Etudier en Corée du Sud, ce qu’on ne vous dit pas

Comme vous l'avez peut-être compris, j'étais partie via KGSP pour réaliser un doctorat dans le domaine des sciences. Partie en 2018, j'ai du abréger mon séjour et annuler ma bourse. Puisque je sais que beaucoup d'entre vous vont postuler pour cette année ou sont intéressés pour les années à venir, et que de plus en... Continue Reading →

NIIED Language Centers

If you are finally a final KGSP scholar and you are still not fluent in korean, you will have to take the 1 year korean class! And the exciting thing is you won't be able to choose where to study korean: NIIED will attribute the language centers. If you want to have more information about... Continue Reading →

KGSP : 5th cultural experience

In march, they brought 2 KGSP classes to the Independance Hall of Korea. It was a bit far away (Cheonan) and right before exam so it was tiring. We had a presentation of the korean independance and then we had a visit of the museum (full korean >//<) and we had an activity: making our... Continue Reading →

KGSP : 4th cultural experience

As this "4th cultural experience" I want to talk about christmas because teachers orgnized a party for KGSP students. So we went to a coffee shop where we ate chicken, drank beer, sang and danced for a while. It was really nice from the teachers to do that for us. After that they brought us... Continue Reading →

KGSP : 3rd cultural experience

As this 3rd experience, we went to Mudeungsan Mountain. It was a day-trip climbing the mountain to enjoy the famous autumn leaves of Korea. It was very nice!! One KGSP class went to Boseong instead of Mudeugsan.

KGSP: 1st cultural experience

1st cultural experience: Mugagksa Temple The KGSP supervisor in every universities are supposed to organize cultural experience or trips for us regularly. So for this first experience, the university brought us to Mugaksa Temple. Directly after the end of class (1pm) we went to the temple by bus. We were welcomed by monks and learn... Continue Reading →

Chuseok Holidays in Busan~2018

Chuseok, a traditional and important festival If you happen to be student in Chosun University, you will know very quickly that we don't have holidays (at all T_T). So when Chuseok arrives in september.... enjoy as much as you can this free time^^ Most of people went to Seoul during Chuseok because we had 5... Continue Reading →

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