A special exhibition is being held from September 19 to December 8 at Keiymung University Hanso Museum. The exhibition theme is 'Congguk-ri culture during the Bronze Age: establishment of a settlement agricultural society and ancestor worship culture'. Songguk-ri culture is found in the Yeongnam region, and is known to have influenced Japan's Yayoi culture. Through a special exhibition titled "Songguk-ri Culture of the Bronze Age," visitors can reflect on the excavation of the Songguk-ri site in Buyeo which shows the shape of the rice farming village and the culture of ancestor worship.
On November 1st, Do Tuan Minh, the president of Hanoi National University of Foreign Studies, Tran Thi Huoung, the director of Korean and Korean Studies at Hanoi National University of Foreign Studies, and Lee Kwan-soo, the head of the Philippines' Sinlim Industrial Company announced economic development plans regarding Vietnam’s relationship with Korea and the Philippines. Their presentation was regarding the historical relationship between Vietnam and Korea, and the similarities and differences between the two countries’ cultures as well as with the company The Founding Environment and Entre
On November 9, a music program called ‘The Noon Organ Music Festival’ was held at Adams Chapel. The performer was Anselm Winfried Muller, a professor of philosophy at the University of Chicago in the U.S. He entertained the audience and played ‘Praludium und Fuge uber.’ The performance program for the evening was 19th century romantic German organ music, and the composers were three German composers. The performance brought stability for my mind and allowed me to empty my head for a while. For those that are interested, there is a noon music festival held at Adams Chapel from 12:30 to 12:55 p
The Keimyung University orchestra and choir were on stage for the first time as a non-capital college at the 2016 University of Seoul Arts Festival. The concert of orchestras and choirs at Keimyung University was held on November 8 at 7:30 p.m. at Seoul Arts Center. The "University Opera Festival," which marks the fifth anniversary since its inception in 2013, is the only stage in Korea where you can meet orchestras of major music universities in Korea. The Seoul Arts Center's autumn festival, which followed The Symphony Festival in April, was praised by the audience for the improvements made
A cornerstone dialogue organized by the Foreign Ministry was held on November 12. The topic was: A conversation on peace, friendship and the future. Representatives from the U.S. and Canadian embassies in Korea attended this event along with hundreds of students and professors. The dialogue also held a question and answer session, as well as provided opportunities to communicate views on the nation’s foreign policy and the Korea-U.S. alliance. The event was an important opportunity to learn about the Korea-U.S. relationship and the government’s policies. The Foreign Ministry intends to conduct
The event was hosted by Keimyung University. The Arts and Humanities Research Institute, Academia Koreana, held an academic conference on November 23 under the theme of ‘Formation and Transformation of the Old Town in Yeongnam Region.’ The conference tracked historical changes by the province and attempting to restore the structure. Researchers from the disciplines regarding ancient Goryeo and Joseon Dynasties conducted a discussion based on the period of their interest, limited to the traditional era. It was announced that the participation of a history geography researcher or GIS specialist
The Silk Road Central Asia Cultural Festival’ was held on November 7 with the aim to help students experience the culture of Central Asia. This event was hosted by the Center for Silk Road and Central Asia. It is an event for foreign students from Central Asia and Korean students to interact each other’s culture. Students from various countries such as Uzbekistan, Turkey, Mongolia, Russia, and Kazakhstan personally operated the promotional booths, which provided traditional food, clothing, and music. Above all, many people visited booths to experience various traditional foods. In addition, th
Humanities are in danger. The humanities are studies about original elements of humans and human culture, such as linguistics,literature, philosophy, and history. The humanities make aperson educated, but not necessarily for a specific profession.Most people require a more specific area of study beyond thehumanities. Thus, most Korean companies don’t want to hirehumanities students anymore. It is not only a Korean problembut also the world’s problem. The popularity of studying the humanitieshas been decreasing since the financial crisis of 2007- 08. Many students want practical studies to get
Late in the afternoon on the October 24 , two wild boars were spotted walking around at the Sungseo Campus at Keimyung University in Daegu. One of the wild boars was shot in 30 minutes by a team of officers at the Dalseo-gu Office, while the other has failed to be captured as the officers could not find its tracks. Meanwhile, experts advise that if you encounter a wild boar you should slowly walk away while looking straight in their eyes as wild boars attack them when you run or shout. In addition, you can avoid a crisis if you quickly hide by hiding behind trees and rocks.
The Keimyung Cultureful Festival was held on October 1 and 2 by the 36th Whole Club Union. The 3 events called ‘the Truth, Justice and Love’ were opened in 3 different places, around The Bauer Hall and the Main Stadium, and in front of the Main Gate of KMU. Also, on the Red Block streets in front of the east gate, there were concerts. Many students enjoyed the festival by participating in the events and eating snacks from the food trucks and booths.
The 6th Hyundai Motor Group Drama & Music Festival for Universities, which is Korea’s largest scale fesitval, was held on September 2. 23,000 students and 75 teams from 65 universities participated in this festival. Urine Town’s musical which is a team from the Stage Play and Musical Department at Keimyung University won the grand prize for the best individual director prize, and the bronze trophy for group performance at this year’s University Musical Festival which was the biggest ever. Also, these awards are more meaningful because all of the professors from the Stage Play and Musical D
On September 20, 2018 a University Recruit Tour was held at Keimyung University. This event was hosted by Daegu Metropolitan City and conducted by Daegu Chamber of Commerce and Keimyung University. There was a total of 34 participants including Daegu Bank who set up booths to offer on-site job interviews and recruitment consulting. Also at the fair, Keimyung alumni that had already entered firms gave special lectures about blind recruitment processes and hosted mini talks to solve students’ curiosity. 12 institutions, including public institutions, that had proactively relocated to innovative