However, the Club Association and the student presidents of eight departments were displeased with the SGA's method of leading the negotiation. The president of the Club Association said, "We requested that the SGA extend the term of the negotiations and insisted on a tuition freeze. Yet, the SGA said this was unrealistic and rejected our opinion. Thus, we failed to reach a point where it is more feasible."
On the other hand, the school administration was positive about the SGA's approach in the negotiations. Kim Young-shim of the Office of Student Affairs said, "The SGA seemed to have reflected the students actual needs in school life. I believe there will be a fruitful outcome to the SGA's efforts."