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366. Have Tireless Enthusiasm for Your Dream!
The word‘universe’ means everything. As a ‘university’ student, do you think you aredoing your best to learn everything? Before answering that question, think seriouslyabout what studying means… - 2017-05-10
366. Is Together Better than Alone?
Enjoyingbeing alone has become one of the new trends among university students inKorea. This implies that it is natural to grab a bite, take a course, and drinkalcohol by oneself. This solo trend h… - 2017-05-10
365. The Youth Cry for Jobs!
Newly coined wordscan be good mirrors of society. For instance, Spec, which came from job specification, has been on everyone’slips since the mid-2000s. This term includes educational backg… - 2017-03-02
365. Wishing You a very ‘Happy New Year’!
2016 was such a chaotic year for Korea. Many issues on the news wereconstantly in the public eye. They were much more dramatic than any moviescenario, and there were so many of them that I cou… - 2017-03-02
364. You Can See Yourself in Your Writing
We live in an age of self-expression. We can express ourselves and communicate with a variety of people easily through social media, blogs, and instant messaging applications. However, we are n… - 2016-11-07
363. KNU Press, Creating Value through Publication
No matter what your major is, thereare some classes every student in Kyungpook National University (KNU) has totake: Freshman English 1, Freshman English 2, and Korean Writing. All books forthese cla… - 2016-08-29
363. Small Changes Make a Big Difference!
At the startof the year, many people make New Year’s resolutions. These vary from person toperson, but they usually aim to make this year better than last year. Now, ithas been half a year since we mad… - 2016-08-29
362. PPL in Korean TV Dramas, Is It Excessive?
Descendants of the Sun,which is a South Korean military romance drama, ended on April 14th. It has sweptChina and Japan, as well as Korea, but it has become controversial due toexcessive produ… - 2016-06-18
361. The New Era of Hanbok Has Begun
Hanbok is Korean traditional clothing which is commonlyworn for ceremonial occasions or on national holidays such as Seollal[1]and Chuseok[2]. These days, we can see some young Korea… - 2016-03-02
360. Welcome to the World, Hangul!
HangulProclamation Day (Hangul Day) is observed in South Korea every year on October9th. In fact, Korea is the only country with a day that celebrates theinvention and proclamation of its own alphabe… - 2015-11-24
360. Gloomy Outlook Among the Young
Every Generationhas a term that describe their lives and times. These days, young people inSouth Korea are called the 'N-Po Generation'. 'N' represents a number that ismore than three, and 'Po' is s… - 2015-11-24
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