Korean Institute of Minhwa Research Seminar in the Hangseo Museum The booklet for the Korean Minhwa Seminar People participating in the Korean Minhwa Seminar
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Celebrating recipients Student receiving a certificate of scholarship 2015 College of Social Sciences Scholarship Recipients
It’s unnecessary to accept refugees into our country. I’m not being too serious about this problem because my basic point is that it’s perfectly fine if they get Korean citizenship. They get to be normal citizens by completing the citizen requirements and then they get to exercise their rights. A controversial problem in accepting refugees is if it’s possible to accept the cultural differences or not. In fact, they make a lot of trouble through cultural conflicts. So far, people are reluctant to accept them and have no emotional room for them. Most importantly, volunteering to accept refugees…
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Nowadays, more university students are traveling overseas. Therefore, The Keimyung Gazette carried out a survey about traveling abroad.1) Have you traveled abroad after becoming a university student?1. Yes (55%)2. No (45%)2) If you said yes, where have you been?1. Asia (31%) 2. Europe (29%)3. North America (21%)4. Oceania (11%)5. South America (8%)3) Who did you travel with?1. Family (38%)2. Friends (29%)3. With a group (18%)4. Alone (10%)5. Other (5%)4) What type of places have you visited?1. National Parks and Resources (38%)2. Tourist Attractions (25%)3. Shopping districts (14%)4. Places th
● Leisan Mukhametshina from RussiaI interviewed Leisan Mukhametshina. She is from Russia and lives in Keimyung KELI House. She is an exchange student at Keimyung University in the International Student Exchange Program. She will go back to Russia at the end of December.1. Please introduce yourselfHello! My name is Leisan Mukhametshina, and I come from Russia. I’m 19 years old, and I’m studying in Udmurt State University in Izhevsk, Russia. I’m a third grade student, majoring in economics.2. Please introduce your countryRussia is the biggest country in the world, so even I don’t know the length
I interviewed Natalia Piesik. She is from Poland and has lived in Korea for almost 6 months. She is a Korean Government Scholarship Program (KGSP) student and good at Korean. This interview focused on her country’s culture.1. Please introduce yourselfI’m Natalia from Poland, and my major is history and culture. I like reading, and now I’m learning Korean. When I was a high school student, my friend recommended Japanese dramas, and by mistake I watched a Korean drama. Over time, I was more interested in Korea, like Korean dramas and music. Furthermore, Korean history is really similar to Poland