From September 10th to 14th, student unions hold a Sookmyung second-hand bookstore. This bookstore, where sellers and buyers are both SMU students, was opened every year in each semester. Students wanting to sell books just had to register at student unions room and students visited the room to buy them. All the earnings went back to the prior book owners, therefore there were no profit for the student unions. The vice-president of the student union said, “Many students buy second-hand books from Chungpa Market on the SM community site. There were many problems to this trade because students faced problems such as not getting the right price for their book or paying too much for a book. Therefore, we planned this bookstore for Sookmyungians’ convenience.” However, there were complaints too. Son Hosun, Division of Business Administration ’12 said, “Books were scarce in variety and number, and because the market was opened in a small student unions room, the environment of the store was bad.” Yet, by the bookstore, students were able to buy books at a reasonable price and checking the quality before purchasing.
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