Tougher CSAT This Year According to Results

292
CHB

A new analysis shows that Korean language arts, Mathematics and English were more difficult in this year’s College Scholastic Ability Test compared to last year.

According to the results of random scoring, the cut-off score of the first grade of 3 parts has been lowered.

Private education agencies say that they were harder this year as Korean language arts has been set with the integration version this year for the first time.

Source: Busan eFM News


The Latest Haps

NewsEntertainmentLifestyleFood/DrinkTravelSports

Female Bus Passenger Dragged 10 Meters Down the Road

A female bus passenger was dragged 10 meters down the road by a bus when her clothes got caught in its door.

0 comments

Expat Voluntary Crime Preventers Join up With Busan Police

To make Busan a safer city, expats in Busan are stepping up their efforts by joining forces with the police.

0 comments

Female Undercover Cop Brings Down Ulsan’s Infamous “Burberry Man”

Ulsan police have arrested a 50-year-old man accused of exposing himself frequently around a girl’s high school.

0 comments

Man Arrested in Haeundae for Stealing from Foreign Tourists After Buying Them Drinks

Police say the 43-year-old Kim approached 10 foreign tourists at the guesthouses between Mar. 29 to Apr. 12 offering to buy them drinks and then stole cash and valuables including laptops and cell phones worth about 10 million won ($8,700).

0 comments

Monthly Ha Ha Hole Returns Friday Night

This Friday, April 21st, at HQ Bar KSU sees the return of the monthly Ha Ha Hole, Busan’s only live English comedy show.

0 comments

5 Korean Films Make Selection at Cannes This Year

Five Korean films have been selected for the 70th edition of the Cannes Film Festival in 2017.

0 comments

PyeongChang Olympics Names Actor Kim Woo-bin as an Honorary Ambassador

South Korea’s 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics has appointed actor Kim Woo-bin as an honorary ambassador hoping to capitalize on the model turned actor’s popularity across Asia.

0 comments

Where are the Worst Fine-Dust Levels in Busan?

Seomyeon and Haeundae have the worst fine-dust levels in the city according to an analysis of ultra fine dust in Busan.

0 comments

Monthly Ha Ha Hole Returns Friday Night

This Friday, April 21st, at HQ Bar KSU sees the return of the monthly Ha Ha Hole, Busan’s only live English comedy show.

0 comments

10 Second Korean: Busan Dialect 억수로 [ eoksuro ]

Easy and quick Korean expressions!

0 comments

New Zealand Wine Festival Returns for 2017 – May 20th in Seoul and June 3rd in Busan

The New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Korea, known as “The Kiwi Chamber,” will host its annual New Zealand Wine Festival events on Saturday, May 20 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the idyllic Waterfall Garden of the Grand Hyatt Seoul and on Saturday, June 3 from 6:30pm to 10:30pm in the Grand Ballroom at […]

0 comments

Busan Bites: Gugine Nakjibokkeum

Dynamic Busan offers restaurant recommendations from the dongjang, community heads of each neighborhood. This month, we take a look at Gugine Nakjibokkeum in Suyeong-gu.

0 comments

Enjoy Jazz and Wine at Gavi on Friday Nights

Gavi, a restaurant/wine bar located in Seomyeon, is hosting Friday night jazz by Robert Coates from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. weekly.

0 comments

‘Busan Air Cruise’ to Open in May in Songdo Beach

‘Busan Air Cruise’ is set to become the newest tourist attraction in the city with a scheduled opening at the end of May.

0 comments

International Destinations: 5 Reasons to go to Langkawi

Langkawi, also known as the Jewel of Kedah, is a tropical paradise in Malaysia which is a very affordable option for budget travelers looking for relaxation and stunning views.

0 comments

‘Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dreams’ Music Show Begins Today

One of Busan’s biggest tourist attraction draws returns for another year beginning today.

0 comments

Global Gathering International Sports Day 2017 to be Held on Saturday

Global Gathering International Sports Day 2017 will take place at Norimaru playground in Seomyeon on Saturday, April 22, 2017.

0 comments

E-Sports World Championship to be Held in Busan

The “E-Sports World Championship”, also known as the E-sports Olympics, is going to be held in Busan.

0 comments

Watch: Japan vs Korea Final Match 2017 Men’s U19 Asian Volleyball Championship

Here, in its entirety, is the final match between Japan and Korea for the 2017 Men U19 Volleyball Asian Championship. Who won? Sorry, we won’t spoil it for you, but if you are curious, you can go here for the score.

0 comments

Comments

comments

HQ bar