mok again and today I am going to write about how to practically utilize rental shops to enjoy skiing. There are so many things to prepare for skiing and snowboarding. You need to … [Read More...]

An afternoon out to Donga Ilbo (by Yongshin)

Dongailbo is one of the Top 3 newspaper companies in South Korea. It also has Channel A, which is a broadcasting station. On November 10th, foreign exchange students with Glitters visited … [Read More...]

All about Travel

How to economically enjoy Snow Board and Ski in Korea (Part II) (by Jeongmok)

Hi, this is Jung Mok again and today I am going to write about how to practically utilize rental shops to enjoy skiing. There are so many things to prepare for skiing and snowboarding. You need to … [Read More...]

(1) How to Enjoy Skiing and Snowboarding in Korea: Nearest Ski Resorts from Seoul (by Jeongmok)

The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic is coming close and closer. Korea has four distinct seasons and usually winter starts and end from end of November to end of February. Unlike summer’s hot weather, … [Read More...]