• Exchange Student
  • Sungshin University → TWCU
  • What was your most memorable/impressive experience?
    The most impressive thing was to build the relationships with people from different cultures. I think it is the most important thing that we can get from study abroad.
  • What was the most crucial thing in preparation before coming to Japan?
    The crucial thing is preparation for living in Japan which is different from your country; such as to check your country's electric voltage and prepare proper transformers if it's different from Japan's; to check if your mobile device works in Japan; to prepare a credit card usable in Japan.
  • What was your proudest accomplishment during your stay?
    I still feel it difficult to use Kanji, but I can feel my progress when I read a book more smoothly. Also, I feel happy when I can talk with friends smoothly.
  • What skill did you gain the most (academically or socially)?
    In Japan, cars drive on the left side of the road. Particularly in Tokyo, people walk on the left side and wait in line on the left side. I needed some time to get used to it because people use the right side in Korea.
  • What was the biggest hardship you faced?
    There were some days that dormitory was closed during the vacation periods in summer and winter. I had to move out into friends' place and fly back home during that time. Having no place to stay was my biggest hardship.
  • What are you putting your most effort into right now?
    I want to become a writer and I am focusing on making my dream come true, such as reading books and taking writing courses.
  •  What do you want to try in the rest of your stay?
    I want to conduct a tour in Japan for my friends from other countries. I want to enjoy interesting things I found in Japanese culture with my friends in my tour.