△ Jung Ji-yeon
Department of Business Administration)
The university that I came to after crossing the big mountain of retake was more special to me. However, I had no dream or goal, and when I received the certificate of acceptance, I was at a loss since I did not know what to do in the future. Furthermore, I was worried as I went to the “business administration,” which was not my interest. After studying at school, my worries got bigger. I chose liberal arts because I hated numbers, but due to the nature of the business department, I was so frustrated that I had to stay close to numbers and was upset that I seemed to fall behind other students. However, I did not want to spend four years like this. Therefore, I began to look for clubs and external activities that could show my abilities in addition to academic fields. As face-to-face events gradually increased after COVID-19, most of them were clubs aimed at socializing. Meanwhile, as I entered the big society of university, the Dongguk Post came closer to me since I wanted to leave a good record through meaningful activities.
I was able to experience a lot for half a year while encountering the element I thought was just far from me as an English newspaper. I could not have been prouder to write articles and print them out myself from beginning to end and make the results with my own hands. Of course, my English skill is not excellent yet, and it is not a perfect article though, but my passion is burning as much as an incumbent reporter. For me, who was usually interested in broadcasting, the job of a reporter came new. While watching the news, it felt more special and fresher since it was a field that I did not think I would encounter even for a moment in my life.
However, as a reporter for a school newspaper, who must convey the news of the world in writing, my writing skills were insufficient and there were too many things to supplement. I had to find my own strengths by looking at my motives for writing what I wanted to write quickly. In addition, a reporter who must look at the world with the most neutral eyes gave me a new perspective. As I leaned toward one side and looked at the world according to my own thoughts, I was able to understand and empathize with more people by looking more neutrally. I grew up with many people to observe the world and capture it in writing.
Now, we must remove the word “Cub Reporter” and write articles as a “Post Reporter.” Although my skills are still insufficient, I must run to achieve my final goal through practice. I am looking forward to seeing myself gradually growing as I complete the Dongguk Post. I will think about it so that many people can read our articles and think about it so that our efforts can shine. Even if I fall several times in the middle, I will not regret my choice. I am looking for my writing that contributes and progresses the world in the Dongguk Post.
Jung Ji-yeon email@example.com
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