My favourite article from the last edition was about “Travelling to Europe”. I had already been interested in that topic, so I read the article first. In the article, the most enjoyable part was the third part ‘Tips for your trip’. ‘Things that you definitely need to bring’ was good. I’ll always keep it in mind when I take a trip to Europe or any other country.
I agree to the article “Open Your Sexual Mind!” that students at our university are less narrow-minded about sexual things compared to the past. ‘Ajeossi university’ was the nickname of our university and many people think our university is just a simple, honest school of the old style. But contrary to this prejudice, the evidence that we are not naive is very good news.
In my opinion, the article “For a Better Web Atmosphere” in the Click Here section could have been a more useful report, if the writer had not forgotten to warn his readers of one forgetful thing - not all pop-ups are harmful or importunate. Because some pop-ups have useful tips for the PC users.
There was another article that satisfied my curiosity, namely “New Brands Are Always Thirsty”. I was concerned about who makes enterprise names and product names. Fortunately, I read the article and it put my mind at rest. I would like you to print more articles that answer peoples questions about this.
Actually, I found the professor column difficult and boring, so I gave up reading before finishing. I hope it will be an easier and more interesting column next time.
Who would have guessed that The UOS Times is being read by high school students? But it is true. One ¡°Reader’s Essay¡± was written by a student from Sun-il girls’ high school. I am glad to hear this because having a broad readership is good.
The article about foreign workers aroused my sympathy for the workers. I saw the black guys who were working in the middle of the road, sweating profusely, under the supervision of a Korean inspector.
I agree with the writer that we should look ahead into the future and embrace foreign workers. With all of this, I especially think the writer’s choice of Germans attitudes as a contrast with our reality was excellent. We must not forget this fact.
Kim Myung-jin Freshman, Faculty of Law firstname.lastname@example.org