Lit Hip Hop Concert

Fanny Last Saturday, I had the chance to attend the Lit Hip Hop concert. This wouldn’t have been able without my friend who is fluent in Korean and bought the tickets for our group. So quick tip: if you want to attend or buy tickets for a concert here in Seoul, find yourself someone either […]

Korean spa (Mo-Kyok-Tang or Chim-Jill-Bang)

Sooin Mun There are a lot of foreign students visiting Korea every semester. So, it would be fair enough for me to guess that there will be different types of travelers out there. By types, I mean there are different ways of preparing to travel. Some people prepare like they will live in the foreign […]

Hotels Near Hanyang

Kaylin If you are like some of my friends that are here for 1+ years or who have parents who like to travel than it might be useful to know about some hotels around Hanyang where those who have come to visit you can stay! You can use Hotels.com to book your room. This is […]

Applications I would like to recommend to foreign students

Alice Hong (Gayoung)           Foreign students might have experiences of difficulty living in Korea because of language problems. Nowadays, since most of the people have smart phones, I would like to recommend six smart phone applications that would help your Korean life. ‘배달의 민족’ ; An easy way to get delivery food ^ Screenshot of […]

A Visit to Poet’s Hill

Park, Jeonghun There are many places where you can enjoy Seoul’s skyline. Most notably, the N Seoul Tower is famous among tourists in spite of the expensive admission to enter the tower. But there is a place where foreigners and even Koreans do not know very well; which is the Poet Yun’s Hill(윤동주 시인의 언덕). […]

What to bring and what to leave behind: A packing list for Korea

by Kaylin When studying abroad anywhere it is hard to determine what to bring and what to leave behind, so for this article I thought I would make a list of the things that I think are wise to bring and what you should just leave at home to save space and hassle. Bring: Clothes […]

Must-do this April

By Fanny Coming up: a list of amazing and awesome events right here in Seoul! As students settle back into their school routines, weekends are the time to go out on adventures. As an exchange student myself, I want to explore and discover Seoul while I am here. So here are a few activities completely […]

Pyeongchang 2018 Volunteer

Alice Hong Last February, on the 25th Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics came to an end. This Olympic was Korea’s second Olympic, followed by 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics. Many press from other countries praised this international event. Pyeongchang recruited volunteers on summer of 2016 and the ones who were selected had to get trained for a […]