To grasp the end of Chuseok (Thanksgiving holiday), the Dankook University Jukjeon Campus Global Talent Network (GTN) held a Chuseok festival named ‘My Love From The Moon’ on September 28th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. up on the Main Stadium. The festival was prepared for foreign students who lives far from home to feel involved and at the same time, learn more about the Korean culture.
|▲ A group photo at the end of an eventful day.|
At each of the booths, the GTN members prepared a different traditional Korean food and hands on experience to make the food ourselves was also provided. The students had the sports festival, led by the International Students Association. The participants were separated into two big teams and as a warm-up game, a game called Jegi-chagi where players have to keep a shuttlecock made up by a coin and paper off the ground as long as possible was played. Another game of flipping black and white cardboards was played at the center circle of the field. Followed by a game of Tug-of-War, which the players gave all their might and energy into pulling the thick rope. Lastly, a relay race (8 x 100) of three-mixed boys and girls’ team. With all the cheers and ecstatic energy in the air, it was sad that the event had to end. With a group photo taken, the Chuseok festival has officially ended.
|▲ An intense game of black and white cardboard flipping.|
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