Dream Together Master Program 10th batch went on a field trip to watch the 2022 World Breaking Championship that was held at the SK Olympic Handball Stadium, Jamsil. Breaking made its Olympic debut at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires in 2018. Following its outstanding success, breaking has been chosen to feature on the Paris 2024 Olympic sports program as a new sport. It was a time to see the different teams compete with another diversity of sport called breaking and experienced the fullness of this sport.
Dream Together Master Program 9th and 10th batch went on a field trip to Korea Sports Promotion Foundation(KSPO) and Gwangmyeong Velodrome on October 7th, 2022. The field trip started with a tour of the KSPO foundation and went out to the Olympic Park to sight-see and to finish the morning with an exhibition of SOMA Art Museum and Sculpture park. It was a time to see the legacy of Korean Olympic and see how the KSPO foundation works. In the Afternoon we all moved to Gwangmyeong Velodrome to watch and participate in the clycle match and also learn about the whole facility and history.
Dream Together Master’s 10th batch went to the Seoul World Cup Stadium for a field trip on October 1, 2022. To begin the field trip the 10th batch had a tour of the whole stadium guided by a staff member from the stadium. She explained to us about the history of the Stadium, at the time when the World cup was ongoing, and told us about the hybrid grass field and small details of the architecture. We ended the field trip by watching a K-League football match between FC Seoul v. Daegu FC. We had the full experience of the stadium inside and out and the atmosphere of the K-League matches.
Dream Together Master 10th batch went to the National Gugak Center for a field trip on September 22, 2022. To begin the field trip the 10th batch learned how to play a traditional Korean instrument called the ‘Janggu’. A professional artist came to teach us some dynamic rhythms and a traditional song called the ‘Arirang’. Seeing the students from all around the world connect with traditional Korean music was a scene to remember. After our session of experiencing the Janggu, we all moved to the Gugak Museum for an exhibition and historical background of Korean traditional music and instruments. This was also interesting because we were able to listen, touch and see a variety of different things.
- Dream Together Master 9th batch students went on a field trip to Anyang Halla Ice Hockey Club and experienced ice skating and ice hockey with Head Coach Jim Paek on August 15, 2022. Head Coach Paek and the whole team participated in training and teaching the 9th batch students. Anyang Halla Club is a great team with current national athletes and elite players in South Korea. They are now preparing for the Asia League Ice Hockey (ALIH) that will begin this year in September.
- Followed by a special lecture on the topic of “Leadership in Sport” by Head Coach Paek was the highlight.
- Special thanks to 9th batch Susie Jo for helping us organize this event. Since she was on the National Team, she was able to connect DTM and Anyang Halla Ice Hockey Club for this unforgettable experience.
DTM 9th batch students visited the Korean National Football Center in Paju to kick off a series of field trips this year on May 6, 2022. Students were also able to learn about the Korean Football Association through a lecture and a Q&A session.
Special thanks to 9th batch Jargal from Mongolia, current FIFA match commissioner, who helped us organize this field trip.
Dream Together Master 6th batch students went on a field trip to PyeongChang and Gangneung where winter olympics were held for first time in 2018. The field trip allows for the enjoyment of a wide array of winter sports included visits to the Gangneung Ice Rink, Alpensia Ski Jump Tower, and YongPyong Ski Resort. Students also experienced cooking and tasting the traditional food of Gangwon province to embrace Korean heritage through its culture’s food. It was a priceless trip with diverse opportunities to enjoy winter in Korea. Date: Feb 20(Wed) ~ 22(Fri), 2019 Venue: Gangwon Province (PyeongChang, Gangneung)
Dream Together Master invited a special guest Prof. Sukho Lee, Associate Chair & Associate Professor at Texas A&M University San Antonio. Prof. Lee shared his research on Korean wild ginseng to investigate the effect of its extract on exercise performance and cognitive function. Dr. Lee teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Exercise Science. His research interests include 1) supplementation on exercise performance, preventions and/or treatments for diabetes and obesity using exercise and dietary interventions as well as mechanisms of skeletal muscle plasticity by different interventions, including resistance training, hind limb suspension, casting model and oriental medicine. Dr. Lee is a founding member of KUSAPS: Korea United State Applied Physiological Society (www.appliedphysiology.org) and serves as an editorial board member for several peer review journals (International Journal of Exercise Science, Journal of Exercise Nutrition & Biochemistry, International Journal of Applied Sports Sciences, Kinesiology, and Journal of Lifestyle Medicine). Speaker: Prof. Sukho Lee (Texas A&M University-San Antonio) Date: December 17, 2018 Topic: Korean Wild Ginseng Extracts: Prospective Candidate as An Erogenic Aids in Sports Venue: SNU 71-1 RM. 206
To give better understanding about athlete transgression in contemporary sport, Prof. Joon Sung Lee presented about potential risks of celebrity endorsement, a form of brand or advertising campaign that involves a well known person (and athlete) using their fame to help promote a product or service and introduced his research model and moral reasoning strategies in the DTM special lecture at the Seoul National University. Dr. Joon Sung Lee is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management at the University of Florida. His primary research encompasses topics surrounding corruption in Sport as a critical sociocultural issue. Focusing on athlete transgression, he has conducted a line of research investigating how sport consumers process an athlete endorser’s transgression information and respond to the troubled athlete in different ways. This line of research has been extended to a variety of topics in athlete endorsement domain. His recent work has been published in top peer-reviewed business and sport journals (e.g., Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Sport Management, Sport Marketing Quarterly, and so on). His work has also been quoted by media (e.g. Business Standard, Boston.com, etc.) to explain sport consumer’s multi- faceted responses to athlete transgression such as Deflategate and Tiger Woods scandal. In 2015, he was selected as a runner-up for the European Association for Sport Management Conference New Researcher Award and a winner of the Sport Marketing Association Conference Best Student Paper Award. Speaker: Prof. Joon Sung Lee ( University of Florida) Date: December 14, 2018 Topic: Understanding about athlete transgression in contemporary sport