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HYU-SNU Sudo Match, Battle of the Capitals
Choi Ji-su  |  jisuchoi1020@hanyang.ac.kr
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Hanyang University (HYU) and Seoul National University (SNU) co-hosted the project, 'HYU-SNU Sudo match’. The name ‘HYU-SNU Sudo match’ came from the fact that each university’s name was originated from the current and previous capital of the Korea. Both schools were colored blue which was symbol of each school, and the students of both schools enjoyed the event by harmonizing with each other.

The event was held between SNU and HYU from Tuesday to Saturday, starting with a men's and women's soccer match, SNU and HYU played sports, performances, academic lectures and e-Sports matches.

October 11th was the day when a main stage was held at the HYU Nochon theater. On the main stage, a group of 300 students from both schools evaluated the stage. Each school gained points as much as the students, watching the stage, pressed the button on the remote control.

After the last battle, the final result of the Sudo match came out. It was SNU's 8-5 victory. Based on the audience evaluation, SNU scored four points while HYU scored two points. Regardless of winning and losing, everyone enjoyed the celebrities’ celebration performance that followed by hip-hop singer Woo Won-jae and Simon Dominic who performed beautifully. Moreover, an After Party was held at the club Octagon.

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