On January 31, a small bazaar was held in cafeteria at Center for Continuing Education. Inside the hall, there were many people crowded, buying, selling, and experiencing the event. A staff member of project ‘Taste Korea,’ Kim Kyung-hee said, “These kind of events are held periodically to help foreign students who study Korean language to understand Korean culture. They are held 10 times a year. This time, in order to celebrate New Year’s Day in Korea, there prepared many Korean traditional foods and games by students.
Members of Sookmyung Korean Language Education Volunteers helped participants during this event. Jung So-jin, the member of Sookmyung Korean Language Education Volunteers, explained this program as a chance to share each culture. “Both Korean and foreign students participated are able to exchange each culture by tasting not only foods but culture as well. This will also be a chance to practice English.” The profits of this bazaar was planned to be used to help needy neighbors.