Afterthoughts

GI YOON KIM

(Sorry, this happens to be in Korean. 🙂 Don’t worry, this will be the only one!)

해외기자단 후기

제1기 해외기자단 김지윤

후기를 쓰려고 하니까 일단 지난 일년 동안 제가 얼마나 성실히 기자 활동을 했는지 생각해보게 됩니다 아..밀린 기사부터 써야하는데….행동보다는 말이 앞섰던 적이 많은 것 같아서 조금 아니 아주 많이 부끄럽다는 생각이 듭니다. 그럼에도 불구하고 지난 일년 동안의 해외기자단 활동은 제게 참 소중하고 유익한 경험이었습니다. Continue reading

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Meet Professor Grace Chae

GI YOON KIM (edited by CL)
“People jump to assumptions, because it’s easy— I hope to show a bigger picture”

Grace Chae is a Korea Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow at Wellesley College. She received her Ph.D. in History at the University of Chicago, specializing in Korean War POWs. Right now she teaches Modern Korean History: From the 1800s to the Present and Prisoners of War: International Norms and Practice at Wellesley College. Continue reading

Prayer Vigil at Harvard

GI YOON KIM

On Oct 9th, there was a prayer vigil at Harvard, Cambridge for the religious and political freedom of North Korea. The service was recorded to be radio broadcasted across the border for the underground North Korean Christians. The event took place on Oct. 10th in Korean time, one of the biggest national holidays in North Korea as its labor party was founded on this day.

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Introductions: Gi Yoon

Name: Gi Yoon Kim (the G is pronounced as a J)

Age: 21

Occupation: Student @ Wellesley College

Likes: My sister & brother, Rice, Kimchi, Spicy Fish Stew

Dislikes: Dry weather, loneliness

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