In South Korea, there is currently a campaign involving the making of knots with yellow ribbons. This was first done as a sign of the wish that the people fighting in a war would return home safe and sound. Now, this yellow-ribbon campaign signifies "the hope that a miracle will happen" and the wish that the poeple aboard the Sewol ferry who are still unaccounted for about a month after the fer
One student from Korea University put up a handwritten poster at his school, asking, “Hello, are you okay?” This was to ask the others if they were okay amidst all the things happening in the society. Many SSU students replied to the written inquiry put up on the walls of Cho Man-sik Memorial Hall. To this day, we have been practically brought up by our society to not let our own voic
The university students of the Seoul Metropolitan Area held a candlelight rally last June 21 in front of the Finance Building at Gwanghwamun, Seoul. Following the initiative of Seoul National University and Ewha Women’s University, 20 universities in the capital region had been participating in the declaration of the current situation, which includes a quick and thorough investigation of the inter
The cold weather has eased up and the warm sunshine seems to be telling us, "Here I am and show your beauty which had been hidden during winter season." Like rewarding for warmth, some Soongsilians arrayed themselves in gorgeous and dainty dresses. ST captured the Soongsilians' unique fashion and they were sight for wore eyes.