On a beautiful day in fall, four Yonsei Global club members and three exchange students from Sweden and Germany went to Seoul Forest which is a large park famous for its scenery. The whole program took about 4-5 hours, including the time we spent on the metro headed to Seoul Forest. Seoul Forest definitely has a different vibe from the other famous attractions of Seoul, and there are many popular ...
On November 4th, when winter is coming, 4 YG members and 4 exchange students gathered to play VR games. We met at 5 p.m. at a game room called Sinchon VRIGHT near the campus, and played until 6:30 p.m.
Because of the pandemic, we responded to questionnaires, and wore masks. As it is a VR game, the devices including glasses touched the faces, so we also wore cute masks around the eyes.
Also, the number of games available has decreased compared to before due to the corona, but there were still various games available to suit our tastes. The game of shooting monsters and rescuing people was the most popular. For those who didn’t participate in the game, it seemed like the players were shooting in the air, but after wearing the device, we could feel like we’re in a world that’s completely out of touch.
There were games where we could feel like we were riding a roller coaster while sitting in a chair, and there were rhythm games where we could swing remote controls to the music. In addition, we could experience racing cars, and watch and fly around the future world.
After the activity, we went to eat jjimdak(찜닭) because we were hungry and it was almost time for dinner. Friends who like spicy food ate spicy jjimdak, and the others who can’t eat spicy food ate jjimdak in soy sauce. Jjimdak had various ingredients including rice cake, glass noodles, cheese, French fries, and dumplings, so everyone liked it and enjoyed the meal.