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 […]

Gmarket: A Gateway to the Online Shopping Hub in Korea

Lee Jung Shopping is always delightful. Thanks to the well-established e-commerce markets and fast parcel services in Korea, we as customers enjoy convenient online shopping. The mobile applications e-commerce companies offer are so handy and easy to use that combined with mobile payment services such as Samsung Pay or Kakao Pay, the whole process of […]

Anju – What to Drink and What to Eat

Youn Seng Min  Hey guys and girls! I hope you’ve had another wonderful week. Me? I’m still trying to get over the fact that I may have to retake a course next semester due to a horrible exam score. At least I get to retake the course. All’s well that ends well right? Today I’d […]

Korean Baseball Culture

Kim Min Jung Do you know that a lot of Koreans love baseball? I also like watching baseball and I’m fan of Samsung Lions, one of the teams in the Korean baseball league. There are ten teams, each supported by big corporations in Korea and regions where they have their home-stadiums. There are three teams, […]

The Korean Demilitarized Zone

Lee Jung As most of you are well aware, the political and diplomatic complications between South and North Korea are still on-going. Korea is the one of the only two divided nations in the world, along with Cyprus. Since the Korean Civil War and the Armistice Agreement, which put an end to the war, the […]