In Korea, most university dormitories have curfew hours to protect students’ safety. While some students agree with this system, others don't.ProMost university dormitories in Korea have curfew hours. Students are expected to be in their rooms for a curfew check-in. Currently, the checking time at Keimyung University Myunggyo Dormitory is 11:00 P.M. You are allowed to come back to the dormitory between 11:00 P.M. and 11:40 P.M. three times, but when the number exceeds three times, you get one penalty point. If you come back after 11:40 P.M., you get two penalty points. Those who have too many…
The United States and South Korea started official discussions about deploying Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) on February 2 because of missile tests in North Korea on the same day.ProThere has been increasing concern in the international community about North Korea’s nuclear tests and long range missile launch. Adding a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system to its missile defenses would provide a greater ability to defend South Korea against a North Korea nuclear missile attack. We must demonstrate to North Korea that its reckless actions will have serious consequence
On April 13, the general election for the National Assembly will be held in Korea. On this day, 300 lawmakers will be elected to the National Assembly. The general election is soimportant that it is an official holiday in Korea.Recently, the younger generation of voters has had an effect on election campaigns.Many candidates are trying to change their images from inaccessible to familiar. When a unique campaign starts spreading across the internet, it draws a lot of interest from voters. For example, a candidate bowed in front of office workers traveling to work. Other candidates danced or san
Korea University will abolish scholarships for honor students in 2016. However, there are some differing views about the abolition of the scholarships.Pro In Korea University, scholarships for honor students will disappear from 2016. Kora University President Yum Jae-ho said he will remove scholarships for honor students and extend scholarships for low-income students. I support Korea University's decision. First, scholarships for honor students can reduce equal opportunities in education. According to the Higher Education in Korea Website, in the Seoul area, the average school fee is about 6.
South Korea's Ministry of Education has announced that history textbooks in schools will be published by the government and all schools will have to use them. The current textbooks are published by the private sector. The Korean history textbook controversy is a very important topic.The main point is a political argument. The Park Geun-hye government says Korean history textbooks are left wing. Therefore, the government argues they need to create balanced history textbooks. In the past, the national history textbooks idealized the dictatorships of Park Chung-hee, Chun Doo-hwan, and Roh Tae-woo
The Gori Nuclear Power Plant is located in Gori, a suburban village in Busan. It is an oldest nuclear power plant and expected to permanently shut down in June 2017. However There are still different views about Gori power plant.ProThe National Energy Commission, which determines major energy policies, held a meeting on June 13. It was held to decide whether to close the Gori No. 1 nuclear power plant or not. They decided to close the Gori plant in Busan in June 2017. However, the opposition to the closure of Gori power plant insists that the Gori plant is safe. Nonetheless, Gori nuclear power
Nowadays, the number of no-kids zone restaurants and cafes has been increasing to prevent problems that children may cause. However, there are differing views about no-kids zones.ProThese days, the number of restaurants and cafes which are adopting no kids zones is increasing. The meaning of no kids zones is stopping families with kids from entering. Now, many people are debating no kids zones. I agree with adopting no kids zones at restaurants and cafes.First, kids can make customers uncomfortable. For example, if babies cry loudly, it can disturb people who want to eat quietly and make custo
On July 1, 2015, Greece stood on the brink of bankruptcy. Greece’s debt to the EU, the ECB (European Central Bank), and the IMF was ?323 billion. Now, Greece’s economic situation is serious and the whole world is paying attention to Greece. The Gazette will introduce the causes of its economic situation and the magnitude of the problem.First, the government’s operation was wrong. The government’s welfare policies were beyond Greece’s means. For example, the government granted a pension to Greek people before they were 45 years old. Therefore, the government needed to give them a lot of money.…