2019 Winter Personal Essay
2018 Summer Personal Essay
The reason I joined the global camp is that I wanted to be a little different as I approached the field of interest.
Can I speak and speak a language of another country and not of my own?’
So I applied out of curiosity.
With this opportunity, I can study a little deeper in my dream and I can improve speaking and listening to English everyday while staying together with a few opportunities to see foreigners.
And the reason why we chose the subject of women's rights was because Goryeo was the time when women's rights were most respected in the history of the Korean Peninsula, but frankly, we did not inform the textbooks in detail.
I thought I would like to enter this team in this global camp with the social field I am interested in and the topic I usually wondered about.
In particular, women-related topics are a common concern and a problem to be solved. I wanted to see what our ancestors did not know and to find out what to praise and point out.
First of all, there was a lot to explore this topic and learn a lot.
the issue of women's rights that I investigated in Joseon was more serious than people thought.
if a woman loses her husband, she will not be able to remarry for three years and her child will not be able to enter government agencies.
And in Goryeo, which had to do with the theme, it was very impressive that a woman was given a position.
‘Have women ever been given positions?’
I thought it would not have been, but it was really there.
I saw many opinions and knowledge about women's rights in the Goryeo, Joseon, and modern times.
I have conducted a detailed investigation into the discrimination of the class of Joseon and the discrimination in the literature
I wanted to write this forum and feel that everyone would feel serious about the discrimination that women receive and have a lot of thoughts.
And I would like to recommend you to read the book once you are interested in women's human rights.
I was very grateful and grateful to the senior members of our group to see if they were doing well sometimes.