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Listen to No-chun TheaterWhat is the reward you hope to give to yourself after a long day of school?
Lee Dong-jin  |  hyss14@hanyang.ac.kr
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Park Cho-hee 
Department of English Language and Literature 16

There are a lot of things that I want to give to myself. However, most importantly I just want to give myself time to sleep. I am too busy these days to find time to sleep because I have to attend a workshop every day for my double major in Drama Production. I am also an ambassador of Hanyang University (HYU). Since I have to juggle my time between my double major, my class assignments, and my work as an ambassador, I rarely have time to just lie down and sleep.

Sin Sang-won
Depatment of Education 14

I will reward myself with a nice dinner after finishing my club activities. Having been recently discharged from the military, I believe I am living ‘the life’ by meeting up with my friends and investing all the time I have left in my club activities. I would love to talk with my friends over some delicious pork and my favorite cocktail called ‘Faust.’ But before I do that, I need to go to the school yard to teach my club members ‘Muyedo-botongji’, which is the basic style of Chosun martial arts, since I am a teacher of Traditional Martial Arts Club ‘Galmuri’ in HYU. 

Ham Seong-rak
Department of Electronic Enginnering 14
For me, I just want to reward myself by taking a shower and lying in bed, while watching a baseball game between the Lotte Giants and KT Wiz. Although it has been two years since I transferred to HYU, I sometimes find it quite difficult to find time to sleep while keeping up with all the class schedules and finishing assignments. Watching a baseball game is my way of rewarding myself after a long day of studying. Since I was born in Busan, I’m a big fan of the Lotte Giants. I would love to have chicken and beer as I watch a baseball game, but I should not because I’m trying to lose weight. 

Baek Song-yi & Gang Min-gyu 
Division of Interdisciplinary Industrial Studies 17

We want to reward ourselves by drinking soju with our colleagues at the Wangsimni Bar ‘Gang-sang’! Since a lot of students who major in the Division of Interdisciplinary Industrial Studies work as well as partake in university life, classes usually begin at 7 p.m. and end around 10 p.m. The life we are able to enjoy with our colleagues makes us happy despite our hectic schedules. Those small moments after class where we get together with our colleagues are the biggest reward we could give to ourselves. Because most of us are employed, we get along well with each other by sharing our work experiences. 

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