Outside the Classroom
Baylor Taekwondo Club
The links below lead to Korean culture and language activities that might interest students. Both activities are on campus.
Taekwondo is a Korean martial art and sport. It combines combat and self-defense techniques with exercise. Gyeorugi (pronounced “gyeo ru gi”), a type of sparring, has been an Olympic event since 2000.
Sponsor: Sonia Kim Uber (Lecturer in Korean)
President & Contact: Brittany Adams (Brittany_Adams@baylor.edu)
Korean Student Association
The Korean Student Association (KSA), founded in 2000, is open to all Baylor University students -- both Korean and non-Korean -- to learn more about Korean society and culture through films, presentations, games, and trips. KSA students also hold social, cultural, and athletic events and participate in Baylor-wide events and service activities, such as Diadeloso and Steppin' Out.
KSA President and contact: Heather_Yen@baylor.edu
Sponsor: Dr. David Uber, Professor of French, and Kim Uber, Lecturer in Korean.
Korean Conversation Table
The Korean Conversation Table meets every Friday from 2:30-4pm in Draper Room 154. Each meeting is an opportunity to speak Korean at any level and to experience Korean culture.
Please contact Professor Kim Uber to learn more about the Korean Conversation Table!
The Korean Conversation Table does not meet on holiday Fridays.