KAIST has an interesting policy - if at least one international student signs up for a class, that class is required to be taught in English no matter what. The class naturally turns into somewhat of a Konglish (Korean + English) class.
On a side note, do you ever feel more connected to the cousins you have on your dad's side? Something about sharing the last name, and in our family the first character of all my cousins' names start with "Sun". Sometimes I sense this unexplainable bond... but I wonder if it's just the patriarchy that I'm so accustomed to that makes me think this way?
I know... I don't look like KAIST material at all!
A "CC", or Campus Couple as they are called in Korea. My cousin and her boyfriend.
Looking up showtimes for a play in Daejeon in a KAIST dorm.
Next school to visit: Mom's alma mater, Seoul National University.