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Media CoverageThe media coverages are summaries of the newspaper articles of the day published about SNU

  • December 11, 2010

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DongA Ilbo interviewed Professor PARK Hee-Byoung who recently published his life-long research on LEE Un-Jin who was a free thinker in 18th century's Korea.
- Published in DongA Ilbo

SNU Faculty Council held a press conference and criticized the passage of ‘SNU Incorporation Bill'.
- Published in Yonhap News, Maeil Business News

DongA Ilbo analyzed this year's successful applicants of SNU. 1,460 students (70.3%) are from general high schools, 16.6% are from Science High Schools, 8.8% are from Foreign Language High Schools, and 22 are from Interanational High School.
_ Published in DongA Ilbo

DongA Ilbo interviewed three newly accepted students of SNU who lived in remote rural area such as Daecheong Island.
- Published in DongA Ilbo

Chosun Ilbo interviewed a newly accepted student whose SAT score was considered to be the best.
- Published in Chosun Ilbo

Seoul Business Newspaper wrote an editorial that says SNU should take a crucial role as the first incorporated national university.
- Published in Seoul Business Newspaper

Song Ki-Chang, Professor in Sookmyung Women's University wrote a column about SNU incorporation. He said the benefits to be given to SNU after the incorporation is way too exceptional. 
- Published in Chosun Ilbo

JOU Kyung Chul, SNU Professor of Western History, wrote his regular column 'Hisotria'. He compared North Korean people who are suffering under the dictatorship but not trying to rebel against government to 18 century's French people who could take revolutionary action only after Louis XIV's dictatorship had ended.
- Published in Chosun Ilbo

Professor JOU Kyung Chul wrote his regular column 'History of Economy' about recurred Great Famines in the Middle Age.
- Published in HanKyung

KIM Soo Wook, Professor of Business Administration, wrote a column titled 'Gumption Is More Important than Prediction'. He gave an example of Samsung Electronics who had failed predicting today's booming of smart phone market, but could successfully caught up Apple, thanks to their 'gumption'.
- Published in Maeil Business Newspaper
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