Congratulations!Park So-hyeon (Freshman, dept. of Nursing)Ha Sang-hee (Freshman, dept. of Traditional Architecture )Jang Hye-jin (Freshman, dept. of Library and Information science)
Across1.1.to succeed in dealing with or controlling a problem that has been preventing you from achieving something.2.to have or use something at the same time as somebody else.3.a series of images, events and feelings that happen in your mind while you are asleep4.shyness, bashfulness.5.a mental condition caused by severe shock.Down1.an animal, a toy, etc. that represents an organization. 2.all the plants, animals and things that exist in the universe that are not made by people.3.lasting for a long time.4.a written of spoken piece of information, etc. that you send to somebody.5.a person tha
Congratulations!Bok So-hee (Freshman, Dept. of Nursing)Jang Hye-jin (FreshMan, Dept. of Library and Information Science)Kim Ji-soo (2nd grade, Wonhwa Middle School)
Congratulations!Lee Jeong-hyeon (Senior, Dept. of Computer Engineering)Choi Kyung-yeon (Freshman, Dept. of Law)Moon Joon-hwan (1st grade, Dong-ah Meister High School)
Across1. someone’s female child2. to remain in a place 3. lasting a long time4. the color of blood5. not choosing a side in an argument or disagreement6. not real, but produced from pictures in one’s mind Down1. a show of paintings, photographs or other objects2. someone who is quiet and shy3. someone who is guilty of a serious crime4. a vertical framing piece that separates the panels of a door5. the edges of a roof that stick out beyond the walls6. existing or occurring at or near the surfaceIf you complete the puzzle, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your personal information and…
Congratulations! Jung Eun-bee(Senior, Dept. of Japanese Studies)Choi Mi-ran (Sophomore, Dept. of American Studies)Jung Jin-uk (Freshman, Inje University)
Across 1. in addition2. relating to all the people of a country3. strange or bizarre4. having great value5. opposite of amateur6. a piece of music often with words Down 1. at a short distance from something; close2. so many as to be impossible to count3. a Korean dish of white rice topped with vegetables, beef, a whole egg, and hot pepper paste4. opposite of rich5. extremely great in size 6. the main church of a particular area under the control of a bishop If you complete the puzzle, please e-mail us at email@example.com with your personal information and cell phone number for a small gift.
Congratulations!You Won-hee (Hanyang University) Kim Hyun-ji (Junior, Dept. of English Lang & Lit.) Yoon Gyu-hye (Junior, Dept. of English Lang & Lit.)