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Llshan Securities Museum Visit On the November 30th, 2019, SKKU C-MBA Professor of Finance, An Yuhua Professor, together with 13 SKKU GSC graduate students visited the Korea Securities Museum. The purpose of this visiting is to help students directly feeling the Korea's securities history and culture, in order to get a better understand of the course "Chinese Capital Market Practice" taught by Professor An Yuhua. Meanwhile, the students experience a practical understanding of the stock market even they haven’t been to the stocking market before, The Korea llsan Securities Museum was established in 2004, it is the second securities museum in the world after the Swiss Securities Museum. The Llshan Securities Museum present more than 400 years history of securities,the relevant cultural relics are also well preserved there. The visiting to Korea Securities Museum consist of two part, for the first part Museum staff explain the history of the Korean securities market.Professor An Yuhua translated the Korean explanations into Chinese to help Taiwanese student since he can’t understand Korean well. The museum displays a collection of bonds issued by various countries over the past 100 years. Finally, each classmate issued his own bond. For the other part,the museum arranged a lecture for us,which is about the investment.The professor KIM explain the invest in a funny and easy way. We took a picture after the class.We all free so impressive and educated after this touring.
Graduate School of China (GSC) weekend classmates and Professor Song Deok-ho had decided to see the National Museum of Korea and Yongsan War memorial Hall part of the weekend class. On November 17, 2019, We decided to meet at the coffee shop west of the National Museum at 10 am, but from the morning rain was soaking sweet leaves. Our freezing hands started feeling warm as we sipped a cup of hot coffee while talking to each other. We met with Ms. Kim Eun-hee who is the docent at the museum. Her main role is arranged routing and share the insight not only actual history but behind the scene story. It was an interesting tour to all the GSC students at this moment. The purpose of the tour was understanding of the historical relics of the National Museum of Korea and the Korean War history of the War memorial Hall. Understanding the differences between Korean procelain Celadon and Chinese jade-colored Celadon is one of them. We realized that securing original technology is a global competitive power. Korean porcelain Celadon embodies a clear and elegant jade color and uses various inlay techniques. We are praised for engraving the pattern to maximize the traditional Korean beauty. On the other hand, China's jade -colored Celadon manufacturing technique reflects the desire to color like "jade" first. It emphasizes the colorful colors, but is distinguished by the characteristic of having a somewhat turbid color and atmosphere. Production of advanced products that can be noticed worldwide when gaining an advantage of expressing original and delicate beauty based on accumulated technology. We felt this was possible and it was gathered with national power. War can not escape from the logic of power. Nowadays the conventions and principles for peace provide the cause of aggression for the powers of the great powers. When we saw a picture of crying girl in Korean War, one day between1950 and 1953, we finally came to our realization that we need a strong military force to ensure true peace and stability. Prepared by: GSC W-BLP students
On 5th November, Professors and students from Sungkyunkwan University Graduate School of China visited Samsung Innovation Museum in Suwon. Samsung is the leader on the current market of semiconductor, smartphones and TVs. As the 4th Industrial Revolution advances, innovation becomes crucial for companies’ growth. GSC faculty and students visited Samsung Innovation Museum for the purpose of keeping pace with the frontiers of innovation of the modern technology. Samsung Innovation Museum demonstrated the human history of innovation starting from the invention of electricity, until the modern innovation that has shaped the landscape of human society. Dr. Chen Bo, a marketing professor from GSC said, “The museum showed Samsung Electronics' social responsibility to leverage well-being of all human kind through their continuous innovation. We can also see Samsung’s global vision to lead the innovation in electronic technology for a better life”