International Exchange

No.03 At first, it was really nice apportunity for me to have experience in Nagoya City university. Son, Jee Hee

At first, it was really nice apportunity for me to have experience in Nagoya City university.

Now I arrived well in Korea and I put my report about my 4 weeks program. " I chose to study at the department of gastroenterological surgery because I want to be a surgern if I have chance. It was my honor to study at NAGOYA CITY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL for 1 month.


Everybody in hopsital, especially professors and students, was really kind to me. At first, I felt a little bit nervous because it's my first time to study in foreign hospital. However, I was happy to be here and satisfied so much thanks to doctors and students here.

It was nice experience for me to do some procedures, for example, suture and tie during the operation. I could experience not only the things related to medicine, but also many things about JAPAN and real life in Japan. I also felt a lot of differences between Korea and Japan, too. It was really nice time for me to join some lectures with the other students of NAGOYA CITY UNIVERSITY and I thought the students are studying very hard so I decided to study harder to catch up with them. Also, I could see many operation that I have some interests. In addition, I could listen some lectures in the academic meeting with physicians. It was really nice opportunity for me. Not only gastroenterological surgery, I could watch some pulmonary opperation, too and I enjoyed roundings with doctor and students.


Thank you, all of doctors at the department of gastroenterological surgery of nagoya city university for your help, especially Prof.TAKEYAMA, Associate Prof.KIMURA and Dr. ANDO. I think many experiences that I went through here will be very helpful in the future. I don't know how to show my deep appreciation to you for giving me this wonderful opportunity. Thank you so much again. I hope to see the students from NAGOYA CITY UNIVERSITY at our university hospital someday. Thank you.