Rebecca Reutzel answers questions regarding her study abroad experience in South Korea. In the interview, she discusses the skills she acquired studying abroad, her experiences taking classes abroad, adjusting to life in a different culture, and the impact her study abroad experience had on her future goals.
Rebecca Reutzel studied abroad in Seoul, South Korea for 3 months over the summer of 2018. She is currently a senior at the University of Kansas, with a double major in Social Welfare (social work) and the East Asian Languages and Cultures Department with a Korean Language concentration.
Reutzel, R. (2019, September 11). International Experiences in International Cities with Rebecca Reutzel . (C. Taylor, Interviewer).
University of Kansas Center for East Asian Studies Interview Series. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1808/29720
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