The University of Seoul traditionally has had a stereotypical image: as a university full of Ajeossi and a place for producing public officials. Moreover, you probably would have had times when you felt disappointed because your close associates did not know about our school but knew about other universities that had lower grades than ours. What do you think about these images of our university?
Do you content with their evaluation and adjust yourselves to it or disregard of them? Or will you try to encourage yourselves to make new ideas for the UOS?
Any student of the UOS would be familiar with these impressions and want to get rid of them. But how do you go about doing that? An apathetic way of thinking about the image of the university lets the inaccurate images gain wider publicity.
Actually, according to the following survey, half of all the UOS students found out the UOS when they were in high school and it was mainly through acquaintances rather than advertisements.