Seong-dong gu Holds 'Drive-in University Admission Briefing' at Hanyang University
At Salgogee Park on Spetember 3rd at 6:30 p.m., 200 vehicles can be held
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Hanyang University is participating at Seong-dong gu's 'Drive-in University Admission Briefing' that will be held on September 3rd.
Seong-dong gu announced on the 30th that they will hold the even in a drive-in form, considering the COVID-19 epidemic. The Salgogee park, the place where the briefing will be held, is capable of having 200 vehicles parked.
In the first part of the briefing, the director of 'The Giant's Shoulder Education Center' Kim Hyung-ill will introduce the university entrance strategy on '2021 University Entrance Preparation'. In the second part of the briefing, a university introduction with the admission officers of Hanyang University will be held.
The documents for the briefing will be held out to the participants remaining in their vehicles, along with the body temperature checking. Also, creating the entrance log will be replaced with the vehicle numbers. The passengers within their vehicles should wear masks when going outside of the vehicle or opening up the window, while checking on body temperature and usage of hand sanitizer will also be done.
Students and parents that are interested in the briefing can register for the event until September 3rd at the website of Seong-dong du. More detailed information can be checked on the website.
Global News Team
Translation by: Lee Won-young
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