Samsung d’light–Experience Samsung

What  : samsung d’light Where: Exit 8, Gangnam Station, Subway Line 2, Seoul When : 9 December 2011 Who    : ASEAN + Africa students of DJU, including yours truly Do you know Samsung? Samsung is one of the biggest electronic brand in the world. It is originally come from South Korea. Last week on Friday, … Continue reading

Flags

I had just realized that Daejeon University hangs out 12 obviously-not-Republic of Korea’s national flags when I came back from class yesterday afternoon (after long, tedious final presentation that fortunately went well). Those countries, along with Republic of Korea are members of ASEAN +3. I think those flags has been there from October, since, in … Continue reading

Pink Ribbon for Pink Day

They said yesterday was Pink Day in South Korea, and students in my campus put these ribbons near the Student Building. Because the day before I didn’t have class, I couldn’t see them putting the ribbon. I wonder what is Pink Day though, not yet asking the significance. Nothing in Wikipedia also.

Prelude

My plan is to write about my experience, and tips in joining student exchange abroad. For this time, maybe only this first…