Koo Sun-mo Desk of International and Social Affair firstname.lastname@example.org
As a new semester begins, all around, the campus looks active and energetic. While many clubs are busy gathering new members, one club is distinct from the others.
They look a little different from other ordinary UOS students. They dance on the floor in hip-hop style clothes, and you may have seen them more than once. It is RAH.
RAH is a newborn club that was created in the winter of 1997 by two passionate students for dance. RAH is the abbreviation for Resistance Against Hamper and they dance to be free from the oppressiveness of everyday life. They dance freely like its name and do whatever they want to from house and hip-pop, to rock and power moves.
RAH holds a party on campus each year and shows spectators routines its members have prepared. RAH also performs outside the campus. It not only won second prize at the Lotte Department Dance contest in 1998, but also performed in a play at KBS “Yeolin Yemakhoi” a few years ago.
If you want to break the dullness of monotonous life, you can visit the RAH club’s room. There, you will meet many cool people who seek freedom and energy through dancing.
Location: the second floor of Student Hall Tel: 2210-2134 Cafe: http://cafe4.daum.net/rah