On September 16 and 17 at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m, a lecture about sign language entitled 'Visible Conversation, Sign Language' was held at Prime Startup Lounge for an hour. It was hosted by Center For Students With Disabilities, Division of General Education, and Campus Town Enterprise Organization. The purpose of this seminar was to help students to learn one qualification that is needed to be a global leader. The lecturer Park Minyoung, majoring in Division of Law at Sookmyung, was the person who uses sign language because of difficulty in hearing. The lecture was started by an opening video with her self-introduction. After the video clip, she began the speech regarding a sign language. First, she explained the definition of a sign language and deaf-muteness so that students can properly understand deaf people and their language. The important history of sign language that this language was legally acknowledged as an official language of Korea was mentioned in the lecture. She also taught how to behave when people encounter deaf-person in daily lives. In succession, they had time to learn sign language. She taught easy expressions such as greetings and Korean letters to express their names. Students participated actively. After all these procedures, she ended the lecture with a short video showing a person singing through a sign language. The lecturer Park said, “I felt that many students are interested in a sign language than I have expected. I am really thankful for this.” On the other hand, a participant of this seminar Jeong Bokyung, Department of Social Psychology ’19 said, “I could spend precious time learning sign language, which is one culture and a mean of communication. I realized that this language is meticulous and every movement has a meaning in it. This seminar was very interesting and attracting, and I want to learn more about sign language.” As Jeong said, ‘Visible Conversation, Sign Language’ provided meaningful time for participants to be one step closer to the goal of being a global leader.