A Day Out in Insadong

If you want to know what Korea is all about but you feel like your budget is not letting you travel all around the country, you must visit Insa-dong (인사동). The famous neighbourhood is a part of the Jongno-gu district of Seoul. Insa-dong is considered to be one Seoul’s most ancient places and will bring you […]

Introducing 2015 FESTIVALS!! (October&November)

Hello, everyone. Today I’m going to introduce some festivals in Korea. This time, I will tell you some festivals which are held on October and November. Actually, there are very various festivals in Korea. However, some festivals are held in other regions that are far from Seoul but we have to go to school ;( […]

On the Korean Traditional Holiday: Chuseok

Chuseok (추석), korean traditional holiday, is originally known as Hangawi (한가위) –meaning the great middle of autumn. It is a major harvest festival and a three-day holiday in Korea. We celebrate Chuseok based on lunar calender-specifically 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. So it usually happens around middle of September. As a celebration […]

Why you will get Fit in Korea

Korea has a ton of tasty food to offer. That’s a fact. Because of that, some people coming here might be concerned about enjoying marinated fried chicken, McDonald’s delivery and Korean BBQ a bit too much and gaining a few extra pounds. But don’t worry; there are exercise opportunities everywhere (some of which you can’t […]

Escape to Jeju Island

Seoul is a concrete jungle full of neon lights, loud noises, and huge crowds of people – and I absolutely love it. That being said, there comes a point where you just need a break! Luckily for all of you, Korea has many natural escapes to offer. Jeju Island (제주도) is definitely high (if not at […]

Visit Ilsan and Enjoy!

Have you ever been to Ilsan which is located in Gyeonggi Province? Maybe some of you have heard Ilsan as a place where MBC(Korean TV station) is located in. However, there are lots of places to visit in there except MBC. So, I would like to introduce myHUBS’s readers to two places in Ilsan. Take […]

Korean Professional Football League

Do you like playing football? Or maybe like watching football? I will introduce to you K-league, Korea’s professional football league. It is separated into two sub-leagues: K-league Classic and K-league Challenge, with a total of 12 teams. Teams and where the teams are located are marked on the map below. If you like to go […]

Hanyang Women’s University Fall Festival

Talk about a great catch on campus. No train trip required and a plethora of fun for two nights in a roll. Right here, on campus, and it trumps any block party you could imagine. It‘s probably one the best festivals on a college campus I’ve ever experienced, and my home university hosts a lot […]