|You Eun-sun (Junior, Department of International Trade)|
This is the final article I am writing as a reporter of The Dongguk Post. I could not even imagine this moment during my life in the Post because I did not feel confident enough to finish my term while I was having difficulties in dealing with tasks given to me. It was really hard for me to find the proper reasons to stay and to make the right decisions in every moment.
It was only about a month after I became a freshman when I joined the Post. It was merely another challenge to try a new thing as a freshman at university. At that time, I did not know how much the Post would influence me. It is not too much to say that the Post set my mood for the day. When I was in trouble with writing articles, covering cases, and having meetings with other reporters, I was in a bad mood for the rest of the day. On the contrary, I was charged up immediately after problems were solved. I got exhausted due to the repetition of mood swings and regretted my challenge as a freshman numerous times.
Nevertheless, in the end, I stayed and put my countless regrets behind. I believe the reason I felt pressure working as a member of the Post was that I could not find the clear reason why I had to stay. However, finishing my term as a reporter, I realize that the reason I wanted to find was just around me with every situation I faced. All of the people I met, articles I wrote, even hardships I had to suffer were showing me the right reason and now I have found it. Every single step I took gave me amazing opportunities to grow as someone different and I believe it always will.
I am really thankful to all of the members at The Dongguk Post, who helped me a lot when I wanted to give up. My work as the reporter was not perfect but they helped to complete my life as the reporter instead. I really hope for their steps to be valuable as well.
You Eun-sun firstname.lastname@example.org
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