Alban Caron's mom becomes a Korean at GyeungBok Palace by wearing hanbok
Korean Week was celebrated by Koreans and Korean adoptees in October.
Kim Hyo-jin (left) poses with her German friend at Kawartha Lakes, the park where she went camping.
Many foreign exchange students at Ewha think that Hangeul Day should be celebrated as a reminder of the dynamism of the Korean language and its resilience
As her birthday is coming up, Yoo Mi-jung(second from the right in the first row) remembers celebrating her birthday last year at Oklaoma with almost 50 people.
Yoo So-young (third from the left) poses with friends she met at UC Berkeley. This photo was taken after crossing the Golden Gate Bridge by bicycle.
Xiang Bai Chen praises the respectful attitude of the Ewha students, Patty Wouters proudly displays her work on student name cards, Vladmir Hlasny is like a student with his young look and fresh spirit.
Koreans are the majority of the international students studying at Peking University. Left is the gate to Peking University and the right is Sorihana, a music club that many Korean students participate in, singing at a festival.
Koreans are the majority of the international students studying at Peking University. Left is the gate to Pecking University and the right is Sorihana, a music club that many Korean students participate in, singing at a festival.
A cosier atmosphere at Yonsei University’s student cafeteria
Jeon Na-yon (International Studies, 4) went to University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, for a semester in 2006 as an exchange student