• 12

    Aug

    IFSA Assembly in SNU

    The International Forestry Students Association (IFSA) is the global network for students in forest sciences. It unites approximately 3000 students in about 69 member associations (called Local Committees) in over 40 countries. IFSA is a non-governmental, non for profit and non religious organisation entirely run by students for students. I were just invited for a lunch.. I’m not the kind of guy who made a trip just for a free-food (it’s a long trip anyway from Asan to Seoul, almost 2 hours). I accepted my friend’s invitation to broaden my knowledge, see more people, and have some friends! :D And here is what happened that day.. arrived at SNU, Gwanak campus.. It’s a beautiful campus! met my friend.. my friend, viko Since he was busy organizing the event
  • 10

    Jun

    Perbedaan budaya di Korea (dalam coretan komik) ^^

    see in English Hidup sebagai orang asing di Korea jelas menyenangkan! Banyak hal untuk dilihat, dipelajari dan diperolah tersedia di sini.. Sikap menerima dan (seringkali) ramah orang Korea terhadap warga asing membuat semakin banyak orang asing yang datang ke negara ini. Namun seperti layaknya orang yang tinggal di rumahnya sendiri, di sini orang Korea hidup dengan budaya, kebiasaan, dan perilaku mereka sendiri. Dan terkadang.., hal itu memberikan.. [perasaan campur aduk, isi sendirlah! :p] kepada kita, para alien di “planet” Korea, ketika mengalaminya.. blank whats the fun in life if you cant find something new..? -iSaid Beberapa hari yang lalu, kawan saya memberkan saya tautan yang menarik ini, yakni sebuah blog yang berisi banyak comic strip yang dapat menggambar
  • 7

    Jun

    The cultural difference in Korea (in a comic strip) ^^

    lihat dalam bahasa Indonesia Living as foreigner in Korea is surely fun! Many things to see, to learn, and to earn are available here. Koreans accepting and (most of time) nice behavior towards foreigner make more and more foreigner come to this country. But like any other people living in their home, in here Korean lives with their own culture, habits, and behaviors. And sometime, its kind of .. [mixed feeling, fill it by yourselves! :p] to us, aliens in Korea, to experience them.. blank whats the fun in life if you cant find something new..? -iSaid Few days ago, my friend gave me this interesting link, a blog that contains lot of comic strips that could describe how I and other foreigners or waygook(??)-ers in Korea feels about the cultural shock we got (at the first).. Okay,
  • 22

    May

    Foreign Students in SMUFest (dress and eat)

    We sang.. We played games.. We exchanged (traditional) costumes.. We did selling our national food.. and (almost) everything about having fun! :D (see the first part) costumes.. Prewedd pose in japanese Yukata and Kimono Arfan and Febi.. beautiful.. crazy… even other perspective could give you a beautiful look food business.. INDONESIA EXISTS dong.. Indomie goreng, tahu isi, rujak, pisang goreng (hohoho) Nepal and Vietnam, neighbour of Indonesian stall Nepalese food, banh samosa In the end, the key of having fun is.. …doing things together!
  • 22

    May

    Foreign Students in SMUFest (sing and play)

    Yeah, you’ve seen we got so many artist on the SunMoon 2010 festival (May 11-13), 4Men, Crying Nut, No Brain and After School.. But is that all we got? Just watching the artists play? Course Not, we re having a real good time! We sang.. We played games.. We exchanged (traditional) costumes.. We did sharing our national food.. and (almost) everything about having fun! :D sing a song.. games.. Nana, Indonesian student from Cheonan campuss Feeding friend ??? with chopsticks (2 left are my Korean class mates, Nepal ??..) Bicycles, as the prizes.. other game.. It's somekind of Korean dart game.. (do u know the name??) I'm in blue.. there are still many games such as kites, drinking, various throwing.. but gee, no pics! (sorry) wearing costumes.. and f
  • 16

    May

    Acara pemberian penghargaan gelombang kedua & pembukaan kegiatan WSK gelombang ketiga

    gua udah daftar WSK .. Terus..? Lalu gua dapat telepon.. dan mereka nanya apakah gua bisa datang ke pertemuan pertama untuk batch ke-3 “Mahasiswa Dunia di Korea” (lebih lanjut, gua hanya akan menyebutnya ‘3rd WSK ‘). Tanpa ragu-ragu, gua jawab “YA! saya bisa ..” ME ?? alias BODOH! gua ga mikir2 lagi soal hari pertemuan itu. Ternyata itu hari kerja .. ??? ~ ~ Tapi entah kenapa, teman gua, Febi , bertanya apakah gua akan pergi juga (ia juga diundang untuk 3 WSK). Dan karena ia berada dalam laboratorium yang sama dengan gua, dia menyarankan gua untuk meminta izin dari profesor kami, dan juga .. gua melakukannya, jadi gua bisa menghadiri tanpa merasa bersalah. ^ ^ Dan kemudian, di Museum Nasional Korea, tempat di mana itu semua dimulai. Sesampainy
  • 10

    May

    WSK | Award Ceremony for the 2nd Batch & Launching of the 3rd Batch

    I had registered myself in WSK.. Then what? Well,, then they called me.. and they asked me if I could attend the kickoff meeting for the 3rd batch of World Students in Korea (furthermore, I’ll just call it ‘3rd WSK’). Without any hesitation, I just answered “YES! I can..” FOOL ME…??!! I didnt think about the day the meeting was gonna be held. It turned out that it’s a working day..??? ~~ But somehow, my friend, Febi, asked me if I were going to go too (he’d also been invited for 3rd WSK). And since he is in the same lab with me, he suggested me to ask permission from our professor, and well.. I did it, so then I could attend without a guilty feeling. ^^ And then, in the National Museum of Korea, the place where it begins. Ma
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