Sunday, February 19, 2012

February Newsletter

We hope everyone's having a great week!
Also, midterms are coming up!!! Fighting! 
In some countries such as South Korea, "Fighting" is used as words of cheer.
The meaning of "Fighting" is similar to the meaning of "Let's go" or "Do your best" or "Good luck"

Save the date: 4/14th 7:30PM
Promo video:
You don't want to miss out!
There's still a chance to sign up & be part of KSA's biggest event of the year!

The deadline for sign ups: TOMORROW, Monday 2/20th 9PM !
Spread the word!
These are the dates for the practices until the show!
PLEASE check to see if you are available for practices for the acts that you are interested in! Commitment to these rehearsals is crucial!

Modern Dance: Sundays from 7pm - 10pm (each dance segment is one hour)
Fan Dance: Mondays and Thursdays 8pm - 10pm
Talchum: Tuesdays 7pm - 9pm
Nanta: Wednesdays 6pm - 8pm
Art: TBD
Advertising Committee: TBD
Singing: TBD (Auditions: Thursday, 2/23, 7:30 PM. Stuvi Basement)
Samool Noree: TBD

If you've already signed up for an act, you will be receiving an email shortly regarding your acts!
The practices will begin NEXT WEEK!

Summer Opportunities!
  • SPERKED: Teach, Travel, Experience
Are you a graduating Senior or a recent grad interested in a once-in-a-lifetime experience before you begin your career? Or are you are in a career transition and want an unforgettable way to spend your summer? Spend your summer teaching in Asia!

Earn money (teachers can expect to make between $4,000 - $10,000+ over summer), travel on weekends, meet people from all over the world and experience a different lifestyle. Sperked makes it easy for you to safely connect with private academies who are looking to hire teachers.

Visit for more information!
  • Opportunity for traveling to DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea, North Korea)
This summer from June to end of August, there will be three different trips available to university students, young professionals, and those who have an interest in DPRK. It is an opportunity for individuals to learn about the philosophy, culture, and history of DPRK and how to get involved with DPRK in the future. 
An average trip consists of 5 days in Yanji, China, and 14 days in Rajin, DPRK. 

If you are interested in learning more about this trip, feel free to contact Michael at

  • Seoul National University International Summer Institute 2012
This five-week immersion program will take place in the heart of South Korea’s capital, Seoul.
Students will have the opportunity to study and interact with prestigious faculty and students from all 
over the world. With over 20 course offerings in a wide array of subjects ranging from East Asian 
Studies, Korea, Japan, and China), the Liberal Arts & Humanities, to more practical courses such as 
Korean Language, students can customize their educational experience according to their specific interests. 

For more information, feel free to contact Paul Lee at

Have a great 3 day weekend everyone!
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