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UOG students return from South Korea

by Krystal Paco

Guam - 15 University of Guam students return from their one-week stay in South Korea.

All of this was part of the Chonbuk National University Winter "Feeling Korea" Program in which students engaged in 30 hours of instruction from language to cultural activities and on their free time, explored the city of Jeonju.

These students were recipients of the International Experience Scholarship as part of the UOG Professional and International Programs Office.

Guam students were also able to meet with students from Japan, China, and the Philippines who also participated in the program.

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