SUNY Cortland hosts sport industry students from Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea


regarding the lecture, we learned several parts, such as on the first day sports media, on the second day, we learned social media and sports analytics and on the third day we learned about strategies and the implementation of the strategy and on the last day we learned about disabled sports. All four subjects were interesting so far therefore I’m looking forward to the lecture tomorrow as well all of those things, I won’t forget even when I go back to South Korea and I will use it for my future career basically, they are sports that allow people with disabilities to participate that can be intellectual disabilities or physical disabilities they can be adapted or inclusive and we’ll talk about the differences on the next slide (cheering and laughing) faculty-wise, the faculty have different teaching strategies and methodologies so my students were very surprised and very impressed with several different teaching styles case studies and discussion and one-way lecture, a bunch of personal experiences in the industry this was a perfect combination of academics and hands-on experiences in the industry for me, personally, I’m wasn’t really used to American sports. I’m a huge soccer fan England, Spain and all that. It was really interesting to see American sports even if it was minor league, it had amazing sponsors and entertainment for fans. it was really meaningful to have a look at those sports you can keep pushing with one hand and turn the front wheel like that it turns very slowly, so when you’re coming into the turn, make sure you’re slowed down you’re not going to make a 45-degree turn to be really honest, I am unsure about what I am going to do in the future one thing that I’m certain is that things I learned here and things I’m learning in school will greatly benefit me to use in the future so I will try to figure that out as soon as possible my students are trying to find jobs in sports organizations, especially professional baseball or basketball and some of the Olympic organizations they are going to develop similar things to what their American counterpart students can do in the United States the main difference is the size of the industry and organizations. If you compare the size of Korean sports organizations, probably five to 10 employees per team compared to this, this is quite a small size. so it’s extremely competitive to find a job (cheering)

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