|From left, Kim Du-hyeon, Ro Chang-hun, Lee So-young, Lee Dong-jun, Kim Ji-yeon|
Words are not enough to describe how fulfilling my life has been in the Post. I sure did face many difficulties, most of which helped me to grow into a better person. The memories I shared with my collegues here will forever be cherished. All the goods and bads we have been through together as one team will be the stories I will share in many dinner parties. What made this chapter of my life so extraordinary were the people I met throughout the two-year-long journey. It was not easy conveying my ideas to them, as we all come from different backgrounds. The ideas often clashed and much patience was needed in order to satisfy everyone. Naturally, many tears were shed, but every drop was worthwhile. I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has helped and guided me to endure all the hardships. Life would have been incomplete without them. Lastly, I want to wish everyone good luck in life as the real journey begins now. Cheers to our faboulous-to-be lives!
|Du-hyeon's Birthday. From left, Ro Chang-hun, Lee Dong-jun, Kim Du-hyeon, Kim Ji-yeon, Lee So-young|
Cultural Desk Editor
I believe my life is a kind of movie or sitcom. It can be comedy, romance, action, and so on. And my past three years were a long journey to make a sitcom. Through working as a reporter, I learned love, friendship, sorrow, sociality, leadership, patience,
and many others. It could be called; a course to study humanity. Now, my stage has ended and a new stage will begin. Now it is time for the curtain to close and sit in the audience as a retiree. It was a great experience and wonderful stage that I cannot find in anywhere, so I hope it remains forever by succeeding in other brave and young students.
Some people feel that their life is too short to experience all. So they move from here to there back and forth. I learned the importance to stay in one place for a long time, with endeavor. After all life is too short to experience one thing perfectly and where you stand is the stage of no return. Lastly, I have to say this. Dear my fellows, seniors and juniors, I am sick and tired of the phone calls. However, I will be glad if they came from you. So keep in touch.
News Desk Editor
It has been 806 days since I had started working for The Dongguk Post and it is time for me to say goodbye to everyone that I came across. The Post is very familiar to me now and I feel home when I am working for it. However there were days that everything was awkward to me. On the first day, I was just standing without knowing what to do. But, as time passes, I started to learn what I am capable of. I was always running here and there on campus to meet diverse people. Thanks to the Post, I learned how much I can do for something that I put much value on. It always made me to run and again made me to love the situtation. I saw the passion, and bottom of myself. It was not easy to endure but it was worthwhile. Plus, I learned how much beautiful it is when people set the same goal and go for it. I will never forget the beauty and will keep talking about it to others.
|During winter vacation with 45th Post reporters|
Social Desk Editor
My friends have always asked me why I work for the Post. For them, working as an English newspaper reporter seemed less important than
that of what others were doing. I felt very thankful
for such worries and concerns. Since I am not interested in being a journalist and never considered it as my future career, lack of other job preparation was the main troubles that I faced.
However, I remained in the Post because I found a treasure inside. I had to find it and cannot tell others what it is. But to be honest, this treasure can be only found by those who are very passionate or those who doubted about and overcame the life here. I hope to use and share this treasure which enriched my life quickly and as much as possible. I sincerely hope that other reporters would find the treasure that I found.
International Desk Editor
It has been about two and half years that I have stayed as a student reporter for The Dongguk Post, but never have I felt regret for staying. Being a student reporter was very difficult, all the meetings, debating and writing articles which were all very tough to follow along. However, as I adapted to the hectic life style, the Post became another home of my life. We studied, spent the night designing articles and gathered up together to have a lively discussion of our interests. It was an honor being a student reporter and to be able to write articles for the fellow students. From my first article to the last, I wish they were enjoyable for the readers to read. Also I hope that one day, all the hard works that I spent, writing and preparing the articles, be remembered by someone in the future. Finally, I wish all the best for the Post and hope it prospers.
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