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Gaming and PCBangs in Korea

If you play any of the popular games on PC, you’d know this already. Gaming culture in Korea is much more popular and socially accepted than the United States. New York Times has called gaming and esports in Korea a “national pastime”. It’s no wonder that they have been ranked at the top for several ...

Finals…and then going home.

So finals were very different as compared to what I’m used to. First of all, remember that I have said there are very little amounts of testing happening throughout the semester. I only had 1 midterm for each class and 1 final for each class. The final was worth around 70% of my class grade. ...

History and Culture Park!

I’ve been around many parts of Seoul already, and even outside of the main region since I began my studies here. However, I feel as if I haven’t done as much touristy stuff as I was hoping to do. For this reason, I finally forced some time after midterms were over! When visiting Korea, I ...

Stuck in Mykonos!

Just like a normal university back in the United States, we were given a week long Spring break here in London. With our freedom from class and extended vacation, I took the opportunity to do a bit of traveling around Europe! Early on in the quarter, we planned our Spring break trip, so we were ...

A Beautiful Weekend in Amsterdam

One of the great things about studying in the UK is its proximity to the rest of Europe. For years it has been a dream of mine to visit Amsterdam, and it is something that I was really looking forward to while traveling this summer. So when we had a free weekend in London, a ...

Welcome to Hogwarts: A University of Sydney Overview

It’s been a month since my arrival to Sydney. Classes have started, due dates are approaching and stress levels are rising. However, it’s hard not to love being on campus when you feel that Dumbledore might walk into your classroom at any moment looking Harry. Being a die hard Harry Potter fan, it was love ...

Exploration Beyond the Bubble

My situation is much more relaxed now, especially regarding food. I have a stronger idea of what foods to eat everyday. Since my time is much more limited than if I had lived at home, I have focused on eating these three daily meals. First, I eat bread with marmalade, and tea in the morning ...