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留学韩国的小贴士30天
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韩国是一个令人难以置信的留学胜地,首都首尔更是一个充满活力的城市。韩国人以“努力工作,尽情玩乐”的生活方式闻名于世。如果你能海外留学韩国,你不会感到空虚和无聊,你会有多的事情要做,会过得很充实。


一、结交新朋友


出国留学给了你一个结交新朋友的绝佳机会。在高丽大学(Korea University),你将会和一个韩国朋友配对,你从一开始就与当地人建立联系。假如不确定学校附近哪家咖啡馆的WiFi最好,不知道如何在图书馆借书,或者在吃饭的时候想找个同伴伴,问问你的朋友!他们很高兴带着新生参观,在你学习韩语的时候练习英语。


二、制定好旅游计划


你会注意到,你在学期中没有多少长时间的休息,为了确保你充分利用在韩国的时间,一开始就要规划你的时间。你想在韩国待一个学期,探索从高山到海滩的一切吗?你想在这学期去日本旅游吗?


乘坐公共汽车和火车环游韩国很容易,也很实惠,但是节假日期间,交通会很拥堵,我们建议你尽早实施旅游计划!


三、离开首尔


你可以每个周末都去首尔逛逛,我们也鼓励你去探索城市之外的一些令人惊奇的地方。你可以从首尔飞到济州岛,周末去看看这个美丽的岛屿。

对于自然爱好者来说,韩国有21个国家公园,北韩山国家公园位于城市外,交通便利,是绝佳的散步场所和徒步旅行的胜地。


四、拓展朋友圈


你应该广交朋友,努力扩大你的圈子,结识其他国际学生或韩国学生。你有一个特别的机会去认识来自世界各地的人,学习其他国家的优秀文化,开阔眼界!


五、了解首尔


前面刚刚说到离开首尔,到别的地方旅游探索,首尔旅游资源非常丰富,你可以充分发掘首尔的魅力。只要你有一个空闲时间,可以邀请朋友一起去探索首尔的25个社区,你会有意想不到的收获。


六、练习韩语


世宗国王想让所有人都能阅读和写作,而不只是为了社会精英,他创造了韩语,让人们在短时间内学会韩语。如果你足够刻苦的话,你可以在短短几个小时内学会用韩语发音,甚至在八个小时内就能更自如地说话和写作!


虽然你能说一口流利的英语,但学习韩语的基础知识能让你飞得更高,走得更远,你可以认识韩语路标,还可以使用出租车打车软件。

 

你将能够参加我们的韩语速成课程,学习一些基本的问候语,比如,你好/再见(annyeonghaseyo),谢谢(gomabseubnida)和请(Juseyo)。


七、学习是你的第一要务


到目前为止,你已经表现的很不错,做好了各种预算,结交了不少新朋友,也到首尔以外的地方旅行,并且学习了韩语,请你记住,你留学韩国的主要任务是学习的!


高丽大学是韩国顶尖的大学之一,能够被录取是值得骄傲的。许多韩国学生的高中毕业考试成绩平均都是90多分,你的韩国同学是非常优秀的。


坚持学习是很重要的,教授的教学风格可能和你以前的老师不一样,家庭作业和阅读理解可能会花费你更长的时间,但一定要坚持下去。晚上,尽量不要出去玩,会影响你第二天的学习,你要努力追赶他们,不能落后太多。


八、学习韩国的历史


韩国有着悠久的历史。建议你对朝鲜半岛有一定的背景知识,为什么会有一个非军事区,什么时候分为朝鲜和韩国等。了解留学地的背景,不仅能显示出你的尊重,还能让你更能了解当地文化。


九、品尝美食


韩国美食遍地,你绝对不虚此行。不要犹豫,勇敢地尝试新事物!从找一群志趣相投的朋友开始吧!

韩国泡菜是最具韩国代表性的传统料理之一,也是典型的发酵食品。“韩国泡菜”是朝鲜半岛一种以蔬菜为主要原料,各种水果、海鲜及肉料、添加鱼露为配料的发酵食品。主要有益因子成分为乳酸菌,还含有丰富的维生素、钙、磷等无机物和矿物质以及人体所需的十余种氨基酸。韩国泡菜食后五味俱全,可佐饭,可佐酒,易消化,爽胃口,既能提供充足的营养,又能预防动脉硬化,降低胆固醇,消除多余脂肪等多种疾病,泡菜代表着韩国烹调文化

 

 


Tips for Studying Abroad inSouth Korea

 

South Korea’s vibrant capital of Seoul,with its tangible ‘work hard, play hard’ lifestyle, is an incredible place tostudy abroad and you’ll want to do as much as you can while you’re there.Here’s how to make the most of it!

 

MAKE NEW FRIENDS

Studying abroad gives you an amazingopportunity to make new friends. At Korea University you will bepaired up with a Korean buddy for your semester who will help you begin feelingconnected to locals right from the start. Not sure which cafe near campus hasthe best WiFi, wondering how to check out a book at the library, or looking forsome company when grabbing  dinner – ask yourbuddy! They are excited to show around new students and can practice theirEnglish while you work on your Korean.

 

MAP OUT YOUR SEMESTER SO YOU ARE AWARE OFWHAT DAYS YOU HAVE TO EXPLORE

You will notice that you don’t have manylong breaks during the semester, so to make sure you take advantage of yourtime inKorea,check the calendar during orientation and map out your time with a budget fromthe very start. Do you want to stay inKoreafor the semester and exploreeverything from the mountains to the beaches? Do you want to visitJapanduringthe semester or maybe on your way home?

 

It is easy and affordable to travel aroundKoreaon busesand trains, but during the holiday weeks things can fill up fast – that is whywe recommend starting your planning as early as you can! If you have a hardtime getting your group of friends to commit, don’t be nervous to branch outand find some new travel buddies. One can never have too many friends and toomany experiences!

 

GET OUT OF SEOUL

You could explore Seoul every weekend and still not feel likeyou have seen all the city has to offer. That being said, there are amazingplaces to see just outside the city that we encourage you to discover as well.When you thought about spending your semester in Seoul it is likely you didn’timagine yourself on a black sand beach, but the most popular flight path in theworld is from Seoul to Jeju Island and if you book at the right times you canget really inexpensive flights for a weekend away on the beautiful isle.

 

For nature lovers, Korea has 21 nationalparks with Bukhansan National Park conveniently located just outside of thecity offering excellent scenic walking and hiking options. Do your research andsee more than just Seoul!

 

BRANCH OUT

There are a lot of American studentsstudying at Korea University for the semester and living in Seoul. While you shouldmake as many friends as possible, make an effort to widen your circle and meetother international or Korean students. You have a special opportunity to getto know people from all over the world, so ask questions, learn about othercultures and broaden your outlook!

 

GET TO KNOW SEOUL

We know that we just said to get out of Seoul, but we also want to make sure you explore all that Seoul has to offer.Whenever you have a free afternoon, go check out one of the 25 neighborhoodsthat make up the city.

 

Not sure where to start? Begin with ourfive favorite neighborhoods! There are also a lot of cool ways to spend yourtime that aren’t listed in guidebooks. If you want ideas on how you can get offthe beaten path, check out some tips here from our Resident Director, Sandra.

 

PRACTICE YOUR KOREAN

King Sejong wanted to make reading andwriting accessible to everyone instead of just the elite members of society sohe created the Korean language to be learned in a short amount of time. You canlearn to sound out words in Korean in just a few hours and get more comfortablespeaking and writing in just eight hours – really!

 

While no one expects you to become fluenton the flight over, learning the basics can get you far, from helping you readstreet signs or using the Kakao Taxi app. Plus, if you wanted to only speakEnglish for a semester you wouldn’t have decided to leave theU.S.

 

As a part of semester orientation you willbe able to participate in our Resident Assistant’s Korean crash course to learnthe basics like, hello/goodbye (annyeonghaseyo), thank you (gomabseubnida) andplease (Juseyo). KU also offers different Korean courses that you can sign upfor. While language courses aren’t mandatory, they are really popular andstudents tend to do well in the courses.

 

REMEMBER YOU ARE THERE TO STUDY

You have done all you can to maximize yourexperience – you are sticking to your budget, you are making new friends,traveling outside of Seoul, practicing your Korean and then you remember thereis one other reason you are in Korea – to STUDY! While it might be hard toalways remember, you are studying abroad!

 

Korea University is one of thetop universities in theKoreaand it is very challenging to be accepted. Many Korean students scored apercentage in the high 90s on their high school leaving exams to study at KU,so you are taking classes with some of the top students in the country.

 

It is important to keep up in your classesand know that you have to study in order to do well. The professor might have adifferent teaching style then you are used to, and your homework and readingsmight take you longer, but stick with it. If you go out at night with yourKorean friends, you might not see them up early the next day studying but,trust us, they will be and they will ace the next test – so you have to alsowork to keep up.

 

Plus if you are thinking about going tograd school, they will likely want to see your transcript from KU – so make itsomething you are proud of!

 

LEARN THE HISTORY OFKOREA

South Korea has a very long and intense history. It is recommended that youhave some background knowledge on the Korean peninsula, why there is ademilitarized zone, when was it divided into North andSouth Korea,etc. Learning the background of where you are going not only shows respect butalso gives you a more accurate picture when trying to understand the culture.

 

EAT!

Korea hasamazing food and we guarantee it will be in your top three things that you missmost about your time studying abroad. Don’t hold back and try new things! Startby grabbing a group of friends and make your way through our list!

 


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