While you laugh at a well-dressed awkward couple on a blind date, sitting in a restaurant not saying a single word, you secretly realize that it could be you in that seat in the future. For all-women’s university students, blind dating is a requirement course for anyone before graduation. Yet it is a natural campus tradition to have these unnaturally random meetings. Could this be a universal tradition? Let us listen to what the exchange students at SMU have to say about the dating cultures of their countries.
Korea is one of the countries with cities that never sleep. It is a rare phenomenon that most shops and services are open around the clock. In Korea, however, 24-hour opening is considered as a natural trend. Whenever you need something, you can get everything regardless of the time of night. Whenever you are hungry, although it is dawn, you can use a 24-hour delivery service of almost every kind of food. Have you ever experienced a delivery service at midnight? Or, have you ever used a café as a place to study all night? If you have, you are one of the people who are enjoying Korea’s ‘never sleep’ culture. In the night, lights are spread out over the city and none of them are going to sleep.
Syria: Syrian Civil WarThe Syrian civil war is an ongoing internal armed political conflict in Syria. The conflict began on March 15, 2011 with public demonstrations as part of the wider Arab Spring a
Currently in Sookmyung Women’s University (SMU), there are various kinds of English classes. It has two objectives, one is to improve English skills of SMU students, and the second one is for foreign students who want to attend classes with SMU students. The Sookmyung Times(SMT) asked opinions to the foreign students about these classes. What are their general opinions about English classes?
Currently in Sookmyung Women’s University (SMU), there are various kinds of English classes. It has two objectives, one is to improve English skills of SMU students, and the second one is for foreign students who want to attend classes with SMU students. The Sookmyung Times (SMT) asked opinions to the foreign students about these classes. What are their general opinions about English classes?
Tears are the creature of our emotion. We shed tears over numerous reasons, such as when we are emotionally sad, happy, mad, painful, touched, etc. We also create tears as a result of physiological phenomenon; for instance, yawning or eating spicy foods. Did you know the fact that emotional tears tastes saltier than physiological tears according to its denser rate of natrium content? Also emotional tears can again be distinguished by the subtle differences of saltiness. Let’s look at several types of tears and then deal with them in detail...
Have you ever experienced that the taste of certain food seems to change based on its temperature? For example, warm ice cream is not that delicious and cool broth is not really as good as its opposit
Most Sookmyungians have experienced that their mood is more dull and gray than upbeat or have caught a cold during the autumn. Is there a special reason these things happen frequently in autumn? The S