Which one are you talking about?

Park, Jeonghun          There are some words that have a double meaning in Korean, because the language itself is focused on contextual meanings. For example, Noon (눈) might mean more than two ideas; the part of the body you see with or snow that fall from the sky. Foreigners or exchange students might have trouble […]

4 Days in Tokyo

Kamari Koonce Day 1 -Thursday I enjoyed my time in Tokyo over the last week. The most stressful part about the first day was figuring out the complicated metro system. It is not like Korea where there is only one operator. Here there are many different company lines that run throughout the country. An app […]

A Night Around Dongdaemun

By Kathy Pham               As we are all aware, South Korea is known for fashion! It’s the place where everyone dresses like they are walking the run way. With that said, don’t you ever feel like dressing up? Feel like having a photoshoot to update your social media such as Instagram? Well, here is an […]

Seoul Lantern Festival

Kamari Koonce              Every year the city of Seoul has a huge festival in November called Seoul Lantern Festival. This year the festival runs from November 2nd through November 18th. I thought it would be a great way to spend the weekend, so I gathered some friends and we went on a Saturday night. I […]

Pre-Travel Diaries: Visiting Japan

Kamari Koonce Why Japan? Next month I will be visiting Japan for the first time. Before coming to South Korea, I had always wanted to visit Japan, but I didn’t plan for it to happen this year at all. Japan is a country that has managed to stay in power with few invasions over the […]

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 […]