This year’s meeting of the IBSEN network in May was held at Hallym University in South Korea. Hallym University is situated in Chuncheon, which is a city approximately 60 km east of the country’s capital Seoul. It has about 280,000 inhabitants and is among South Korea’s safest cities. The university was founded in 1982 and counts over 10,000 students as well as over 800 professors. It has a wide range of lectures offered in English and even three study programs which are completely taught in English. That is why the university is particularly popular among international students.