Korea in Photos
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Korea University in Photos

Today I visited the university I did my Bachelor’s at  to meet some friends, and took advantage of the beautiful weather to take some photos.

There are so many international students on campus in fall, about 1400 this year, which is a lot considering only about 2000 new students are admitted every year. When I got to campus, a welcoming party was en route and a cheering session was planned for the evening.

Media Hall, constructed 2013.


View from Samsung Centennial Digital Library (Yes, it really is called that)


Graduate school library, home to many frustrated doctorate candidates and postdocs who smoke outside the building looking glum.


Close-up of one of the towers at graduate school library


Basketball court – man pointing his finger is the traffic officer.


Students eating Chinese delivery in front of the Main Hall, a designated historical site and administrative building.


A group of students were gathering by the staircase for a group photo


Posters promoting university societies, clubs, and graduate recruiting events


Some of the posters read: “Calling all investors”, “Doosan Recruiting Now”,
“Intervarsity Marketing Strategy Society”.


Main gate


A welcoming event for incoming international students was happening in front of the Student Union Building.

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Internationally lost since 2000, Emily was born in Seoul, raised in India, and has been living and studying in France, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands since 2014. A translator and interpreter by profession, she enjoys talking and debating just about anything.

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