|JJ held a spring festival called "That Year We" organized by the student council|
|작성일: 2022-04-25 조회수: 55 작성자: International Center|
JJ held a spring festival called "That Year We" organized by the student council.
Jeonju University announced that it held a spring festival in 2022 called "That Year We".
The festival was held for two days on March 31 and April 1 under the supervision of the Jeonju University Student Association, and the number of people was controlled to 299 to comply with the COVID-19 quarantine rules.
Although there were restrictions on face-to-face events and activities due to the COVID-19 situation that continued from 2020, it provided a place for exchange for freshmen and students in 2020 and 2021 and provided a chance to stably adapt to college life by providing romance on campus.
Under the theme of "That Year, We," the festival is designed to entertain students by making them feel the spring scenery of Jeonju University Campus, which has recently attracted attention as a filming location for movies and dramas, with videos, music, and stage performances.
In particular, a program was organized to make memories with students through the installation of a polaroid photo zone and a flower garden photo zone set in a scene of the drama "That Year We," and various programs such as central clubs, celebrity performances, food trucks, and flea markets attracted a lot of participation and attention.
A 2020 student who watched the festival said, "There has been no spring festival because of COVID-19, but it was so nice to enjoy the spring festival for the first time in three years," adding, "It wasn't a lot of people, but I was able to enjoy the romance of the university."
Lee Hwan, president of Jeonju University's student council, said, "Although we were very sorry that only a limited number of people were able to watch the performance due to the COVID-19 situation, we also think that compliance with quarantine rules is a part of our students, and we sincerely thank them for their active cooperation." He also expressed his hopeful ambition, saying, "Festival or event after the COVID-19 situation improves and quarantine guidelines are eased will be prepared as a festival full of fun and romance that many people can enjoy freely."