My favorite KPOP group is called BTS and contains seven members in their team. It's almost been two years I've been addicted to them. I know every song and their lyrics they've released and also went to concerts.
I love to travel, especially to traditional places in Korea. I took this photo during summer break. My mom and I went to Jeon-Ju and wore Korea's traditional clothing, Hanbok, right below the scorching sun. Even though it was very hot and tiring, I really enjoyed walking down the streets wearing Hanbok and also spending time with my mom.
From all the other sports I've tried out, which include basketball, badminton, swimming, squash, and more, I especially like volleyball the most. At first, I was forced by my mom and had no other way than just having to reluctantly accept. But now, my favorite time of the day is going to volleyball practice.
Out of all the famous quotes, I especially love this one, "A day without laughter is a day wasted." by Charlie Chaplin. If you don't laugh and stay dispirited for a day, there is no meaning of that one day. It is just wasted when you can't enjoy it.
This song is called Lie by a member of BTS, a famous worldwide K-POP group, Jimin. The lyrics of this song speak to me because it is about how one is caught up in a lie and can't escape out of it. It relates to me because I happen to also lie when there is some sort of challenges that occur.
They are my friends and I have been hanging out with them for many years. It is very mournful that all of them are leaving at the end of this school year so I decided to make this year the most memorable year to me and them by making lots of memories.
I wrote this poem 2 years ago. It is based on a book called "Outsiders". The theme is based on how the outsiders live in this world, isolation, and ignorance.
The lessons this book provides are astounding. Not only it shows the women back in the past, how they suffered most of their personalities to devote themselves to one man, but also a big part of lying. It might be a little tedious at first, but considering the big character shift and all the other unpredictable situations happening after, I promise it would be one of your remarkable books read of all times.