I have enjoyed reading the Annals ever since
I transferred to Yonsei Univ. Its contents have always been rich and elaborate,
focusing on diverse topics.
However, I'm looking
forward to see some articles that could provide guidelines, and insights for
some students with hardship. For instance, not all students are lucky enough to
major in their preferred field. Annals could listen to their voices and give
them some advice to their problems. Moreover, students who receive "warning" are
generally those who aren't accustomed to new studies styles and test formats at
university. Annals could definitely give them a hand. Besides, what about those
who are facing serious psychological pressures due to getting a job, or perhaps,
Next, articles that simply discuss fun-to-read topics
need to be removed. These topics are too common and even obsolete. I hope Annals
could continually discuss more unique and professional subjects. For example,
articles that introduce popular plays need more professionalism. That is,
instead of simply explicating the summary of the play and some of its well-known
features, make it an argumentative essay or a criticism of literature.
Finally, please try not to publish articles that overlap with
other journals such as the Yonsei Chunchu. It's tedious to read articles that
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