Here’s a long overdue post from the Mayfest (축제) that I went to at Korea University! I bought tickets to the Mayfest there because there was a rumour that Big Bang was going to be in their line up. It was just a rumour though…
However, I still thoroughly enjoyed myself though. It was really nice to see a girl group up close! Seeing the cute performances they put up (& catching a glimpse of their tired-ness haha) and how it is to execute their dance routines. 🙂
I also managed to catch 10cm and they are SO GOOD live!!! The lead singer is so so skilled.
Here is a concept/idea that I’ve been really intrigued by for about a year now –
“What does the F word (F****) mean to you?”
After hearing people I’ve never expect say the F word, I’ve been wondering as to why do people say the F word and exactly what does it mean to people when they say it? Is it to severely cuss, as a method of emphasising a point or does it insinuate at something else?
I’ve interviewed some of my friends on what the F word means to them! If you have any input on this personal project of mine and could spare me a few minutes of your time, please let me know and I’ll record your responses as well! 🙂
Hope you enjoy the video! (Sorry for the limited quality of the video)
Thanks for watching! 🙂
Here’s to exploring better video editing techniques!
Have a great week ahead! #breathe
Hope everyone is having a good time of rest after the mid-terms. 🙂
The title of my group video is “The Translation Game”. Our video depicts pretty much the process we go through every time we discuss what to do for the class assignments… Since we have people have 4 different countries, it is difficult to understand the nuances that each person is driving at during group discussions.
We didn’t intentionally play this “translation game” but we found out that we unknowingly did it… When the direct korean to english translation fails us, we go from Korean –> Chinese –> English. 🙂
Our Korean friends will discuss about their ideas before our Chinese friend will translate it to Mandarin to me and I will subsequently translate it to English for Carmen so that we all understand! It was so funny that I burst out in laughter (and tears).
Hope you enjoyed the video!
Onwards to greater language proficiency for all of us! 🙂