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[Interview] Nanman Flower
Amongst the lively streets of Hongdae, there is a special vending machine that has caught the attention of many. The vending machine in ques
Chea Sarah   2017-06-05
[Society] The Importance of 'Press Freedom' in Democratic Societies
Reporters without borders’ is an Non-Governmental Organization(NGO) located in Paris, France, that protects the freedom of the press and jou
Lee Seo-kyung   2017-06-05
[Culture] Whom is this Reformation of the Music Chart for?
Streaming, or listening to music online without actually downloading, is becoming the cultural norm. It is much more convenient than downloa
Shin Ha-young   2017-06-05
[Eureka] Bio-similar Drugs to Change the Scope of Healthcare
According to a Markets and Markets report, a new class of drugs—biosimilars—is expected to reach a global market value of $10.90
Yoon Ye-won   2017-06-05
[Review] The Courage to Face Your Authentic Self
Having had its premiere in 2014 and a rerun in 2015, the Korean version of Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride returned to the stage once again.
Kang Na-rim   2017-06-05
[Acropolis] Temporary Holidays Being Treated with Temporary Measures.
‘Do we have class tomorrow?’ The most common question asked by Hanyang University (HYU) students turns out to be a by-product of a major abs
Lee Won-young   2017-06-05
[20'S CHOICE] Hidden Book Stores
VERANDA BOOKS ● Location: 10-1, Gye-dong, Jongno-gu, SeoulThis is a small bookstore located near ‘The Northern Korean Hanok Village’. There
Kim Soh-hyeon   2017-03-06
[Culture] Economic Recession Revives Kidult Culture
Since late 2016, the claw machine game has become popular among South Koreans. Websites have been posting tips about this game due to popula
Kim Eun-ju   2017-03-06
[Eureka] The Era of Self-Driving Cars is on the Horizon
According to recent WHO (World Health Organization) statistics, more than 1 million people in the world die yearly in car accidents. South K
Jeon Yong-shin   2017-03-06
[Interview] I Marymond You
Marymond products are becoming very popular among people in their twenties. In 2015, this company started to gain recognition when Suzy (a f
Kim Soh-hyeon   2017-03-06
[Review] The True Meaning of Lady Justice's Blindfold
In modern society, we often hear news about corrupted public officials and bribery. Among such news stories, corruption involving public fig
Chea Sarah   2017-03-06
[Society] Bursting the Filter Bubble
In the aftermath of the 45th US presidential election, which has shocked numerous people, many of those who supported Hillary Clinton are as
Kang Na-rim   2017-03-06
[Acropolis] HYU Residence Hall Stuck in Conflict
Hanyang University (HYU) completed construction of the 5th Student Residence Hall on January, 2017 and has welcomed a total of 388 freshmen
Kang Na-rim   2017-03-06
[20'S CHOICE] Hip, Chill and Heal for Twenties
Finding new hip places is a great joy for university students. As gentrification gets worse, more and more people are starting to look for r
Choi Mi-rae   2016-12-05
[Culture] Literature As We Know It
The stature of literature and all it has come to stand for started to crumble down on October 13. This was when the Nobel Committee had anno
Jeong Ju-won   2016-12-05
[Society] Does the Kim Young-ran Act Apply to You?
On September 28, South Korean lawmakers approved an anti-corruption law, which is also called “Kim Young-ran Act”. According to this law, pu
Jeon Yong-shin   2016-12-05
[Interview] Help Me! Holding Five
When thinking of serious social problems that occur among young people, bullying is probably the first that comes to mind. A growing number
Chea Sarah   2016-12-05
[Review] Remind Yourself of True Friendship
By the time you realize the fact that you have turned into an adult, you will notice that everything around you has also changed: the enviro
Kang Na-rim   2016-12-05
[Acropolis] Let Us Make Shops Cater to Students
How much money do you spend at school a day? Most people think that oncampus stores provide products or food at affordable or cheap prices.
Kim Eun-ju   2016-12-05
[Dual Vision] Work Hard, Play Hard
In South Korea, it has become a trend to celebrate Halloween. In the past, Halloween was just another foreign holiday for Koreans. Nowadays,
Hwang Ji-hyeon   2016-12-05
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