Generalist Channels: Ingrained into Our Lives
At some point, more and more Korean people will watch generalist channels as well as the more mainstream channels of KBS, SBS, and MBC. The viewer ratings of the main news also reect this. 5.5% for Newsroom of JTBC, 11.8% for KBS, 3.8 % for SBS and 3.1% for MBC respectively. The gap between ter
Sejong Hanwool Road: A Walk in Memory of King Sejong
October 9th is Hangeul Day, which commemorates the creation of Hangeul, the Korean alphabet. King Sejong, who created Hangeul, is deeply immersed in Korean lives and is still a role model of many citizens. For these reasons, The Sungkyun Times (SKT) would like to introduce the Sejong Hanwool Road wa
Copycat Franchises: When is the Expiry Date for Brown Sugar?
Brown sugar is trending these days. With the start of Taiwan based brown sugar bubble tea brand Tiger Sugar, more than 10 brands such as Black Hwadang, The Alley, Tsunjudan, and Cheonsanding have also been making an impact in the market. Furthermore, food made by combining brown sugar with snacks, s
E-cigarettes: A Safe Alternative to Regular Cigarettes?
When the library gets crowded with Kingos during the exam period, smokers can be witnessed more often than usual. Among the Kingos who smoke, some prefer electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) to regular cigarettes believing that they are less harmful. The controversy over the harmfulness of e-cigaret
An Interview with Jun Jaehwan, Former Top Stand-up Comedian Turned SKKU Professor
Jung Jaehwan, a professor of history at our university started his career as a stand-up comedian and TV presenter. He has appeared in a number of TV programs from music programs, advertisements, comedy broadcastings to dramas. At the age of 40, he was determined to enter the history department at Su