The First Korean Language Speaking Contest was held at the 14th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference on April 17th in the Student Union Building. Eleven Korean 102 students participated in the contest and spoke of any topic related to themselves for two minutes entirely in Korean. Dr. Jae Ryu, the President of Idaho Korean Association and Eunyoung Choi, the Director of Sejong Korea Language School judged students speech and their communication skills. Three winners, Cerose Cedoux, Carley Marie Baeta, and Jenni Irene Domanowski, were awarded. You can read the full project abstract at Scholarworks.
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Korean Students Participate in Speech Contest
April 18, 2017 / Categories: Uncategorized
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