Photo provided by the Dept. of Korean Studies As a part of the course, professors and students of the Dept. of Korean Studies regularly go on field trips to historical sites that are of cultural value.
Photo by Park Yoo-mi The new National Museum of Korea opened on Oct. 28 in Seoul? Yongsan district. The museum is expected to become an important building in symbolizing the new image of Seoul.
Both photo by Lim Rhie-young Before holding the sports carnival, student volunteer workers from Korea talk to elementary school students about Korean culture in Cambodia. (Left) An Asia Foundation representative talks about opportunities for community service abroad.(Right)
Photos by Park Yoo-mi Dongdaemun is where both contemporary culture and anctient culture coexistst for both Koreans and foreigners to experience the differences.
Photo by Park Yoo-mi Sweet and greasy aromas of the food stands in Dongdaemun make people salivate, and a bite on a snack brings back people's? appetites in no time.
Photo by Kim Ji-sun Bright spotlights and the loud music of the outdoor stage catch the attention of the passersby.
Photo by Kim Ji-sun In "Understanding and Practicing Self-defense" class, students practice not only how to protect themselves but also how learn to conquer their unconscious fears.
Three clubs at/within Ewha, EDiS (left), ESAOS (center), and Civitan (right) have a busy schedule for this winter vacation. EDiS is heading to Dublin, Ireland, for debating championships, ESAOS will be practicing for its March 2006 performance, and Civitan will volunteer at a rehabilitation center.
Photo by Kim Ji-sun The street during (left) and after (right) the construction marks change.
Photo by Kim Ji-sun A foreign contestant of Mr. Ewha is introducing himself in Korean.
Photo by Park Yoo-mi President-elect (front second from the left) and vice president-elect (front center) pose for the Ewha Voice with their campaign supporters.