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August 22, 2013 | 03:08pm

Camp Diary, Day 4

I remain strong.

We built things out of chopsticks and yarn. A group of fourth and fifth grade girls gave up building, broke their chopsticks in half, and started playing jenga. They made a great tower.

Tomorrow we will make nesting dolls. I am optimistic that it will not be a failure, but with my luck the kids will draw pictures of me and nest them together. And then they will rip them to pieces. (sigh)
(end camp diary)

In unrelated news, I finally sold my bicycle. Good riddance. Also, I just finished the Yeosu Expo manhwa Megan gave me for Christmas last year. Yahoo!

Here's a silly homework assignment I did for my Korean class yesterday. I pretty much knocked it out of the park. My tutor said, "최고!" So... yay.

여행 동호회 자기소개서
안녕하세요? 저는 아담입니다. 저는 미국에서 와서 영어 선생님이 됐는데 한 달 전부터 연세 대학교 국어국문학과의 학생입니다. 4년 동안 전라남도 광주에 살았는데 지난 달에 서울에 이사를 오게 되었습니다. 이 동호회에 가입해서 서울 사는 친구를 사귀고 싶습니다. 광주에 한국친구도 많고 외국인친구도 많지만 서울 친구는 없습니다. 다른 이유는 이 동호회에 가입해서 식당에 같이 갈 친구하고 만나고 싶고 한국 여행 동반자도 만나고 싶습니다. 잘 부탁드립니다.

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from: aodh
date: August 23, 2013 11:24am (UTC)

Hm, Hangul is quite easy but the language is by far the most difficult I've learned yet... I've heard the grammar is quite similar to Japanese though, so I'm optimistic that Japanese will be relatively simple whenever I get around to learning it.

Actually my camp is about Russia so we made matryoshka nesting dolls, like this: http://diannefaw.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/doll21.jpg
Only, out of paper. Haha. Korea doesn't really have an equivalent to origami, although origami is a bit popular here. :)

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