On June 6th, we gathered at the front gate of Yonsei University for the LS program. Today’s activity was rock climbing. A total of 7 students joined today, and we were divided into two groups. Our group headed to Summit Sports Climbing Center, located near Sinchon station. The place was well equipped and clean. Since Yonsei Global team has visited this place a few times in the past, the staff w...
On May 17th, on a rainy day, we met in front of Yonsei University’s entrance at 1:30 pm. We had four YG members and two exchange students, so we split ourselves into two teams while taking a look around Gyeoungbokgung, National Museum of Contemporary History, and also while having dinner. After a brief self-introduction on campus, we took a bus to Gyeongbokgung palace, and it just took about 30 minutes.
We were originally supposed to go to a Hanbok rental shop to try on Hanbok, Korean traditional costumes, before going on a tour. However, because of the weather, we just had to go on a palace tour without Hanbok on. We took a short tour around Gyeongbokgung palace, and the scenery looked so beautiful and mysterious at the same time because of the foggy weather.
After taking a short tour there, we went to the National Museum of Contemporary History instead of spending a lot of time at Gyeongbokgung palace with Hanbok on. The exhibition featured a panorama of the contemporary history of Korea with various digital materials having a lot of interesting documents, photographs, digital audio, and oral image recordings. After the museum tour, we headed to Gwanghwamun D Tower to have dinner and had a great time there.