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Bitter Cancellation of the ‘HYU-SNU Sudo Match’
Park Su-hyun  |  suhyunp@hanyang.ac.kr
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[343호] 승인 2019.09.02  
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The ‘Sudo match’ of Hanyang University (HYU) and Seoul National University (SNU) came to an abrupt end only a year after its optimistic start. On June 10, the student union of Seoul National University announced on its Facebook Page that “The Sudo match that was co-hosted by SNU and HYU in 2018 will officially not be held in 2019.” It cited severed channel of contact with HYU and the absence of the director position for planning the match within SNU as reasons for cancelling the event. Last October, the two universities held No. 1 ‘Sudo (capital) match’ - a name originated from the fact that Hanyang is the past capital of Korea, and Seoul the current one – in which soccer, basketball, debate competition, and e-sports were cooperatively played. Ho Jung-kang, the Chairman of the Executive Committee for General Student Council of HYU, explained that miscommunication between planning committees of the two universities and uncertainties around the utilization of expense arose as obstacles during the first Sudo match. Additionally, Kang states that due to the weak publicity and promotion, the event was stalled from drawing the amount of attention that spring and fall festivals easily attract. “Because the Sudo match was held at the campus of HYU, most attendants were HYU students. The lack of participation among the student body left much to be desired,” Kang mentioned. He emphasized that the members of the committees clearly lacked will to open the contact channel and actively move forward with the second Sudo Match, the most candid reason behind the match’s suspension. 

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