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									International Student Handbook

   Gyeongsang National University
Table of Contents
Contacts 1
Foreign Embassy in Republic of Korea 2   7. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES                18-19
Welcome Message 3                        University Clubs & Societies
How to get to GNU 4                      Religious Activities
About Jinju (City) 5
About GNU Campus 6                       8. HEALTH ISSUES        20-21
※ Campus Map                             GNU Hospital
                                         First-Aid Clinic
1. ADJUSTING TO LIFE IN KOREA 8-9        Health Insurance
Climate and Weather                      Off Campus Facilities
Four Seasons
                                         9. GENERAL IMFORMATION              22-26
2. STUDENT SERVICES       10             Post Office
General Student Service Center           University Address
                                         Making Phone Calls
3. ACADEMIC LIFE 10-11                   International Driving License
GNU Student Card                         Transportation
Academic support                         Shopping
Course Registration                      Entertainment
Grading System                           National Holidays in Korea
Credits                                  Currency Exchange & Money Management
Korean Language Course
                                         10. KOREAN ALPHABETS            27
4. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE         12      Korean Alphabet: Hangeul
5. FACILITIES ON CAMPUS        13-14
Library                                  11. IMMGRATION         INFORAMTION          28-30
Student Union Building                   Alien Registration
Computer Center                          D-2 Visa Extension
Campus Safety                            How to get to the Jinju City Hall
※ Korean National Police Agency          How to get to the Masan Immigration Office
                                         ID Card & Application for Alien Registration Form
6. HOUSING      15-17
Dormitory Housing                        Appendix
Dormitory Meal Schedule                  Form 1 Immigration Record for International Students
Meal Card                                Form 2 Applications for Alien Registration
Food                                     Form 3 Application Form (Changing or Extension of
Off-Campus Housing                       Status)


                   International Office
                   Bldg. #1, Room # 219
                   055)751- 6229
                   055)751-6228 (FAX)

                   Graduate School Administrative Office
                   Bldg. #1, Room #207

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Foreign Embassies in Korea

 주한 대사관                              Embassy Name                                                     Contacts

   터키           Embassy of the Republic of Turkey                         

  파키스탄          E mb as s y of t h e Is l a mi c R e p u bl i c o f P a kis t a n

   프랑스          Embassy of France                                         

   핀란드          Embassy of Finland                                                  02)732- 6737

   필리핀          Embassy of Philippine                                               02) 732-6737

   칠레           Embassy of the Republic of Chile                                    www.echilecor.or.krh

   일본           Embassy of Japan                                          

   중국           E mbas s y of the P eopl e's Re publi c of Chi n a        

   이집트          Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt                     

 우크라이나          Embassy of Ukraine                                        

  뉴질랜드          Embassy of New Zealand                                    

   덴마크          Royal Danish Embassy                                                www.denmark

   독일           E mbas s y of th e Fe der al Rep ubl i c of G er man y    

   멕시코          Embassy of Mexico                                         

  스리랑카          Embassy of the Democratic Socialist Republic of           
                Sri Lanka
   스웨덴          Embassy of Sweden                                         

   몽골           Embassy of Mongolian People’s Republic                              02-798-3464, 02-794-1951

   영국           Her Britannic Majesty's Embassy                           

   러시아          Embassy of Russia                                         

   인도           Embassy of India                                          

 인도네시아          Embassy of Indonesia                                                02) 783-5675

   베트남          Embassy of Vietnam                                                  02) 739-2065

   타이           Embassy of Thailand                                       

 방글라데시          Embassy of Bangladesh                                               02) 796-4056

 우즈베키스탄         Embassy of Uzbekistan                                               02) 574-6554

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                                  Welcome to,
                                   Gyeongsang National University!

Gyeongsang National University has been accepting students from all over the
world since its foundation in 1948. An increasing number of international students
are expected as GNU, expands its international          exchange programs. In
accordance with this policy, International Office(IO), the center of international
programs at GNU, is playing the key role in establishing a better system for
international students. IO will be there to help you at every stage of their
development at GNU, all the way to their successful complement of their studies.
This guide is designed to help you prepare for the adventure and the experience
of studying overseas and contains information about settling in at Gyeongsang
National University. It includes information on accommodation, useful services on
campus and off campus, academic assistance and so on.

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           How to get to Gyeongsang National University ?

From Incheon International Airport

The Incheon International Airport(IIA), in the city of Incheon, is the
biggest international airport in Korea. You can take an Express
Bus or a Domestic flight from there to Jinju. Be aware buses from
the Seoul Express Bus Terminal are more frequent.
International Airport :

By Airport Limousine

Take an airport limousine to Incheon Express or Seoul Express bus.
It takes approximately 15 mins from Jinju Express Bus Station to GNU.

By Air via Gimpo Airport (Seoul)

Take an Incheon-Gimpo Airport limousine. Gimpo airport is a domestic airport near Seoul. You should check the
schedule to Sacheon airport which is near Jinju.    Sacheon airport is approximately 10 minutes south of GNU.
Taxis usually charge a flat rate of 10,000 won or airport limousine is also available.
        Flight No.                  Seoul                      Jinju

         KE1631                      8:00                      8:55

          OZ8641                    16:25                      17:25

         KE1635                     17:30                      18:25

                                        (This schedule is subject to change.)

※ Korean Domestic Airlines
     Korean Air
     Asiana Airlines

From the Gimhae (Busan) International Airport

Students can come to Jinju by bus.

Taxi When you arrive at bus stop in Jinju, it is easy to
take a taxi. Ask a taxi driver to go to „Gyeong-sang-
dae‟ or show „경상대학교‟, It will take between ten and
fifteen minutes to get here and you will know when you
pass through the big archways.

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About Jinju
Located in the western part of Gyeongsangnamdo, Jinju boasts vibrant cultural tradition & heritage,
breathtaking scenery, local food, and many tourist attractions. Jinju, the magnificent Garden City is
recognized as having one of the best living environments in all of Korea. Jinju Gaecheon Art Festival
awakens the artistic spirit of Koreans with the Jinju Namgang (South Liver) Lantern Exhibition, which is
part of the Festivals and introduces Jinju's traditional culture to people around the world. The powerful
bull fighting and exhilarating Jinju sword dance have been going on 100years and will lead spectators
to a state of wonder. Jinju has many cultural heritage sites which always make Jinju a relaxing place to
visit: Jinju Castle, Chokseoknu, Uiam Rock, Uigisa Sharine and more. As a world-class silk production
center, Jinju is Korea's number one city of exporting its own silk goods. We invite all of you to enjoy the
natural charm of Jinju!

Jinju City Hall hompage

Local Festivals
- Gaecheon Yesulje (Art Festival) 개천예술제
Oct. 3 ~ Oct. 10 every year

- Jinju Nongae Festival 진주논개제
The fourth Friday of May (3 days, every year)

- International Yudeung Festival of Namgang Jinju
Oct. 3 ~ Oct. 10, every year

- Jinju Traditional Bullfighting Festival 진주 소싸움
March and During the Gaecheon Art Festival, every year

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About GNU Campus
Gyeongsang National University has three campuses: Gajwa Campus, Chilam Campus, and
Tongyeong Campus. The Gajwa campus is located in Jinju and is the university's main campus and
home to nine of the its eleven colleges.

1. Administration Building                 17.Liberal Arts Center                60. Gaechuck a Notice Hall
2. University Library                      18,19 Gym, The Grand Stadium          71. University Affiliated Middle And High
3. Academic Information Center             21. Outdoor Tennis                        School
4. Student Union Building                  22. Outdoor Concert Hall              101,102 college of Humanities
6. Centralized Scientific Instru-          23. Power Plant                       151. College of Social Sciences
  mentation Facility                       49. Nammyeong Memorial Hall           201. College of Business Administration
7. Institute of Language Education         50. Reserve Officers Training Corps   251. College of Law
8. Institute of computer and Information   51~57. Student Dormitories            301,302. College of Education
  Technology                               58. The Guesthouse                    303. Center of Culture and Education
16.Gyeongsang Business Incubator           59. English village                   304. Fine Arts Building

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351~354. College of Natural Building   451~458.College of Agriculture            502. Gyeongsang Animal Hospital
401~406. College of Natural Sciences   501,504. College of Veterinary Medicine

The Chilam Campus is located in Jinju City and is home to Gyeongsang National University's College of

1. Medical College Entrance
2. College of Medicine

3. Medical Library

4. University Hospital

5. Emergency Treatment Center

6. Funeral Service Center

7. Nurses Dormitory

8. Lecture Hall
9. Research Facility

10. Laboratory Facility
11. Hospital Entrance

12. Gyeongnam Cancer Center

13. Education Center

14. Parking Lot
15. Lecture‟s Building

The Tongyeong Campus is located in the coastal city of Tongyeong, which is about an hour's drive from
Jinju. The campus is home to Gyeongsang National University's College of Marine Science.

                                                                                    1. Administration Building

                                                                                    2. Liberal Arts Center

                                                                                    3. Mireuk Center

                                                                                    4. Cheokyang Center

                                                                                    5. Club Center

                                                                                    6. Fisheries Center

                                                                                    7. Engineering Center
                                                                                    8. Processed Marine Center

                                                                                    9. Student Union Building

                                                                                    10. Gymnasium

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11. University Library

12. Student Dormitories

13. Gatehouse

1. Adjusting to Life in Korea

Climate and Weather

The climate of Korea is characterized by four distinct seasons. The contrast between winter and
summer is striking. Winter is bitterly cold and is influenced primarily by cold Siberian fronts. Summer is
hot and humid due to the maritime pacific high. The transitional seasons, spring and autumn are sunny
and generally dry. Temperatures in all seasons are somewhat lower than those at the corresponding
latitudes in other continents, such as North America or Western Europe. The temperatures in Seoul,
which is in the latitude of Richmond, Va., are closer to those in New York which is located 500
kilometers (300 miles) farther north from the latitude of Seoul. The variation of annual mean
temperature ranges from 10℃ to 16℃ except for the mountainous areas. August is the hottest month
with the mean temperature ranging from 19℃ to 27℃. January is the coldest month with the mean
temperature ranging from -8℃ to 7℃. Annual precipitation is about 1,300mm in the central region.
More than a half of the total rainfall is concentrated in summer, while precipitation in winter is less than
10 percent of the annual total.

The prevailing winds are southeasterly to southwesterly in summer, and northwesterly in winter. The
winds are stronger in winter, from December to February, than those in other seasons. The land-sea
breeze becomes dominant with weakened monsoon winds in the transitional months, September and
The relative humidity is the highest in July with 80 percent to 90 percent nationwide, and is the lowest in
January and April with 30 percent to 50 percent. It has a moderate value of about 70 percent in
September and October. The monsoon front approaches the Korean Peninsula from the south in late
June, moving gradually to the north. Significant rainfall occurs when a stationary front spreads over the

The rainy season over Korea, the so-called jangma, continues for a month from late June to late July. A
short period of rainfall comes in early September when the monsoon front retreats back to the north.
This rain occurs over a period of 30-40 days in June through July at all points of South Korea, and
accounts for more than 50 percent of annual precipitation in most regions.
Annually, about 28 typhoons occur in the western Pacific, and only two or three among them approach
the Korean Peninsula between July and October.

Precipitation distribution on the Korean Peninsula is mainly affected by orography. The southern coastal
and its adjacent mountain regions have the largest amount of annual precipitation which is over
1,500mm (60 inches). The sheltered upper Amnokgang (Yalu) river basin in the north, on the other
hand, experiences less than 600mm (24 inches). Since the precipitation is larger in the crop growing
areas in the south, water needs for agriculture are normally well met. Even though the annual mean

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precipitation is more than 1,200mm (48 inches), Korea often experiences drought due to the large
fluctuation and variation of rainfall, making the management of water resources difficult.

Four Seasons

Spring begins during the middle of March in the central part of the country, and toward the end of April
in the northern region. Spring is rather short in the north. As the Siberian high pressure front weakens,
the temperature rises gradually. Yellow sand which originates in the desert or arid areas of Mongolia
and China, known as hwangsa, occasionally blows into Korea during early spring. The hwangsa often
causes low visibility and eye irritation.

Summer can be divided into two periods; jangma, a rainy period which occurs during the early summer
months, and a hot and humid period which occurs in August. Rainfall during the summer time is
characterized by heavy showers. Daily precipitation often exceeds 100mm (4 inches), with extremes
topping 300mm (12 inches). Occasional storms caused by typhoons that pass through the peninsula
sometimes cause a great deal of damage, although the loss of life is rare. Regional temperature
contrasts are not very striking during the summer season although the northern interior and the littoral
are cooler than the southern region. In August, the temperature rises abruptly as the jangma front
moves north toward Manchuria. During this period, the weather becomes extremely hot and humid,
particularly in the western plains and the Nakdonggang river basin area. The daily high temperature
often rises to over 37°C (100°F). Nights are also hot and humid.

Autumn is known for crisp weather, lots of sunlight and the changing colors of tree leaves. Beginning in
October, the continental air mass brings dry, clear weather. Traditionally, Koreans enjoy the season of
harvest with festivities of chuseok which is one of the most important national holidays in Korea. It is
often referred to as the Korean version of the American Thanksgiving. Autumn in Korea can be
summed up with the simple words of an old Korean saying “The sky is high and the horses get fat.”

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The arctic air from the interior of the Asian continent brings bitter cold and dry weather and occasional
snowfall, while also adding warmth to the cold and dry winter weather periodically. Significant regional
climate variations are caused by differences in elevation and proximity to the seas as well as by
differences in latitudinal location. The monthly mean temperature during the month of January differs by
about 20 degrees centigrade between the northern and the southern peninsula. Snow remains longer
on the ground in the north. The frost-free period varies from about 130 days in the northern interior to
about 180 days in the central region. On the southern coast, it lasts roughly 225 days of the year.

2. Student Services

General Student Service Center (종합민원실)

 Official Certificate, Transcript Issuance Service
                                      Location : Student Union building 2 F
                                      Tel : 055) 751- 5018
                                      Students are able to obtain additional copies of their Academic-
                                      transcript , Certificate of Enrollment and Certificate of
                                      Studentship from General Student Service Center.
                                      There are Automated Transcript Machines for their convenience in
                                      front of the center.


3. Academic Life

GNU Student Card
                                             An academic assistant in each department will also help
                                             you to fill out the application for a student card which can
                                             be used as a cash card. This means you have to open a
                                             bank account to get issued your student card. You can't

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borrow books from the library and get access to the computer centers at GNU without your student card.

Academic Support
Academic Support is integral to fostering Academic Excellence in students. As a GNU student, you will
find many individuals and offices employed expressly to help you be a better student. Your faculty
members are the first resource for students who need help with a course. Gyeongsang National
University faculty keeps office hours (9:00~18:00, Mon~Fri) so students can get the academic support
they need. Asking questions outside of class about grades and clarification about course assignments
are not considered rude or disrespectful when handled tactfully. Academic Advisors are exchange
faculty members who accompany their students to GNU and work as their counselors. They are hired
by GNU during the exchange period and assist their students with time management, course selection,
and program requirements, which are all essential for academic excellence. Administrative assistants
are a valuable resource for GNU international students. International students can depend on
administrative assistants for whatever difficulties they need to work.

Course Registration
Advice on course selection, graduation requirements, and registration is given by an academic
assistant in each department. New international students need to enroll in courses on the first day of
the semester, while current international students should confer with their academic assistant during the
official enrollment period.

Grading System
Student performance is usually graded on a 100 point scale. Except for a few courses, students are
subjected to a bell-curve way of grading.

  Score    100~95 94~90          89~85      84~80 79~75 74~70            69~65   64~60

  Grade        A+         A        B+         B          C+      C        D+        D
Failure: F, F-grades will not appear on your academic transcripts

Each course is independently assessed in one semester. Usually a three-credit course consists of three
hours per week of classroom teaching for 16 weeks all within one semester.

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Korean Language Course
GNU offers regular Korean Language Courses each semester that consist of six levels. Each course
runs for 15weeks. Students should take a placement test before the beginning of classes.
< Graduate Students only >
Korean Language Course is designed to promote the international students‟ understanding of Korean
language and also culture.
- 4hours a week in a semester (12week course)
- Free course

4. Administrative Offices

 Offices Academics Affairs
  ☎ 055)751-5021

 The Office of Academic Affairs handles university's regulations, faculty administration, student

 records management, and class assignments.

 Office of Student Affairs and Support

 ☎ 055)751-5031

 The Office of Student Affairs and Support handles student activities, student welfare, scholarships,

 student job placements, and overseas & advanced study counseling.

 International Office
 ☎ 055)751-6229

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 - Chong Suk Lee

 Giving general Information to international students & scholar including Immigration & Visa information,

 - So Jin Choi

 Exchange agreement with universities, management of exchange programs
 - Sung Su Kim
 Exchange agreement with Japanese universities, management of exchange programs

 Graduate School Administration Office

 ☎ 055)751-5089

 Application information, Admission for graduate students etc.

 Student Dormitory Office
 ☎ 055)751-6651

 General Information about dormitory

 The School of Language Education and International Programs (SOLEIP)

  ☎ 055)751-6169, 5141

  SOLEIP offers a variety of language courses six sessions a year. These language courses include

  English Conversation, English Grammar, TOEIC, TOEFL, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, and French Language


5. Facilities on Campus

GNU Library is composed of three main libraries and two branch libraries :
      Central Library         Academic Information Library          Muncheongak
      Medical                 Law Library                Marine Science Library
Library has 700,000 books, over 2,300 different kinds of scientific journals and a large amount of information on
other media, including video tape and CD-Rom.       Also, it gives access to a broad range of electronic resources,
such as an electronic index of reference works, full text journals and books, and statistical databases.

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                                                                         Information Desk

   Opening       Hours                                                   Central Library 1F (☎ 751-5104)
   Weekdays 09:00~18:00, Saturdays 09:00~13:00                           Students can get help on how to use the
                                                                         library and find materials or to get
   Extended Opening
   Central Library, Medical Library only
                                                                         The Information Desk handles special ID
   Weekdays 18:00~21:00, Saturdays 13:00~16:00                           card    issuance,    re-issuance    overdue
                                                                         books including lost books and articles.

 Period of Lending and Numbers of Books allowed to be borrowed.
                     User Type                    Number     Period
                                                                         Lending Reservation (☎ 751-5105)
                      Faculties                     20       3 mon.
                                                                         You can make a reservation to borrow
       Graduate Students, Assistant Staff                                books if they are already hecked out.
                                                    10           1 mon
          Teachers of Affiliated Schools                                 To do this, you can click "blue bottom
                  Undergraduates                     5       10days      (Reservation)"on the search monitor.
                  Emeritus, Part-time lecturers     10           1 mon   As soon as reserved books are returned
                                                                         to the library, e-mail an will automatically
                     Students taking time off
   ID Card                                           5       10days      be sent to you.
                      temporarily, Citizens

 Lending - Returning (Central Library 1F ☎ 751-5103, 5105)
  The range of lending materials
     A number of domestic and foreign books can be lent except for reference books, magazines, journals and
     nonbook materials.
  Lending Procedure
   > Please use the search system in order to find the call numbers and then locate the book using that number.
   > Check out the books to be borrowed at the lending corner on the first floor of the Central Library or use the
      automatic lending machine.
     Books should be returned by the due date. If you want to recheck them out again, it is possible but they may
     only be renewed once.

Special ID Card Issuance (☎ 751-5104)
   - Students taking time off the institution temporarily
   - Students working on their thesis
   - Emeritus, visiting professors
   - Researchers

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   - Part-time lecturers
   - Staff in the affiliated institutions or libraries
   - Citizens approved by the Director of the GSNU Library
 Reading Room
 The room has 3025 seats in different types of rooms such as carrel (private cubicles) and group rooms for
 Application for book purchase (☎ 751-5099)
 You can request the purchase of a book which is not in the library as shown on the library's web site.
 The request could be rejected if the book is inappropriate for the library or is expensive foreign literature.
 Lending - Copying in cooperative institutions (☎ 751-6559)
 The Academic Information Center on the 3F offers the service of borrowing or copying materials from other
 domestic, foreign cooperating libraries.
 - Lending Procedure
 > Please fill out the literature copy application form in the Domestic Asian Academic Journal Room on the library's
 web site.
 - Possible copying materials
 > A Partial copy of a book
 > A Partial copy or full copies of a thesis
 > Copies of articles in a periodical
 Information Retrieval
 - Complete academic Information retrieval
 - Brief bibliography
 - Detailed bibliography
 - Condition of books
 - Management of individual information, User login
 - Domestic full text information

Student Union Building
Many amenities are ready for the comfort of GNU students in this building. The Student Union Building is home to a
number of student services, a post office, two hair-stylist a photo development shop, copy center, shoe repair shop,
music record shop, convenience store, cell phone store, and organizations, including the university bookstore, a
beauty shop, barbershop, eyewear shop, photo studio, travel agency, computer service-and-sales shop, and other
stores. The building also houses student cafeterias, the faculty cafeteria, the student newspaper and broadcasting
facilities, and offices for various student organizations, including the student council and student clubs.

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Computer Center
The Computer Center manages the overall administrator of the university’s computer and networking
system. The Computer Center is composed of four departments and one training center: Administration,
Information Systems Development, Network Management, Computer Training, and the Multimedia
Education Support Center. The major functions of the departments are listed below.
Administration Office
The Administration Department is charged with the accounting, material management and procurement,
and general operation of the center.
 - Tel : 82-55-751-5131
 - Fax : 82-55-751-6129
 - Homepage :
 - Location : Gajwa Campus, Bld 26, 1F, Academic Information Library 2F
Computer Training
The Computer Training Department provides computer and Internet training to the university staff. In
addition, the department trains elementary and middle school teachers and others who administer their
schools’ computer networks, which are part of the Gyeongnam Regional Education Network system.
☎ 82-55-751-6551, Academic Information Library 2F

Campus Safety
☎ 055) 751-5112 (6112) Campus Patrol Service, Security issues, Questions about campus safety.

※ Korean National Police Agency, Office of Foreign Affairs
Jinju Branch ☎ 055) 742-1208
Official Homepage :

6. Housing

Dormitory Housing
GNU's main campus has seven dormitories, four houses for males and three buildings for females. The
dormitories house a total of 1,658 students, 892 males and 766 females. A mix of Korean and foreign
students live in the dormitory to provide an international atmosphere. Each dormitory has shared
washroom and shower areas, laundry facilities, lounge areas with TV and video equipment, and laundry

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facilities. Dorm rooms are western-style, with twin beds. In addition to a bed, each person is provided
with a wardrobe, a desk, and a small bookcase but students must provide their own blankets and pillow.
Each room has curtains and an overhead light. The Dormitory complex has a cafeteria, study area,
computer room, music room, ping pong tables, DVD theater, indoor and outdoor exercise areas, and
bicycle racks. English Only Zone dormitory (Apartment style) #6 and #7 are for students who wish to
take part in the EZ program, which is consists of 180 hours of English instruction in an International
environment where all student must only speak English. Also, Tongyeong campus also has a dormitory
accommodation as above.

Administration Office
- Tel : 82-55-751-6651 / 6652
- Fax : 82-55-751-6653
- E-mail :
- Homepage :


                              Spring Semester         Summer Vacation       Fall Semester          Winter Vacation
   Application Period          ~Late in Dec.          ~    Early in July   ~ Early in July     ~     Early in Dec.

                                                       First come first                             First come first
          Selection            Middle of Feb.                               Early in Aug.
                                                            served                                     served
   Period of Dormitory
                               ~Middle of Feb.            Early in July    ~ Middle of Aug.         Early in Dec
      Fee Payment
     Opening Date                     Mar. 1           Middle of July          Sep. 1              Middle of Dec

Applications should be directed to the dormitory office during the student selection period. There are 4
sessions for the application

Price (※Prices include meals)
The dormitory fees for the 2006 fall semester were as follows. Price is subject to change.
                                      Male Students                                 Female Students
                                                          Two Bed
                      Four Bed Room                                                  Two Bed Room
   Room                                                    Room
                        (Bld. #1,2)
                                                          (Bld. #3)
  Korean               711,940 won                    751,900 won                       778,540 won
※ Meal is not provided Oct, 5~Oct, 7. 2006 during Choosuk (Korean Thanksgiving Day) and Feb, 17~Feb, 19.

2007 during Seolnal( Lunar New Years Day)holidays.

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Under no circumstances is cooking permitted in the dormitory rooms, as it is both a fire and sanitary
hazard. Please note that there is a strictly enforced 12:00 a.m. curfew at the dorm for all students. No
guests are allowed in the dormitory, and that there is no visitation between the men's and women's

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Dormitory Meal Schedule
                                   Weekday                      Weekend/Holiday
       Breakfast                 07:30~09:00                      08:00~09:00
        Lunch                    11:40~13:30                      12:00~13:00
        Dinner                   17:30~19:00                      17:30~18:40

                                               Meal Card
                                               Students are provided with meals from the dormitory
                                               cafeteria. You should bring the meal card when you
                                               have a meal at the dormitory cafeteria. You can apply
                                               this card at the Dormitory Administration Office when
                                               you register your room.

They can also buy their meals in one of the other college cafeterias or in many restaurants around the
university area. Nearby bakeries have coffee and sandwiches for breakfast, and both pizza shops
and Chinese restaurants deliver to the dormitory. Cafeteria meals in GNU cost about 1,500~2,800
won per a meal.

Off-Campus Housing

Boarding House
The cost of staying in a boarding house is around US$300~400 a month. Students will have a single
room. Two Korean style meals (breakfast and supper) and a light laundry service is provided.

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Rent a room or Studio Apt.
The cost of renting a small studio apartment is around US$ 300 a month. Students will need to cook for
themselves. They can also rent a small house, especially a studio apartment under a one year contract.

Host Family/ Home stay
Students interested in meeting Korean families are encouraged to stay with a host family. Cultural
exchanges and friendships develop as students spend time with their host families. Depending on the
family, activities can include trips, eating dinner, and visiting certain areas in Gyeongnam Province.
 * Free board is only available to students who live in the dormitories.

 7. Extracurricular Activities

 University Clubs & Societies
   History & Heritage Clubs            The Korean Warrior Society        The Hansil Tennis Club
   The History Buffs                   The Ssawul Abi                    The GNU Ping Pong Club
   GNU Academy                         The Blue Crane Society            The GNU Scuba Club
   The Spirit of Korea Club            The Hwarang Society               The Tongyoung Scuba Club
   The GNU Korean History Society      The Zenith Society                The GNU Fishing Club
   The Korean Legacy Club              Maek                              The Leisure Town Club
   The Bamboo Dew Club                 The Gyeongsang Righteous Way      The Island Hoppers
   The Hansil Tea Lovers Club          Society                           The Chilam Soccer Club
                                       The Gyeongsang Fencing Club       The ACE Baseball Club
   Literary Clubs                      The One Mind Taekwondo Club       The 2-5 Club The TAS Club
   The Woolryok Literary Group         The Hong Kil-tong Fighting Club   The Pagoonees Basketball Club
   The Chonwon Literary Group                                            The Mountain-River Club
   Minerva                                                               The Mountain Partners Club
   The Fresh Feelings Group                                              The Empty Net Bag Club
                                                                         The Hansil Badminton Club
   Foreign Language Clubs                                                The Kyongyang Soccer Club
   The Newsweek Study Group                                              The Libero Soccer Club
   The GNU Times Study Group           Sports & Outdoor Recreation       The Complex Basketball Club
   The Korea Times Reading Group       The Sky Run Club                  The IMPS Basketball Club
   The Visual English Conversation     The GNU Climbing Club             The Tongyoung Sailing Club
   Group                               The GNU Volleyball Club           The Tongyoung Sea Lovers Club
   The D.B.C. English Conversation     The GNU Baseball Club
   Group                               The GNU Bowling Club              Internationally Affiliated Clubs
   The Japanese Language Study Group The Tongyoung Bowing Club           People to People
   The Chilam English Study Group      The GNU Basketball Club           Sea Explorers of Korea
                                       The GNU Soccer Club               The Korea Youth Hostel Association
   Martial Arts Clubs                  The GNU Tennis Club               The GNU Boy Scouts

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The GNU Red Cross                     The Tongyoung Rotaract Club
The GNU HAM Radio Club                GNU's Korea Youth Association
The UNESCO Student's Association      Moral Re-Armament
The Gajwa Youth JC                    Green Scouts
The Tongyoung Youth JC
The Gajwa Rotaract Club
Religious Groups                      Dandelion Evangelical Group       The Earth Club
Campus Crusade for Christ             One Love Evangelical Group        The GNU Signing Group
The Catholic Students' Group          Evangelical Students Fellowship   The GNU Lions Scouts
The Chilam Catholic Students Group    Students for Christ               The GNU Nature Club
The Tongyoung Catholic Students       The Prajna Club                   The Friendship Club
Group                                 The CMF Group                     The Evergreen Club
The Buddhist Students' Group          The CCC Club                      The Heath Care Study Group
GNU's YMCA                            The Big Buddha Group
University Bible Fellowship           Community Service Clubs

Painting & Photography                The Hermes Group
The GSNU Calligraphy Club             The Essence Group
The Vestiges                          The Open Sound Group
The GSNU Art Appreciation Club        The Medical Strings
The Woodprints Club                   The Ensemble Club
Focus                                 The Empty Space Club
The Free Drawer's Club                The Arpeggio Club
                                                                        Politics, Philosophy, & Agendas
The Image Club                        The Tapankne Drama Club
                                                                        The Freedom Criers
                                                                        The Pollsters
Music & Performing Arts               Hobbies & Other Interests
                                                                        The Philosophers
The Baroque Music Club                The Hardware-Software Club
                                                                        The GSNU Society for Agricultural
The Traditional Court Music Club      The GSNU Computopians
The Bright Star Club                  Konapus
                                                                        The New Age Club
The Baby Strings Club                 The GSNU Paduk Society
                                                                        The Scarecrows The Heart & Mind
The Classical Music Study Group       The Triangular Wheel Club
The Echo Club                         The Medicoms
Korean Traditional Arts Study Group   The Black and White Paduk Club
                                                                        Other Clubs
The GSNU Korean Flute Club            The Primitives
                                                                        The V-Shop Club
The GSNU Drama Club                   The GSNU Marine Corps Alumni
                                                                        The One World Club
The Dawning Light Club                Association
                                                                        The Ivy Club
The South River Club                  The Blue Dragon Fraternity
                                                                        The Whistlers Club
The Sound of Light Club
                                                                        The Old Flame Club

Religious Activities
The most popular religion is Buddhism. Several Buddhist temples are found around Jinju. Haein

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-sa, Tongdo-sa, Jicji-sa, and Dasol-sa are very famous ones, though there are still a lot of
smaller temples. These temples offer Temple Stay Programs so that you can experience
monks' daily life for a day. The second most popular religion in Korea is Protestantism. There
are many protestant churches around Jinju where you can attend Sunday Services. Catholicism
is also a prevalent religion in Korea. There are several religious services conducted in English
nearby. If you wish to attend services or mass in English or other languages, and wish to know
about other religious services, consult the Saturday edition of the Korea Times or the Korea

English Worship Service H.I.M(Hosanna Church)
H.I.M invites you to its English Service at 5:00 pm every Sunday.
It is a place of worship for English speaking foreigners and Koreans. There are Sunday Bible
studies, praise meetings and fellowship.
English services are held at the 7th Floor in the 3rd Education Building.

8. Health Issues

GNU Hospital
Gyeongsang National University Hospital is the largest in Jinju and is a seven minute taxi-drive
from the main campus. This hospital is the best in town and the best place to go in an
- Location : Chilam Campus, 92 Chilamdong

- Tel : 055) 751-8000

First-Aid Clinic
The First-Aid Clinic is a 4-bed clinic and dispensary. It provides first-aid services and counseling,

dispenses medicine and offers flu and hepatitis B inoculations to GNU students, staff, and faculty. In the

1998-99 school year, the clinic had more than 12,500 requests for treatment and counseling.

- Location : Gazwa Campus, Student Union Building 1F

- Opening Hours : Weekdays : 9:00 ~ 18:00,    Saturdays : 9:00 ~ 13:00

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- Tel : 751-5152

Health Insurance
Every GNU students should purchase Insurance which covers Medical treatment or Accident.
This is necessary item for your safer stay in other country and provision of your future. The cost
of health care in Korea is very high without insurance. If you are an insurance subscriber,
please summit a copy of Insurance Card to the International Office or take one company of
insurance items below with reference.
National Health Insurance Cooperation, Branch Office in JInju
- Location : 439-5 Shin-ahn Dong, JInju
- Tel : 055) 740-5144
- Insurance fees : Fees per month are 44,500 won. (Students 30% Discount ; 31,150 won)
 You should pay three months’ fee in advance.
- Certificate of Studentship , A copy of Alien Registration Card is needed.
AIG (American Home Assurance Korea)
Branch Office in JInju
- Tel : 055) 746-7701 , 02) 3140-1788

Dong –bu Insurance Company, Branch Office in Jinju
- Tel : 055) 741- 5225

Off- Campus Facilities
Dr. Lee's Medical Clinic (이영곤 내과의원)
Dr. Lee Young-gon (이영곤) practices internal medicine and speaks fair English. He is well-
mannered with foreign patients and his clinic is very clean and comfortable. It is located
downtown, on the second floor, above the Bando Pharmacy, next to the KFC restaurant. Please
take bus No.27 or 17 to get there and get off on the second (or third) stop after crossing the
river. The bus will stop right in front of Kookmin Bank and KFC. No appointment is necessary.
The telephone number is 757-7588.

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New York Dental Clinic (뉴욕 치과)
There are two English speaking dentists that we know of.
The first one is an American trained dentist who speaks fluent English. The foreign instructors at
GNU who have been there were pleased with his work. His name is Kang Dae-sung (강대성)
and his dental clinic is located near Shinandong after crossing the Chonsoo Bridge. The sign for
the clinic is orange. Bus 26 goes past his clinic. Call 747-2828 for an appointment and the better
directions. Another dentist is a former high school English Teacher who is highly spoken of by
some Korean staff members. His name is Soe Sam-suck (소삼석). His clinic's address is 46-4
Mangkyeong Namdong. The phone number is 762-9850 or 017-642-5706. You can also email
him at

Kang Jin-soo Dermatic Clinic (강진수 피부과의원)
He speaks fair English and is patient when explaining his diagnosis. It is located on the
second floor opposite side of the Myeongsin Building near Jinju City Hall.
The phone number is 753-5788 or 016-831-8067.

Pharmacies (약국)
You can get general medicine without a Doctor's written diagnosis but not specific medicine.
The closest pharmacy from GNU is located near a small Gaeyang bus stop. You can get simple
general medicine like digestion pills or Aspirin in several supermarkets behind the back gate of

9. General Information

           Post Office
It is in the outdoor section of the Student Union Building, above the copy center. For low-cost shipping of

padded envelops, ask for the „small package service‟.

- Office Hours : 9:00 am-6:00 pm Monday through Friday.

- Tel : 055) 751-5232

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 University Address

        Dormitory Building No.□, Room No.□□□
        Gyeongsang National University
        900 Gajwadong, Jinju, Gyeongnam, South Korea

         (Zipcode) 660-701

             Your Name □□□

          Making Phone Calls
You can use the phone in your room, which is only available in dormitory.
Please find out your phone number on the phone book list in door.

    In your dormitory room, please dial only XXXX
    Outside school, in Gyeongnam Province, please dial 751-XXXX
    Outside Gyeongnam Province such as in Seoul or in Busan, please dial 055-751-XXX
    Outside Korea when your parents or friend in your country try to call you, please dial

International Driving License
If you plan on driving in Korea, obtain an International Driving License before leaving your home
country. Be aware that, accidents can be extremely costly and time-consuming, since the
investigation can take several months, during which you will not be allowed to depart the
country. You are required to have Insurance to carry out any possible problems promptly.

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 Route                           Timetable                                Service Times

 Seoul → Jinju                   08:30 12:30 17:15 22:00 23:50            5 times per day

 Jinju → Seoul                   07:15 09:35 12:40 16:15 21:18            5 times per day

 Jinju → Busan                   13:30 14:50                              2 times per day

 Jinju → Gwangju                 10:50 24:18                              2 times per day

Express Bus
                                                                 Allocating Car
 Departure             Arrival                 Timetable                                  Time
 Jinju                 Seoul                   06:10~20:00       20~30min.                3hr.50min.

 Jinju                 Busan                   06:00~21:00       30min.                   1hr.30min.

 Jinju                 Daegu                   06:40~20:00       50~60min.                2hr.10min.

 Jinju                 Daejeon                 06:30~20:00       1hr.                     2hr.30min.

 Jinju                 Gwangju                 07:00~19:00       1hr.30min.               2hr.45min.

Transportation Information in Jinju
 Classification                                        Phone
                           Korean Air Lines            055) 854-0111, 1588-2001
 Jinju, Sacheon Airport
                           Asiana Airlines             055) 854-2222, 1588-8000
 Jinju Express Bus Terminal                            055) 758-3111, 752-1001

 Jinju Cross-country Bus Terminal                      055) 741-6039

 Jinju Station                                         055) 752-7788


Purchase a mobile-phone
Mobile phones are not necessary but can be VERY convenient. If you wish to purchase a cell
phone you have many choices, but the least expensive option is to purchase a second-handed
phone with a rechargeable prepaid services. The start-up cost is about 80,000 won. Talk to
some of the international students who have them.
Shopping Malls
Even though Jinju is a small city, there are several resources for finding the goods and services

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you need. Here are a few of the places which internationals find useful.
E-Mart is the biggest store in Jinju. It is similar to a discount department store/grocery store.
Bus #17 loops around and passes by E-Mart. It closes at 10:00 pm.

Top-Mart is the closest large grocery store. It is about a five minute bus ride on bus 17 or 27.
Top-Mart also accepts credit cards.
When you can't find that specific item that you crave or need you can always try
This service offers a variety of foreign foods which will be delivered right to your door within a day or two.
If you don't see what you want on the web site call the guy and he can usually find what you want (for a

Cultural Space                                                    Theater / Movies

Jinju National Museum
Gyeongnam Jinju Namsungdong 169-17                                MB-CINE
                                                                  Gazwadong JINJU MBC 700-1
Tel: 055)742-5951/2
                                                                  Tel: 055)763-1435
Gyeongnam Culture &       Art Center
Gyeongnam Jinju Chilamdong 500-15
Tel: 055)759-0501~4                           Lotte cinema
Cultural Street Namgaram Munwhageori
                                                                  Jungahndong 12-13
„Namgaram Munwhageori‟ was designated as the first
                                                                  Tel: 055-745-638
model of „Culture & Art Street‟ in Korea. Located in the
middle of the metro area, it shows traditions and unique
characteristics of Jinju as a city of history, culture and art.
Insa-dong Antique Street                                          Primus cinema
Located behind the „General Social Welfare Center‟                Deahndong 13-13 Mall Age building 6th floor
under the Jinjuseong Castle, this Antique Street is a             Tel: 1544-5522
trading area for cultural assets including folk products.
With many interesting things to see, it has become
famous as one of the tourist attractions in Jinju.

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National Holidays in Korea

Popular, national and religious holidays are listed here. On all national holidays, almost all
governmental agencies close, including GNU.

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                                       설날 Seolnal (Lunar New year's day)

Seolnal is the biggest holiday in Korea. The Koreans enjoy three days of holidays in a row, a    Jan. 1
day before and after Seolnal. There are a great assortment of Seolnal traditional customs.      on lunar
Please check these out on this.      ※ website:                                   calender

                                   추석 Choosuk (Korean Thanks Giving day)

It is the second biggest holiday in Korea. As Korea was based on an agricultural society,
                                                                                                 Aug. 15
which pays attention to lunar seasonal changes, Korean ancestors used to wish for an
                                                                                                (on Lunar
abundant harvest and prolificity on the first fullmoon day of harvesting time. This Korean      Calendar)
custom still remains through the Choosuk holiday. It has a variety of traditional games.

                                     삼일절 Samiljeol (Independence Day)

This holiday is to cherish the memory of the deceased independence activists who
                                                                                                March 1
participated in a large-scale independence movement on March 1. 1919.

                                               어린이날 Children's day

All over the world many children are suffering from labor abuse or maltreatment. This holiday
                                                                                                 May 5
was established to keep their rights by Child lover Bang Jeong-whan.
                                        부처님 오신날 Buddha's Birthday
                                                                                                 April 8
The most popular religion in Korea is Buddhism. Most of the Korean Buddhists go to temples
                                                                                                (on lunar
nearby to celebrate Buddha's birthday on this day.                                              Calendar)
                                     현충일 Hyeonchoongil (Memorial Day)

Many Korean soldiers and patriotic martyrs had been sacrificed to keep Korean sovereignty.
                                                                                                 June 6
This is to mourn their spirits of sacrifice.
                                      제현절 Jeheonjeol (Constitution Day)

It is to celebrate the establishment of the Korean Constitution.                                July 17

                                  광복절 Gwangbockjeol (Independence Day)

Korea took back its sovereignty as Japan surrendered to the Allied Forces in 1945. This is to
                                                                                                 Aug. 15
celebrate its Independence from Japan's domination over the Han peninsular.
                                개천절 Gaecheonjeol (Foundation day of Korea)

Korea was founded by Dangoon B.C. 2333 with the Foundation Doctrine of “Be widely good
                                                                                                October 3
for people.” (홍익인간) To celebrate this it was established as one of the biggest holidays.

                                                성탄절 (Christmas)

Korea also celebrates Christmas as a big holiday.                                               Dec. 25

Currency Exchange & Money Management

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Nonghyup Bank in GNU

To open an account you need to take your passport to the bank and be willing to spend up to an
hour in the process. It is not difficult, but communication difficulties might make it go slowly.
- Opening hours : Monday-Friday 9:00-4:30, Tel : 751-5231
※ ATM Hours
All ATMs on campus close at 5:00 pm except for the machines at the bank. They close at
10:00 pm, like other ATMs in Korea.

Korean Coins

Korean coins come in denominations of 10 won, 50 won, 100 won, and 500 won. Korean paper
currency comes in 1000 won, 5000 won, and 10,000 won. Korean coins are not all the same
size or the same color. Korean paper currency is almost the same size but different color.

          10 won                50 won                 100 won                    500 won

Korean Bills

                                 1,000 won

                                 5,000 won

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                               10,000 won

10. Korean Alphabets

Korean Alphabets : Hangeul
ㄱ(g, k)      ㄴ(n)      ㄷ(d, t)      ㄹ(r, l)      ㅁ(m)     ㅂ(b, p)        ㅅ(s)   ㅇ(ng)        ㅈ(j)
ㅊ(ch)     ㅋ(k)    ㅌ(t)     ㅍ(p)     ㅎ(h)
ㅏ(a) ㅑ(ya) ㅓ(eo) ㅕ(yeo) ㅗ(o) ㅛ(yo) ㅜ(u) ㅠ(yu) ㅡ(eu) ㅣ(i)

     ㄱ       ㄴ    ㄷ       ㄹ    ㅁ      ㅂ      ㅅ        ㅇ   ㅈ   ㅊ      ㅋ     ㅌ     ㅍ    ㅎ

 ㅏ   가       나    다       라    마      바      사        아   자   차      카     타     파    하

 ㅑ   갸       냐    댜       랴    먀      뱌      샤        야   쟈   챠      캬     탸     퍄    햐

 ㅓ   거       너    더       러    머      버      서        어   저   처      커     터     퍼    허

 ㅕ   겨       녀    뎌       려    며      벼      셔        여   져   쳐      켜     텨     펴    혀

 ㅗ   고       노    도       로    모      보      소        오   조   초      코     토     포    허

 ㅛ   교       뇨    됴       료    묘      뵤      쇼        요   죠   쵸      쿄     툐     표    효

 ㅜ   구       누    두       루    무      부      수        우   주   추      쿠     투     푸    후

 ㅠ   규       뉴    듀       류    뮤      뷰      슈        유   쥬   츄      큐     튜     퓨    휴

 ㅡ   그       느    드       르    므      브      스        으   즈   츠      크     트     프    흐

 ㅣ   기       니    디       리    미      비      시        이   지   치      키     티     피    히


1. 안녕하세요. (Hello)                (That's all right)               7. 잠깐만 기다려 주십시오
2. 도와 주세요(Help me)               5. 만나서 반갑습니다                     (Wait a minutes, please)
3. 지금 몇 시 입니까?                   (Nice to meet you)               8. 실례합니다 (Excuse me)
(What time is it, now?)          6. 안녕히 계세요                       9. 감사합니다 (Thank you)
4. 괜찮습니다 .                       (Good bye)                       10. 미안합니다 (I'm sorry)

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11. 준비 되었습니까?                           (Let's take a break)                   삼 3, 셋 three
(Are you ready?)                        17. 택시 타자!                             사 4, 넷 four
12. 괜찮아요?                               (Let's take a cab.)                    오 5, 다섯 five
(Are you all right?)                    18. 외식하자!                              육 6, 여섯 six
13. 지금 바쁘신가요?                           (Let's eat out.)                       칠 7, 일곱 seven
(Are you busy now?)                     19. 점심드셨어요?                            팔 8, 여덟 eight
14. 아파요                                 (Did you have a lunch?)                구 9, 아홉 nine
(I feel sick)                                                                  십 10, 열 ten
15. 피곤합니다!                              <Number>
(I feel really tired)                   일 1, 하나 one
16. 잠깐 쉽시다                              이 2, 둘 two

11. Immigration Information

Alien Registration Card

You must apply for a Residence Permit at the
national staying in Korea for more than 90 days or more must register as a resident alien. When
you register as an alien, you are issued an Alien Registration Card, which is needed in a variety
of circumstances. You are legally obliged to have it on your person. Alien registration should be
done at the Immigration Office with jurisdiction for the area in w
hich the applicant lives. The purpose of registering foreign nationals is for the fair supervision of
resident foreigners, by clearly defining their residence and status. Citizens of the Republic of
Korea are subject to the Resident Registration System.

Alien Registration Card (Sample)

       외국인등록증                                                                        등록사항 변경·추가란
                                                                      일 자      구 분           내       용           허가기관 확인자
      790429-2001001                            photo

      HONG GIL DONG                        (24mm×28mm

  서울특별시 동대문구 이문동 349-3                               )
      TAIWAN                     D-2
                                                2002.3.30            체류기간 1           2          3       4      5        6
                    서울출입국관리사무소장                     인
                                                                          을 득 신 은 체 에 어 십 오
                                                                     ※ 이증 습 하 분 우 통 넣 주 시 .Iffound, pleaseput thisintothepostbox.
                                  ☎ (02) 650-6223

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                      < Front >                                                    < Back >

     Documentation         for     Alien Registration              ☞ Jinju City Hall Service

                                                                    Office    of    General      Citizen
?P    - Passport of entry permit
      - Application form
                                                                      (시민봉사실) at Jinju City Hall
      - Three identical portrait photo of yourself
                                                                      1st floor, Tel. 055) 749-2101
       (3㎝ by 4㎝)
                                                                      2nd/4th Wed. of each month
?     - Fee(10,000 won) for Government revenue stamp
                                                                      Office hour 9:00 - 18:00
      - Certificate of Studentship

    D-2 Visa Extension
    Usually international students need to renew their D-2 Student Visa per one year if they are
    issued a Single Type Visa. In order not to get fined the violation penalty, students should extend
    their visa in time at the Masan Immigration Office with the following documentation:

                                                      For the Students staying longer
      For the Current Students
                                                      to complete their thesis

      - Certificate of Studentship
                                                      - Reference from your Academic Advisor
      - Receipt of Tuition Payment
                                                      - A copy of Bank book
      - Copy of bank book (if you have)
                                                      - Passport
      - Certificate of Scholarship
                                                      - Alien Registration Card
      - Passport
                                                      - Application Fees 30,000 won
      - Alien Registration Card
                                                      - VISA Renewal Application Form
      - Application Fees 30,000 won
      - VISA Renewal Application Form

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               How to get to the Jinju City Hall

                                                                    Take Jinju-city Bus NO. 26,
                                                                    33 at the GNU bus stop.
                                                                    There are three bus stops
                                                                    along the road toward the
                                                                    downtown area just outside
                                                                    the main gate.

How to Get to the Masan Immigration Office
You can take a bus at the intercity bus terminal near GNU. Get out through the Back gate and
go straight for about 200m. You can see the road which is connected to the main road. The
station is not a building, but it is a bus stop next to „Baskin Robbins‟. It takes 50minutes to

      Intercity Bus Terminal near GNU

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                                                       The buses to Masan are
                                                       coming every 10 or 15 minutes.
                                                       It cost 4,000 won for one
                                                       way ticket.
                                                       (based on Aug, 2006)


Masan Immigration Office

If you arrived at the Masan bus station, you
can take a taxi across the street. It will cost
about 5,000 won.
    Address: walpodong 2-3, Masan
    Tel: 055) 222- 9272~4
    Fax: 055) 248- 9271

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