366. No Stress? Know Stress!
The most frequently used exotic word among Koreans is‘Stress’. Even a newly coined word, ‘sibal expense’, means money that peoplewould not have wasted, if they were not stressed. As we can see, stress is abig problem among Koreans. We’ve all experienced stress, but what is it? Toanswer this question, we will see what stres… [2017-05-11 23:35:00]
365. The Tilted Scale : Korean Women's Rights
Discrimination against women has existed continuously since ancient society. Aristotle said that women lack the ability to think rationally compared to men and even Schopenhauer said that women exist only for breeding. Women’s rights movement began in the late 19th century, and are discussed in the movie “Suffragette (2015)”. In Kore… [2017-03-03 20:56:47]
364. Nowhere? Now Here!
Pokémon Go hasbeen riding a big wave since its release on July 6th, 2016. It became the mostgrossing application on the day it launched, and the influence was undeniableeven to non-gamers. Pokémon Go is based on an Augmented Reality (AR) technologywhich combines the real and the virtual world. The contents developed usin… [2016-11-07 16:37:29]
363. Brexit: Change of the Europe and the World
On June 23, 2016, 52% of the citizens of the United Kingdom voted in a referendum to leave the European Union (EU), after being an EU member for 43 years. This was called the Brexit referendum, and it would result in political, economic and cultural changes. This incident will not only affect the UK and Euro… [2016-11-07 12:25:02]
362. Breaking the Walls between Disciplines
It is no exaggeration tosay that the 21st century can be referred to as the era of fusion andconvergence. When Steve Jobs introduced the iPad in 2010, he said, “The reasonthat Apple is able to create products like the iPad is because we always try tobe at the intersection of technology and Liberal Arts, to be able to get thebest of both.”… [2016-06-18 17:00:19]
361. Hatred Breeds Hatred
It seems like Internet websites are filled with hatred against numerous groups. Among them, misogyny, which means the hatred of women, has been a dominant force to be reckoned with as many misogynous words can be found. Negative images of women given by misogynists on the Internet have been reproduced in Korean society u… [2016-03-02 00:00:00]
360. For Whom is This Choice: Labor Reform
In 2014, the employment rate inKorea exceeded 65% for the first time according to Statistics Korea, yet thereare lots of problems to solve in the labor market. The wage gap between majorcompanies and small businesses, regular employees and non-regular employees, isnot reducing, and irrationa… [2015-11-24 20:47:28]
359. Korea-Japan, Unresolved History Issues
It has been almost 50 years since the South Korean government established diplomatic relations with Japan, on June 22rd, 1966. Although it has been a long time, many people would not agree that they have accomplished a perfect partnership. There are many reasons and obstacles that preven… [2015-08-25 15:05:48]
352. How are you? Fine, Thank You
How are you?Fine, Thank You– What We Really Want to Answer -By Lee, Young-sun, Reporter, Shin, Min-gyeong, Cub Reportersunny20@knu.ac.kr, mk920629@knu.ac.krNow that the new semester has started, the campus is full of energy. Freshmen are getting to know each other, while exchanging greetings with senior students –‘Annyeonghas… [2014-03-31 15:23:55]
351. Good Bye 2013
Good Bye 2013-Reminder Time of KNU Campus LifeBy Kim, Su-yeon, Park, Hyo-eun, Reporterkim_sy@knu.ac.kr, clsrn1502@knu.ac.krIt’s hard to believe that the end of 2013 is so close! Even if it seems like time flies like an arrow, I’m amazed at how this time of the year brings back the memory of college life. University life is the moment that a flower of life gives… [2013-11-01 10:48:12]