Swinging in Seoul

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HUBS Internship Program: A Brief Report (Kurt)

One main reason why I chose to study in Korea was a previous visit in 2012 and the few but interesting insights into the Korean way of life I had during those four days. Back then I did an internship with a German manufacturing company in Shanghai, China. These six months gave me a basic understanding of the […]

‘Nature Kitchen’: Korean Salad Bar and Buffet

Last week, on the 18th of December, the HUBS International Cooperation Office and myHUBS was invited to the Grand Opening of the Korean salad bar and buffet restaurant, ‘Nature Kitchen’ Hanyang University branch (자연별곡 한양대점). The team was selected to try out the hottest trend in the restaurant industry in Korea these days. Part 1 […]

[End of Term] Fall 2014 myHUBS Reporters

We’d like to announce that the reporters of the Fall 2014 myHUBS team have finished their term for the blog.  The team contributed to 67 articles in total for one semester, expressing tips and their experiences during their stay in Korea, which will definitely be helpful for future exchange students to HUBS. Thank you for your efforts! You […]

The Colours of HUBS: Fall 2014

Photos by Hoon from Korea

The 2014 Farewell Party for International Students of HUBS

To end the last semester of 2014, the Hanyang University Business School had a farewell party for the International Students on December 9th. Held at the Business School SKT Hall, the party was so much fun for the many international students that attended, from all over the world including China, Japan, USA, Canada, Germany, France, […]

Handy Smartphone Apps: a Must, When Living in Korea!

Hello dear readers! Living in Korea or just visiting, there are a few app suggestions which will definitely make your life easier here. I assume in 21st century and especially in nowadays technologically developed society everybody owns a smartphone or a tablet. It doesn’t matter if you are an android or an ios fan and […]

What Should You do if You Get Sick in Korea?

Since coming to Korea, I’ve felt sick more times than I can count. Runny nose, fever, sore throat, muscle aches – if your immune system is easily weakened, then you might want to take some precautionary measures ASAP. In this article, I’ll be sharing some of my personal experiences with local pharmacies and doctors, and […]