Ewha Woman University
Ewha Womans University, a private female university located in Seoul, was founded in 1886 by Massachusetts resident Mary Scranton while she was in Seoul, serving as a missionary of the American Methodist Episcopal Church.
Academic sessions are led by prominent speakers and government officials such as the governor of North Gyseongsang Province and a South Korean congressman.
Activities in years past have included trips to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), luncheons with the head of International Affairs at Ewha Womans University, visits up the Seoul N-Tower for sunset views, tours of Sinchon and Gangnam neighborhoods, and travels to Gyeongbokgung Palace.
Social events include k-pop karaoke nights in Hongdae, picnics on the Han Ricer, tours of Bukchon hanok village, and Korean barbacue dinners.