Ttukseom Amusement Park

Kim Yunkun Hello guys! With a lot of holidays in October and with the weather becoming cooler, it is becoming the perfect weather for going on a picnic. If you wanted to go on one but was not sure about the destination let me introduce one of my personal favorite spots. Today I will be […]

Jongmyo

Park Junghoon Seoul has many ancient buildings. To name a few, Deoksugung and Gyeongbokgung are them, which are palaces built in Joseon dynasty. However, from the perspective of the people who lived in that era, Jongmyo was more important than anything else because it was a shrine. Even today, the site is one of the […]

Seoul Friendship Festival and Other Events

Park, Jeonghun Near city hall, there are many festivals or events held nearly every weekend. Right before the start of a new semester, I heard the news that they are holding a festival there, which was called “Seoul Friendship Festival”. Because the name was obscure to me, I decided to visit city hall and take […]

Hiking to Gwanaksan Mountain

Kamari Koonce Sometimes living in a city such as Seoul is overwhelming because of how small it is compared to the number of people that actually live here. To put this into perspective, currently over 9 million people live in Seoul versus 8.5 million people in New York, but Seoul is actually 75 square miles […]

Korean versus American Baseball Games

Kamari Koonce When the on-campus business organization called “Glitters” mentioned that they were planning on taking the international students with them to see a baseball game in Korea, I registered as soon as possible. For those who do not know, baseball originated in my home country: America. It is also second behind football as the […]

Buddha’s birthday

Sooin Mun Having a break from a tight schedule can be really good, especially if you were planning to go on a trip while staying in Korea. Considering how it is quite close to the final exams but not that close that you’d feel pressured to study while the vacation, it will be a very […]

To get a haircut in Korea.

Sooin Moon Once you are here in Korea, it’ll be pretty tough to adjust into this society, especially if you are from somewhere out of Asia, and unprepared. However, you’ll start to be able to make some friends, get along with, hang out in some exotic places, and even go to some other countries nearby, […]

About having a group project in Korea

Sooin Moon I’ve been living in foreign countries for almost 10 years, going to international schools and sometimes local schools, which gave me a lot of experience in group projects with many different cultural backgrounds. And then, coming back to Korea, and getting involved in lots of group works in business major classes, gave me […]