The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) confirmed cases have already surpassed 9,000 in Korea, and the death toll is still high at over 130. In response, Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) decided to conduct online classes for the whole semester except for certain limited sports classes. This decision made the campus landscape look completely different from this time last year, as well as changed the daily lives of students and professors. How have our classmates, professors, and our campuses been over the past weeks? The Sungkyun Times (SKT) captured the images of our fellow friends, professors, and the two campuses.
|Making Dalgona Coffee (Hang Han-kyung, Visual Science, Class of 20)|
|Coloring and Puzzle (Hang Han-kyung, Visual Science, Class of 20)|
Jeon Ji-hoon, Economics, Class of 19
“I’m into coloring because I don't have much work to do these days. Feels like I'm back to my childhood!!”
|Anonymous, Psychology Class of 19|
“I like parrots and fortunately I found them at a zoo near my house.
No one knows well about parrots, so I did my part-time job studying and curing parrots, and now I'm at the end of my treatment.”
|Professor preparing for class at home (Professor Kim Won-joong)|
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