Update : 2019.11.14  Thu  No : 506
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Social Desk
What They Hide behind a Smiling Mask Is Their Shattered Egos
Do you know the fate of the “Dobby,” a house-elf who served the Malfoy Family in “Harry Potter?” He never insults his owners and has to do all things the owners’ order, a ..
2019.11.14  No : 506 By Oh Ju-yeong
Visiting
What's Up Crossers!
Bridge TV is one of the best English-learning Youtube channels to have hit 100,000 subscribers in South Korea. Your online teacher is Kim Tae-hoon, 35, an alumnus of De ..
2019.11.14  No : 506 By Kwak Hyun-jeong
Social Desk
Hear the Rattling of Changsin Sewing Here
Stars twinkling in the sky above all night long / Leaves falling layer over layer and piling up / The spinning sewing machine keeps running. The lyrics are autumn parts o ..
2019.10.01  No : 505 By Oh Ju-yeong
In-depth on Society
What Makes Small Businesses Small?
The recent trade dispute between South Korea and Japan has made the Korean economy more unstable. In response, Park Young-sun, Minister of Small and Medium Enterprises ..
2019.10.01  No : 505 By Yoo Chan-heum
Social Desk
Human’s New Best Friend: Insects
Characters in the movie [Snowpiercer], released in 2013, eat protein blocks. The main ingredient of the protein block is, surprisingly, cockroaches. Just like they ate ..
2019.09.03  No : 504 By Jung Min-yeong / By Yoo Chan-heum
Diachrony
Hand in Hand: Sanitary Pad and Women’s Emancipation
Even if the hot summer has passed, the heat is currently underway in September now. In this season of high temperature and humidity, women’s discomfort index will be es ..
2019.09.03  No : 504 By Oh Ju-yeong
Reportage
Hidden Stories about Busan: How Refugees Endured
When we take a trip to Busan we enjoy taking pictures of the summery vibe or relaxing on the beach. But when the Korean War broke out, the Busan ocean retained the eyes ..
2019.06.07  No : 503 By Oh Ju-yeong
Agora
Should We Disclose the Faces of Convicted Criminals?
Every murder, rape and kidnap case shown on the news leads one group of citizens trembling in fear. A second group questions why the media does not allow the faces of criminals to be shown on television. Korean law protects the privacy of criminals under certain circumstances, which results in deb ..
2019.06.07  No : 503 By Jang Soo-hyun
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Open New Doors to Electroni
The Human Footprint pt.3: I
What They Hide behind a Smi
Even If It Fails Epilogue
Binary System of Semiconduc
Turn on Music When the Firs
HUFS Joins Troika with Neig
The Prime Minister of Bulga
 
Opinion  
Editorial
The Human Footprint pt.3: Information
Eye of The Argus
Even If It Fails Epilogue
Road Casting
Turn on Music When the First Snow Knocks Our Hearts
HUFSan’s Voice
Why Did You Choose Collegiate Merchandise?
#Information
Newsdesk  
HUFS Joins Troika with Neighbor Universities
The Prime Minister of Bulgaria Visits HUFS
The CBA’s Student President Decides to Resign
Campus  
24/7@HUFS
HUFS Remembers Farrukh and Mutal
Dating on Sunday
Dear Mr. Jo: Yes, We Will Stop Using Rising Sun Flag
How About You
Various Opinions from a Festival Showing Various Cultures
Culture  
Culture Desk
Open New Doors to Electronica
Photo Essay
HYGGE
Footsteps
Calm as a Cloud, Unhyeon-gung
National  
Social Desk
What They Hide behind a Smiling Mask Is Their Shattered Egos
Visiting
What's Up Crossers!
Theory&Critique  
T&C Desk
Binary System of Semiconductor