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  • 2018.04.25
  • [Class] Module 18 Sport Economics
  • This module intends to understand professional sports industry in the framework of economics. Therefore, it is to provide the student with both a theoretical and an applied understanding of the peculiar economic characteristic of a match; demand and supply of sports match; market power of sports teams; economic role of league; competitive balance; player’s labor market. Date : April 16 – April 20, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 6 : Sport Finance and Economics Module 18 : Sport Economics Professor : Young Hoon LEE (School of Economics, Sogang University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2018.04.18
  • [Class] Module 17 Sport Finance
  • The principal objectives of the course is to understand financial theories and apply financial theories in a real business world, especially in sports management. The course offers a chance to understand fields in finance and career path in corporate finance, investments, and management of financial institutions. Date : April 9 – April 13, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 6 : Sport Finance and Economics Module 17 : Sport Finance Professor : Chae JOON (Business School, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2018.04.05
  • [Class] Module 16 Sport Industry
  • This module examines the impact influence and growth of global sport organisations and their interrelationship with global sport events, broadcasters and commercial partners. It traces the evolution of the sport marketplace from its amateur origins to a global business identifying and examining organisations that exemplify the global sport marketplace. The role, function and economic drivers of sport organisations and associated professional sport leagues will be examined to determine the scope of their operations and impact of sport globally. Date : March 26  – 30, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 6 : Sport Finance and Economics Module 16 : Sport Industry Professor : David Shilbury (School of Management and Marketing, Deakin University, AUSTRAILIA)  
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  • 2018.03.26
  • [Class] Module 15 Sport Technology & Health Promotion
  • The course focuses on basic biomechanical and neuromechanical principles and how these principles apply to the human musculoskeletal system and to human movements. Also, this course provides an opportunity that students can be familiarized with terminology used in human movement science, specifically in biomechanics and sports technology. The students will be able to have an understanding of basic bio-mechanical and neuromechanical measurement technology which apply to the human musculoskeletal system.   Date : March 19 – 23, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 5 : Sport Science & Technology Module 15 : Sport Technology & Health Promotion Professor : Jaebum PARK & ChungGun LEE (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)    
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  • 2018.03.19
  • [Class] Module 14 Sport & Exercise Science
  • This course provides the students with an opportunity to discuss general concepts pertaining to health and exercise. Further, this course will enable students to explore and discuss issues in health and exercise from management and administrative perspective. Date : March 12 – 16, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 5 : Sport Science & Technology Module 14 : Sport & Exercise Science Professor : Wook SONG (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA) & Yongho Lee (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2018.03.13
  • [Class] Module 13 Sport & Motor Control
  • This module introduces the way of performance improvement by explaining the concept of timing enhancement strategy, mental training for peak performance, aging and performance, and sports and brain. Also, the course covers the relationship between aging and performance and puts emphasis on exercises. Date : March 5 – 9, 2017 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 5 : Sport Science & Technology Module 13 : Sport & Motor Control Professor : Seonjin KIM (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2018.02.14
  • [Team Project] DTM visits PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics
  • Dream Together Master 5th batch students went on a field trip to PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. It was the second visit to PyeongChang, following the field trip and the winter sports camp a month ago. DTM not only enjoyed the worldwide winter sports festival, but also analyzed the mega sports event held in Korea, preparing for their 'team-project'. The DTM's passion 'connected' made the moment fruitful and memorable. DTM visited Gangneung Olympic Park, Curling Center, and PyeongChang Sliding Center. Departed at 06:00 AM, DTM arrived at Gangneung early in the morning. The venue was already crowded for the Curling Mixed Doubles Match. The game between Athletes of Russia (OAR)and Norway intrigued DTM in many perspectives. The reason Russian players could not play under Russian flag, the rules and the characteristics of Curling, the other games of Winter Olympics and more. Athletes of Russia won the bronze medal and both teams presented a priceless memory to the whole audience in the venue. Gangneung Olympic Park was full of spectacles. Super Stores, ICT zones, and the Information Halls of the official sponsors. 4th Batch students Eduardo Butter and Enkhtsatsral Ulzii Orshiikh, who are contributing to the PyeongChang 2018, guided and assistd 5th Batch students to fully experience the PyeongChang 2018. It was memorable to actually feel the close bond of the DTM network. The last visit was to PyeongChang Sliding Center, in which held the Women's Singles Luge competition. Overcoming penetrating cold of the PyeongChang, every 5th Batch student climbed up to the venue and enjoyed Luge competition.  The great speed of the luge reflected the enthusiasm of the Winter Olympics. 4th batch student Juan Carlos, currently doing his internship program in PyeongChang 2018 visited 5th batch. The priceless moment will be engraved forever in DTM. The field trip to the PyeongChang 2018 is now over, however, the team project of the DTM now begins. DTM's  interest and study continues.        
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  • 2018.02.12
  • DTM in PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games
  • The PyeongChang Winter Olympics officially opened on last Friday with various artistic performances, fireworks, K-pop and dance, and the opening ceremony at PyeongChang Olympic Stadium featured Olympic squad from 91 countries, including a delegation from North Korea. Especially, Thomas Bach expressed his gratitude to all volunteers for all their hard works during the opening address. "Thank you to everyone who has made this moment possible. A special thanks goes to the thousands of volunteers who have welcomed us so warmly: Thank you, volunteers. this Olympics is considered to be one of the most successful and peaceful Olympics in history because of volunteers' passions and ambitions," he said.   DTM 4th batch students  were present at the scene, and they are going to provide services Olympic and Paralympic Games' spectators and participants across certain areas: Operational Support and Protocol/Language Services as volunteers. Several DTM graduates were also in the PyeongChang 2018. Enkhtsatsral Ulzii-Orshikh has been working as a NOC Assistant volunteer for the Team Mongolia. The NOC assistants help assigned team for everything they ask andwork in a team as well. In team Mongolia, there are total of 4 assistants, and she is the focal point of the volunteers. She attend the daily briefings and discuss the schedules with the team officials and prepare the plans for everyone. (Enkhtsatsral Ulzii-Orshikh, second from the left, with the Mongolian NOC staffs and athletes.) (Enkhtsatsral working as a NOC Assistant volunteer for the Team Mongolia.)   During the Olympics, Eduardo Butter Scofano and Juan José Carlos, are assigned to the Olympic Organizing Committee to support management of Gangneung villiage and devising a deployment plan of resources and human resources. Also they are going to do sponsorship related supporting tasks.  Their participation and activities will be crucial to the success of the PyeongChang Olympics. (Juan José Carlos at PyeongChang Olympics.) (Eduardo Butter Scofano is posing for a picture with other volunteers.) During the field trip to the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics on Feb 13th, 2018, DTM met the 2nd batch graduate, NGUYEN, Quang Vinh. He currently works for the Vietnam Anti-Doping & Sports Medicine Agency (VADA). It was a memorable moment for both 5th batch and Quang Vinh to share the moment of the PyeongChang 2018  and the legacy of Dream Together Master. (Quang Vinh with Merey Tan in the PyeongChang 2018)
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  • 2018.02.01
  • [Field Trip] DTM to KSPO, "Enjoy Sports, We Support"
  • "Enjoy Sports, We Support." The slogan of the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation(KSPO) was engraved brightly inside of 5th batch students' hearts. KSPO invited DTM for the 3 memorable events; Seoul Olympic Museum tour, National Fitness Award 국민체력100 test, and the international forum 'The Value of the Olympics and Paralympics. Movement from 1988 Seoul to 2018 PyeongChang.'. Early morning, DTM 5th batch students arrived at the KSPO. Along with the warm welcome of KSPO, the 4th batch student Aldo Tong, currently working as an intern in KSPO, greeted the 5th batch. Aldo enthusiastically guided throughout the museum and inspired with the spirit of the Olympism. It was a memorable moment to experience the legacy of the Olympics and DTM. National Fitness Award 국민체력100 is a nationwide project of KSPO to enhance public health of Korea. 4 volunteers participated the test and received their results. The practical experience helped students to relate sports, public health, and the responsibility of DTM as a 'world sports leader'. The last session was the international forum with the topic of 'The Value of the Olympics and Paralympics. Movement from 1988 Seoul to 2018 PyeongChang.'. Wishing a successful hosting of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, DTM 5th batch students shared their notions. The forum's topics consisted Olympic Legacy and Peace, Global Co-operation, Social Inclusion, and the Economy. Fruitful conference influenced substantially to DTM. "Enjoy Sports, We Support" DTM dreams together with KSPO. DTM appreciates KSPO for its passionate support.
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  • 2018.01.30
  • [Field Trip] Professional Volleyball Game (Woori Card Wibee vs KEPCO Vixtorm)
  • In addition to the study in the classroom, the 5th batch students and staffs gathered to visit Jangchung Arena to watch the volleyball match Seoul Woori Card Wibee vs Suwon KEPCO Vixtorm. The students were granted the privilege of meeting and interacting with the Seoul Woori Card Wibee players and associated staff members. By participating the events for the fans and analyzing the marketing factors of the teams, students could apply classroom learnings to real-world problems and authentic situations.   Date: January 26th, 2018 (Friday) Venue: Jangchung Arena  
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