▲ Hue Are You? being held at π-Ville 99. Photographed by Kim Yeojeong
On November 14, Korea University Supporting & Planning Agency (KUSPA) held Hue Are You?, which is its fourth event of the semester. KUSPA is the only club of KU which specializes in planning cultural contents, and have arranged a round of various cultural contents since 2008. Hue Are You? consists of three booths: “the color of personality,” “the color of memory” and “the color of emotion.” As hue refers to color, the event aims to help KU students find their inner colors by looking deep into themselves.
The visitors could guess and find the color which matches their personalities among eight types. Furthermore, students had time to choose memories they want to save from the list of memories, which are: first love, a graduation day and more. There was also a corner with colored papers where one could write down his or her emotional state. This paper is then exchanged with other people or go into a space called “wastebasket of emotions.”
Likening oneself to a palette, KUSPA made an attempt to fill the palette with colors. “It is time to think about the color of our inner side other than thinking about personal colors or color of the year that usually relates with one’s appearance,” KUSPA remarks.