The long wait had finally come to an end with Greengates School’s 40th International Fair coming to a grand inauguration. The time had finally arrived for Greengates School’s international sensation to flourish once again. The International Fair – an event dedicated to highlight the sense of international community within the school radius – was open…
The March First Movement was a number of events that began on March 1, 1919 in Seoul, South Korea and spread throughout the country. The purpose of this movement was to spread awareness to the Koreans and Japanese that Korea was still an independent country. Korea was being ruled by Japan from 1910-1945. During the…
Last month, Park Geun-Hye, the 11th president of South Korea, was impeached by the national parliament with an overwhelming majority of 234 votes out of 300. About four to five months remain until the country’s constitutional court decides whether to accept or reject the impeachment motion. Park’s impeachment was based on a political scandal that…
The tumultuous history between South Korea and Japan is an ongoing controversy that never seems to find an end story due the many different events and happenings of that time period. The new movie “Spirit’s Homecoming” is a movie about just one of the major wrongdoings that occurred during the horrible relations of that time. It recounts the story of two young sisters who were captured by the Japanese to be used as “Comfort Women” and although one sister dies while trying to escape, they are reunited in spirit.
Students feel that spending too much time on phones is harmful.
Korean dramas are even popular with non-Koreans.
Adopting a dog is special.
Protests have broken out over the change.
The Asia Institute discussed East Asian issues.