As many of you may know by now, festivals are a major part of Korean culture and are a way to celebrate anything from religious events, to traditional foods, to the blossom of new nature as well as the various arts: dance, martial arts, or sculpting - to name a few. To join in on … Continue reading 2017 Guide to LUCAUS
Hey you! Yes you! Are you ballin' on a budget? Looking for something cheap yet satisfying to eat? Maybe somewhere near campus, ooooh better yet on campus? Well my friend, I’ve got the solution for you. CAU cafeteria! Located inside the dormitory (building 308) across the W Cafe is the holy mother land of all … Continue reading Ballin’ on a Budget?
Just like every other country in the world, Korea has many different people with many different backgrounds and cultures. This article is not to take away from those differences nor is it to paint with a broad stroke. Going to a new country can be intimidating, especially when you consider how many cultural differences there … Continue reading 4 Interesting Korean Cultural Differences
Did you know that being apart of the exchange program, you are given the opportunity to receive some pretty cool benefits? Events that help you get out and explore some cultural fun in Korea that you might haven’t done yet. Did I mention that these events are FREE of charge?????? YASSSS and who doesn’t love free … Continue reading CKEP
Already done exploring Seoul? Or just want to get away from the city life? With trains and express buses, you can! South Korea has some of the most affordable and efficient transportation in the world. You can easily travel across the country in a measly three hours! Korail One of the most convenient way to travel … Continue reading Transportation Outside of Seoul
It’s exciting and also overwhelming to be in a whole new country that’s so different from what you’re used to. When I came to South Korea, I had all sorts of expectations of things I would do and was very aware that Seoul is a restless city and there are numerous things to do under … Continue reading Top Tourist Spots in Seoul
By Antonio Santiago If you’re like me and staying at Chung-Ang University for two semesters, you may not know exactly what to do. After all, the winter break is an entire 3 month period between the end of December all the way through March. Thankfully, CAU and the Republic of Korea have got you covered … Continue reading Winter 2016 Survival Guide