“What is a high-rated movie these days?” When you go out to watch a movie, this may be the first word with your friend. Nowadays, the rating of something has emerged as a significant standard forcomparing. Many people think it is a specific and numeral degree to tell which one is better. With the active respond of public, the range of grading something has broadened out to include movies, music, book as well as pieces of art. It is not too much to say that people could not choose something without well organized ranking table. Do you think it is okay to grade something? Furthermore, have you been always satisfied with your choices based on the rating system? Let’s think about these ‘clever’ or ‘impudent’ sequences of numbers.
When you first enter the university, you might see hundreds of advertisements looking for a person. The person should be active, passionate, but the most important thing is whether she is creative or not. Why are these flying here and there? Most of you think these companies, the owners of the advertisements, are operated with innovative and superb technology, but that's not enough. What they really want to get is brilliant and sparkling ideas. They spare no effort to discover new ideas. In Korea, these concerns of companies also belongs to those who consider getting a position in the companies as their last goal, university students. The entire country has been shook by creativity, but it seems the number of real creators has not increased. Why has this contradictory phenomenon happened?
Im Mi-na, CEO of I-Ro Style, achieved sustainable growth in her career. At first, she started her business with just one hundred thousand won, but now, she is CEO of an Internet shopping mall which earns more than 400 million per year. She says the secret of her success is in her different idea from others. During the interview, she consistently put importance on thinking and acting differently. Her idea is reflected in the name of her business, which means different path (I (異) in Chinese characters means “different,” and RO (路) means “path.”)
When you first enter university, you might see hundreds of advertisements looking for a person. The person should be active, passionate, but the most important thing is whether he is creative or not. Why these are flying here and there? Most of you think these companies, who the real owner of the advertisements, are operated with innovative and superb technology, but that’s not enough. What they really want to get is brilliant and sparkling idea. They spend no effort to discover new idea. In Korea, these concerns of companies do not end for just their own problem, it belong to who consider getting a position in the companies as their last goal, university student. However, what makes fun is that, the entire country has been shook by creativity, but it seems not the number of real creator increase. Why this contradictory phenomenon happened?
Where does the name Daldongnae (Moon town in Korean) come from? The name Daldongnae is for a town where poor people gather, live together and it is located at high areas like mountain slopes or ridges. Some people call Daldongnae as a shantytown. The name Daldongnae became popular after the same name of a TV drama aired in 1980.This drama was popular at that time for lively portraying residents of Daldongnae who cared and embraced each other in hard circumstances.
When we were young we expected for what will be appear before sleeping. However, these days, nost children just repeat a routine that is densely structured without enough sleep. They don't have enough time to look back on their day, and they can't wonder wat to do with friends at school because they have to do their daily duties like going to academies, and playing a computer game. There are schoolchildren, middle school students who are preparing to enter high school, high school students who are struggling at scholastic ability tests, ad university students whio have to do assignments and build their own careers. Besides, most of the adults and office workers by night, and they are sleep-deprived. When can we be free from overworked-eyes? When can we fall asleep expecting what we will dream about?
You must attend MT (Membership Training), buy your household items at a one thousand won market, and be a friend of canned food. Can you guess what these advices are for? These are from “10 commandments for students who live alone,” which is popular on the Internet these days. Many university students express sympathy and laugh about it. Also, Ja Dal, which is an abbreviation of Korean (Jachwiui Dalin) means “expert of living alone,” has become a trend among university students. However, at the same time, we can read of student’s hardships.
The Cause of Climate ChangeThe number of human activities contributes to global warming by adding excessive amounts of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. Greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide accum
Many Sookmyungians are doing volunteer work at least 10 hours a semester. There are various unions of collegestudent volunteer work clubs and many volunteer clubs in every university colleges. Recentl...