Tuesday, November 25, 2008

밀량 아리랑

날좀 보소 날좀보소 날좀 보소 동지 섯달 꽃보듯이 날좀 보소. 아리아리랑 쓰리쓰리랑 아라리가 낫네 아리랑 고개로 날 넘겨 주소 정든 님이 오셨는데 인사를 못해 행주치마 입에 물고 입만 방긋 http://blog.naver.com/jhjpppp?Redirect=Log&logNo=70036773314

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Korean Speech

My speech in Korean is coming very soon, as in really soon (three days) but I haven't polished my speech yet. I don't know what's going to happen but I really want to win the first prize but the question is how. God, how?

Monday, November 10, 2008

BRIQUETTE UP: Revival of Briquette Industry

I, as a member of UP Kalilayan (a non-profit organization in the University of the Philippines), is asking for your help to make our dream of helping our fellow Quezon citizens improve their lives. Please vote for BRIQUETTE UP: Revival of Briquette Industry at this site https://survey.britishcouncil.org/wix/p8284600.aspx The Project
Project Title: BRIQUETTE UP Revival of a Briquette Industry Rationale/Background The municipality of General Nakar in Quezon is the province's biggest municipality. It is also among the province's outlying communities that has an agricultural lifestyle. During the Christmas season in 2004, Gen. Nakar along with other neighboring towns experienced a twist of fate when it was struck by a tragic tsunami. Thus, both lives and livelihood were lost. UP Kalilayan now targets to revive the briquette cooperative in this municipality. Briquettes are solid blocks that are used as a fuel and are commonly known in Tagalog as "uling." Project Description: The project will be a two-phase venture. On the first part, this project will undertake briquette quality improvement. The second part will involve marketing. Objectives: The project will address three particular community needs which are: a. Render competitive livelihood b. Facilitate environment-friendly schemes c. mitigate economic crisis broughta bout by oil price hikes Expected Output/Output Indicator: The briquettes will serve as the concrete outputs that this project will yield. Project Components: Pre-research, in the form of ocular visit and vox pop interviews were done in order to qualify the community's needs. It is then followed by a research and analysis of previous reports regarding the cooperative. Materials development and analysis which involve testing of new briquette mixtures will take place after. While doing so marketing will also be done. The results will then be culminated through a workshop with the employees. Strategies of Implementation: This project was designed to do the two phases simultaneously. Marketing and new mixture designing will be held for five months which will start on November and will end in March. By the end of March the results will be implemented through a workshop. Target Beneficiaries: This project will generally benefit the whole Gen. Nakar community. Schedule and Venue of Implementation: The project will be formally implemented in Gen. Nakar briquette cooperative, on March 28, 2009. Proposed Budget: Php 40,000 - mixture testing Php 25,000 - workshop materials Php 15,000 - capital and initial salary Php 10,000 - marketing expenses Php 10,000 - transportation Sustainability Plan: Upon seeing that the cooperative is stable and can be let alone, the organization's intervention will cease. Until then, the organization will constantly check the production processes and update its market

Saturday, November 8, 2008

박지헌

Park Ji Hun, a member of popular R&B group VOS, recently entered the music scene as a soloist with a single "On Days I Miss You." This single later came to hit No. 1 on all online sites and charts. After two unsuccessful full-length albums, Park Ji Hun and his team gained recognition on MBC's Show Survival. Though MBC's Show Survival was created for new singers to debut into the music scene, V.O.S had appeared after low album sales and risked becoming nameless in the music scene. Through Show Survival, V.O.S were able to become more well known and loved by more fans. Shortly after, they released their third album, where their title track "Everyday" became No. 1 on online charts. A few months after their promotion, Park Ji Hun represented the group and came out with his single. His soulful voice and love for music touched the fans and the other audiences out there. His first solo release offers mainstream romantic sounds, with each song intricately woven in Park's explosive yet lyrical vocals.
Source: http://www.soompi.com/music/artistoftheweek/park_ji_heon

박지헌

박지헌

박지헌... 너를 보고싶은 날엔

박지헌

내 한국인 가수.... 박지헌.

Monday, November 3, 2008

I'm so down

Well, I'm supposed to be in dreamland by now but what I have to write simply cannot wait. I'm so depressed because I didn't make it to the Korean speech contest. What happened I just understand why? I wanted to win here badly I've sacrificed so many things but still in the end was nothing but frustration. I just can't accept this failure. My feeling is a mixture of anger, disappointment, regret. There's really no way now. I've already planned everything but here I am, lost and confused. Maybe all I need is a good sleep and I'll be okay tomorrow.

I just want to say sorry to all the people who believed in me but I only downed. I'm such a failure and I can't forgive myself for being a loser.

This always happens to me. I always end up being hurt in the end but I never learn. I never learn.

Before I just wanted a simple life. But now that I've tasted a little of that good life then things started to change. Simple life is a thing of the past already. I am now in search of greener future. Now I've become a dreamer and these dreams keep on eating me everyday. There's no stopping until I achieve them all. Yes I'm destined to greatness that's why God made me this way. Resilient to disappointment, proven by my masochistic search for pain.

I am hurting again because I feel so incomplete. Why can't language be my talent? Why can't I speak well? I've turned away from French thinking I may not master it. I've come close to Korean but nothing has really changed. I'm still stupid. I'm so down.

TRAVEL | I Said Goodbye To My Fantasy


This is the day I finally bid Korea goodbye. It's as if I've lost my drive to go back when there's really no big reason aside from meeting my friends again. I've made my promises and I am bound to break them. I think this is really not the time for me go back when I have some unsettled things here in the Philippines. Although I'm not closing doors. I am still planning to go back although when I don't know. Only time can tell. For the meantime, I have some academics to finish and some friends to look after. Life doesn't have to end here. There will still be more other opportunities. Cheer up.



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