・Most impressive thing you have learned at the University of Tsukuba.
A : The most impressive part for me was that the environment for education was very good. It was very impressive that students who are somewhat uncomfortable took classes in wheelchairs, and that visually impaired people use various facilities of the school without discrimination.
・About how you would like to apply the experience of this project to your future research, and career plans.
A : Life at Tsukuba University has expanded my perspective on physical education. If I thought of physical education research only in Korea, now I want to study Japanese physical education, and more about physical education in many countries.
・What you learned from spending time with multinational students
A : The time I spent with my Thai friends was really valuable to me. Although it was a short time, I thought I wanted to live with them for the rest of my life. Also, through them who have very different lifestyles even if they live in the same Asia, my view of the world has widened.