Relationship Between Mindfulness and Resilience of Indonesian Students Studying in South Korea

Qonita Khairunnisa Nawiyatiningsih, Dr.Hally Welliangan

Abstract


Studying in South Korea is quite difficult because it has many challenges such as being required to adapt to different environments, cultures and languages, sometimes even experiencing failure or other difficult conditions. So it takes the ability to face and overcome in order to get back up from adversity. This is commonly called resilience, which is stronger when a person has full awareness which is commonly called mindfulness. The purpose of this study was to test empirically the relationship between mindfulness and resilience in Indonesian students studying in South Korea. The subjects in this study were 76 Indonesian students who were studying in South Korea. The measuring instrument used in this study is based on aspects of resilience and characteristics of mindfulness. This study uses quantitative methods with purposive sampling technique. Hypothesis testing in this study uses the Pearson product moment correlation technique which shows that there is a very significant relationship between mindfulness and resilience in Indonesian students who are studying in South Korea. So that the hypothesis in this study is accepted.


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