Hanyang Rel-terview : VITTORIO (2)

Eunjin Jo This is the new coner of the my HUBS. This is “Han-yang Rel-terviw”. Hanyang Rel-terview is short for Hanyang University buisness school’s relay interview of exchange student. From now on, interview with students who come to Hanyang University as exchange students will be unloaded every week. You can feel the atmosphere of Hanyang […]

New Bloggers for the 2019 Fall Semester

  Name: Eunjin Jo Hi. Everyone! This is the first article as a Hanyang English reporter.Through this blog, I want to inform useful news to people contacting me is always welcome. My name is Jo, Eunjin. ( 조은진 <-This is the way I write down the name in my country. We use the character named Han-guel(한글)) I’m 20 years […]

My Last HUBS article

Kim Min Jung I cannot believe that this is my last article for the HUBS blog! For almost four months, I tried to provide a lot of information that would be beneficial to students who came to Hanyang university. I wanted to tell them not only about some hot places in Korea, but also Korea’s […]

Say Goodbye to the HUBS blog

Nam Inhan I’m always excited about new starts just as I was when I started my HUBS blog. HUBS led me to read more articles and do more research about Korea which has truly been enlightening. Sometimes finding a subject or writing an article once a week felt a little difficult. But if I were […]

My Time as a HUBS Editor

Youn Seng Min                   It’s been quite a ride! I still remember the day I walked into the interview for this position. HUBS was my first official school affiliated extra-curricular activity and I was unreasonably nervous about it. Ms.Yoon from international adminstrations, who is the real star behind the scenes, asked me a few non-intrusive […]

My Experience as a MyHUBS reporter

Jung Lee Writing my last article gives me a sudden realization that the semester flew by. Each completion of a semester is a moment for us to review and critique the last few months to become better versions of ourselves. And yes I am sincerely confident that I have delivered a good number of valuable […]

The Mobile App that Will Save You from Getting Lost

Lee Jung Finding directions is not always an easy task, even for Koreans. Convenient but extensive public transit in Seoul often confuses us with multiple directions, unclear signboards and complicated transfer processes. The directions to famous attractions are quite comprehensive, but it is the daily commute and other everyday destinations we are mostly concerned about. […]

Back Alley Eateries Day 1: DashiOlChicken (다시올치킨)

Seng Min Youn Had someone warned me about the seemingly bottomless pool of work I would flounder in, perhaps I wouldn’t have decided that uni was a good idea. A month into the semester, I have already made five, twenty-slide power point presentations. All these cherry blossoms and annoyingly cute couples mock me. I hope […]