The first western-style weddings were held in the early 1890s in Korea amid a social atmosphere of astonishment and curiosity. As one of the earliest Christian schools for women, Ewha Hakdang, the ori
Korea opened a new chapter of reform and democratization half a century ago, on April 19, 1960. In the midst of reckless gunfire and gushing tear gas, university students bravely stood in the forefron
Dozens of Chinese tourists gaze awestruck around the Ewha Campus Complex (ECC). Non-stop photo flashes light up every corner of the building. The sight of Chinese tourists leisurely strolling around E
On a sunny Saturday in Seoul, there is a group of people from diverse background walking around Bukchon Maul, a place near Insadong where many traditional Korean houses can still be observed. Overseas
On January 14, the government requested that the Korean Foundation for International Healthcare (K-FIH, President: Kwang Su-han) send medical help to the quake-struck nation, Haiti. Lim Hee-jin (&rsqu
Professor Heather A. Willoughby (Graduate School of International Studies) constantly relives the moment she first encountered pansori (a genre of Korean traditional music) at a pre-rally concert in 1
World stage pianist Suh Hai-kyung and Philharmonia Corea will commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Korea Foundation for Women (KFW) at Kim Young-ui Hall in the Music Building on Dec. 9 at 6:30 p.m.
The National Museum of Korea is celebrating its hundredth anniversary. King Sunjong, the last king of the Joseon dynasty, built the first national museum in Korea in the early 20th century. At the tim