Seoul Robot High School held a youth cultural festival called "SeoroJe" on Nov. 8.
This year's eighth annual festival is not a school-led event, but a participatory festival that brings together student associations, Seoul Robot High School clubs, and Small group meeting all together to showcase unique content.
The festival, which was organized under the theme of the Halloween party, featured various events, contests and performances, starting with the celebration stage of the Nanum Festival.
In particular, the sophomore, whose class includes students from TLC teen school, a youth career search program organized by Taejeon Group, drew attention by decorating two classrooms with exotic booths featuring "challenge"
The students had a good time with the students who visited the booth, showing various challenges that they prepared by using their talents, such as jumping rope and transferring water between the two of them.
They also added meaning to the festival by pushing through the entire process from planning experience programs to running booths by applying a special plan method that has been learned as a special lecture at the TLC teen school.
"I was very proud to see many friends come and enjoy the program that we planned," said Noh Se-min, a sophomore at Seoul Robot High School.
The event, which took place on the campus of Seoul Robot High School in Wonwon-dong, Gangnam-gu, was attended by mentors of Taejeon Group (Pharm, TJ Pharm, O&K, AOK and TJHC), which operates TLC teen school’, along with school officials including school principal Shin Sang-yeol and some 460 students.
"We hope it will be a meaningful time for students to get away from their studies and career stress and fill their day with pleasant memories," said Oh Young-seok, vice chairman of Taejeon Group, who first proposed TLC teen school. "I hope it will help them create an environment where they can show their talents and talents to their heart's content and always discover new pleasures."