The International Children’s Game DAEGU 2023 (ICG DAEGU 2023) held a side event near the dormitory and small playground at Keimyung University from July 5th to 10th, 2023. Various attractions and experience booths such as traditional cultural experiences and music band performances were operated on the campus of Keimyung University.
‘Art Velly Asan First Foreign K-Teuroteu Song Contest’ is hosted by Asan, South Chungcheong Province. The purpose of this event is to advertise Asan, the city of culture, and to make people from various countries understand Korean culture by teuroteu contest. All the international students in Keimyung University can apply in this contest. Sign-up form and song video file submissions are necessary to participate in this event. The final is held on September 2nd.
On Thursday, July 13th, 2023 Korean Language and Korean Culture Camp was held in Keimyung University’s Hanhak Village. The foreigners who part in the event learned Korean traditional tea manners.
On September 5th and 12th, the Songpa District Office will run Korean Food Cooking Classes for people from other countries living in Korea. The classes will be held from 2:30 to 5:30 pm, and each class will make the Korean dishes dak-bokkeumtang (braised spicy chicken) and pajeon (green onion pancake). The class will be held at Garak Mall Cooking Studio 4F (932 Yangjaedae-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul). Participants can enjoy Korean food and culture for free by making and eating Korean food.
On Monday, April 3rd, 2023, Convergence X-Space opened on the third floor of the Dongsan Library. It is a space where students can freely discuss and carry out projects.
A new project called Breakfast for 1,000 won was created from the donation by faculty and staff of 1% of their salary, and will be operated from May 8th to June 21st to help Keimyung University students improve their eating habits. The breakfast will be provided to 200 people on a first-come, first-served basis from 8:30 am to 11:00 am on weekdays in Bauer Hall basement restaurant.
Keimyung University's Dongsan Library and Seoul National University’s Kyujanggak Institute of Korean Studies have signed a business agreement to strengthen academic exchange activities related to the collection of materials. Through this agreement, both parties promised to discover collective materials, utilize research results, and work to jointly benefit the two institutions.
The Keimyung blood donation event was held from May 9th to May 11th. This is the event organized by Keimyung University and the Korean Red Cross and is a meaningful event that saves lives with the participation of professors, employees, and students at Keimyung University. Students participating in the event not only received four hours of volunteer work but also received blood donation souvenirs.