I guess one of the other things a Yonseian would get to brag about is the Library. the 8 floor Library which could fit 4,000 students and an open roof top garden.
there was still 1 more sakura tree when I took this picture like 3 or more weeks ago.
the pathway outside the Library
and the Library!
there’s 2 parts of the Library, one’s the normal one and another the Samsung Library.
this is the open spaces. it’s always full so I usually go to the study room on the 4th floor. there are a few meeting rooms (veryyy professional and modern looking) but you gotta book them in advance. still very impressive! plus they have lifts even for 1 floor. very advanced and convenient for the disabled.
the public area. see those huge monitors on the right? they are for you to read the newspaper of your own country! they have EVERYTHINGGGGGG. and outside of the study rooms and on the left side of this area there are booths for you to reserve your spot in the library. the maximum is usually 4 hours but at some seasons 2 hours so we gotta go to the booths to extend our time period every 2 hours pfft.
what I call the “san g pai”, it’s okay if you don’t get it but it’s nothing good =P. the epic list of names of people whom have had donated to build this library.
SAKURA! though it did look a little different. but the petals fall like the other trees so. =S.
okay that’s all for now! much more to write soon! will have another post with a lottt of pics hehe.
update on my life here : hello you all. I am pretty busy nowadays since I started my part time job and I have to study too because my Korean isn’t as good as my classmates whom have all been here for a much longer period U_U. but I will sacrifice my precious sleep to write more! =3. short but more frequent updates! okay bye!