Members of Vege Bear stand in front of their store. Photo provided by Vege Bear.
Fine dust masks are now daily wearables for most university students. Photo by Park Jae-won.
A safety booth is located on the main street of Daechi, being 30 minutes away from Daechi Patrol Division. Photo provided by Shim Ha-eun.
People gathered in front of the now-closed Burning Sun nightclub to fight for women’s rights in light of the ongoing scandal at the club. The police launched an investigation into the case.Photo by Kim So-jung.
Employment of math and science majors limited.
Youth Atelier came up with "Banal Town," to raise awareness of the value of a good meal. Photo by Jung Yu-kyung.
Self-service coffee shop Touch Café near Ewha Womans University. Photo by Ahn Chee-young.
Photo provided by Animal Liberation Wave
At the Animal Rights March, activists shout slogans including “Stop speciesism” and “We are all animals." Photo provided by Animal Liberation Wave
Students of Dongduk Women’s University demand the school ensure campus safety with candlelight rallies and marches. Photo provided by Dongduk Press
Ewha Gyoji publishes an edition every semester. The 97th edition “Pyobaek-ju-ui” is displayed in their office. Photo by Shim Ha-eun.
Pyeonghwa Nabi, a network of university student clubs working towards solutions for “comfort women” issues, are still facing trouble getting their branches to become official clubs. Photo provided by Chung-Ang Nabi.