Sunday, November 4, 2018

Your Most Craziest Moments [Season 3: Craziest Moments - Ep1: Yunsung Hong]


"The craziest thing a teacher did was to clean the homeroom for 5 hours. Because that day was the cleaning day, my teacher made us clean the homeroom from 3pm to 8pm."




Yunsung Hong(Junior) of Seoul Scholars International






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Sunday, October 28, 2018

Your Most Embarrassing Moments [Season 2: Embarrassing Moments - Ep3: Dong Woo Kim]


"The most embarrassing moment in my life was when I was in middle school. As I am extremely far from dancing, I had to dance to “Bang Bang Bang”, which is a song from Big Bang (Korean boy group idol), with my friends. Although it was a joke, even some people from the audiences said me to come down from stage.
Now in HAFS, I could make up the horrible memory by doing lots of successful performances, but if I still ask my friends about the performance that I did, they all say, “I was your most terrible performance that you’ve EVER done.”





Kim Dong Woo, Sophomore from Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies







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Your Most Embarrassing Moments [Season 2: Embarrassing Moments - Ep2: Heejin Kang]


“My most embarrassing moment happened last year in my first MUN conference when I all of a sudden asked for the French delegate's phone number before we became friends. I never had a crush on him nor texted him. Every time I see him online on facebook I want to hide somewhere deep and dark.”

Heejin Kang (Junior) of Seoul Scholars International



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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Your Most Embarrassing Moments [Season 2: Embarrassing Moments - Ep1: Ji Hyun Jun]


"There weren’t a lot of times when I got embarrassed, but when I did have these kind of moments, they were quite embarrassing and painful for me to forget. I was playing with my friends at the classroom about 1 year ago. My friends made me quite angry because they wanted to start a ‘heist’ and get away from me. So, they kept annoying me and I finally gave up my patience and started to run after them. They turned from the stairway and ran down the steps like kangaroos. I started to run after them but I misplaced my foot on the steps and I rolled over like 10 flights of stairs. I got up, and wished for no one to see me. But there was no luck because all the kids saw me roll and laughed their socks out. That was the most embarrassing moment in my life."
Ji Hyun Jun(10th grade) of YongDong High School





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Monday, August 27, 2018

When was your funniest moment in your life? [Season 1: Funniest Moments - Ep3: Hyun Soh]


"Have you ever played soccer in youth? When I was 10 years old, our class had played soccer. I was very skillful in blocking ball so I did the goal keeper. Because it was the final match, our team and others did the best. One player in other team was very good at shooting the ball. When I got hit by the ball by her, my glasses were broke. It was really painful. Even though I got hurt, I told the coach that I will play. So in the break time, I taped the glasses and played again. Again, she shoot the ball but the ball bent! I thought the ball went up but it went to bottom. So I had to split my leg. I screamed loudly and that was so hilarious that all the players and even couch laughed. By splitting my leg, I caught the ball. Then, I blocked all the ball and we won by 2:0 (I remember). After this game, I never played soccer because I am afraid of splitting legs again. I am really inflexible. Do you know the pain of it? For me, it would be more painful than giving birth to baby. Seriously. When is your funniest moment in your life? I hope you enjoyed my story!^^"




Hyun soh lee(8th grade) of Yeoksam Middle School






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Monday, August 20, 2018

When was your funniest moment in your life? [Season 1: Funniest Moments - Ep2: Hojung]


"One day, someone ordered fried chicken to my hagwon. My teacher asked the delivery man who ordered the chicken, and he said "brain" ordered it. We had no idea what he meant, until we later found out Brian ordered it.



Hojung Lee(Junior) from Seoul Scholars International








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Saturday, August 11, 2018

When was your funniest moment in your life? [Season 1: Funniest Moments - Ep1: Eun Sae]


“It all started in a hot summer of 2017, when I first traveled to Okinawa for summer vacation. To make my vacation meaningful, I sought to do something active and adventurous, and I decided to try “skin-scuba diving” for the first time in my life. After having this amazing experience, I was totally captivated with the beauty that only skin-scuba diving possesses, which even led me to certificate
skin-scuba license this year.
If we imagine ourselves in space, probably, the most magnificent thing that we could do will be roaming freely regardless of the inertia, which I think it is very similar with skin-scuba diving. I can roam the whole ocean wherever and however I want, simultaneously enjoying the beautiful scenery. Sea is like an existing galaxy in Earth!
What is more, underwater creatures couldn’t be more beautiful. As I cannot see those amazing animals in daily lives, solely watching them made me feel secure and peaceful.
I hope everyone try skin-scuba diving once in their lives and share the
gratefulness of skin-scuba diving with me.”



Eun Sae Jung (Sophomore) from Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies










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Friday, August 10, 2018

WWS 10,000 views Announcement and 2018-2019 Team Announcement


WWS 10,000 views Announcement and 2018-2019 Team Announcement

Hi Worldwide Student Social Family,


Congratulations to you all for our blog reaching over 10,000 views this month!
There is no doubt on our part about the great effort and dedication that each of you have put in Worldwide Student Social. All your hard work is always acknowledged and appreciated.


Now for the 2018-2019 term, we announce your official executive team.


2018-2019 WWS Executive Team


Chief Director - Sean Min
Planning Director For the First half of the term : Hanna Hwang (July - December)
Planning Director For the Second half of the term : James Kim (January - June)


Chapter 1 : WWS Advice Column Contributors


Founder / Executive Board : Jessica Choe (The University of Chicago)
Chief Advisor / Executive Board : Eunice Ro (The University of Texas at Austin)
Regular Contributor :  Joshua Choe (The University of Virginia)
Regular  Contributor :  Janice Choe (The University of Virginia)


Chapter 2 :  WWS Blog Personnel Coordinators


Fayston Preparatory Seoul:  Jongha Kim
Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies : Sae Young Jung
Seoul Scholars International : Hyunjoon Jo
Taejun Christian International School : Kevin Min
Youngdong High School : Justin Ro
Yeoksam Middle School : Soeun Choi
Northwood High School: Myra Tahir  


Chapter 3: Speech and Service
All members are free to partake


Sincerely,

Worldwide Student Social Executive Team



Sunday, July 15, 2018

How do you feel about going into college and starting fresh once more? Episode 130


"I am honestly nervous about what the environment around me will be like. I pray that I am surrounded by motivated, pure, wholehearted, and intellectual people. I also hope that I continue to work hard and persevere through everything it is that I do and remember to put faith in Him in all things. I feel that there is more angst and worry than there is excitement."




Christine Tai (Senior) of Northwood High School










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Saturday, July 7, 2018

After you finish your intensive program in a private educational institute, what are you planning to do during this vacation? Episode 129


"I might go to Jeju Island with my family. I’m excited to visit good restaurants, golf zones, and hotels. After that, I need to do my AP homework. I am taking AP Chemistry and AP Computer Science. I think I can finish the AP Chemistry homework, but AP Computer Science homework is a bit more difficult. If I'm done with my homework, I might chill with my friends and play games. In the last weekend, I might go to my friend's house and play again. We might go to karaoke and PC room. These are my plans. But the private educational institute mostly covers my vacation so I have free time only in the last two weeks."





Jun Yang (Freshman) of Seoul Scholars International
















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