The Spring Festival at Dankook University's Jukjeon Campus was held from May 22 to 25 with the name Danbijae. This title which means "festival like a welcome rain" was selected as the official name through the university's festival name contest. Despite starting off with a quiz show entitled "Knowing Gyeonggi-do" hosted by OBS and with opening ceremonies of students and singers, the festival did not receive a fervent initial response. On the second day of the festival, the Dankook Music Festival was held at Open-air Theater by the College of Music. One after another, the atmosphere became electrified as members of school clubs and the hip-hop duo Gigs performed. Later, the open-air pubs of each college and club opened hailing in a real festival atmosphere. On May 24, there was a celebration performance by Dankookians including Woongbi, the official cheering squad of Jukjeon Campus, and invited singers. An exhilarating performance by the famous girl-group Secret was the highlight of the festivities. Club Day, hosted by the College of Arts, offered enough excitement to maintain the enthusiastic atmosphere for the day. On the last day, the festival was ended slowly with a general cooling down, and Danbijae closed, leaving good memories for participating students and its legacy as a symbol of the harmony of Dankookians. Unfortunately, however, there remained a sense of frustration as the festival participation rate dropped considerably compared to last year. 'Daedongjae' was held from May 22 to 25 at Cheonan Campus. The purpose of the festival was to gather the local community and Dankookians as one. There were a wide variety of small programs held at the main stadium and at each college. On May 22, the opening day, events including serving lunch to cleaners, and the College of Humanities dodgeball championship were led by the Union of Student Clubs. On wednesday, the second day of the festival, the main event started at 6 o'clock with a song festival only for freshman hosted by DKBS. Eight teams of participants finished their performances successfully as the festival ended well. Next, there was a couple game hosted by the Student Council, followed by performances by Eru and Tae-Woo Kim. The excitement reached its climax as student-operated events and pubs, managed by each college and student club, ensued. On the last day, the festival closed with a performance by AMADAS, Cheonan Campus' official cheering squad, and fireworks.
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