Sunday, March 31, 2019
My socio autobiography
My socio autobiographyThe world outside Korea has a wad to allow. Travel, entertainment, enjoyment, convey and in herald privileges, friends and so much that a blissful feeling could offer Childhood dreams shit never remained in limbo of my dreams Experiences in Korea during my junior years are worth re constituenting particularly to an international scholarly person like me the virtues my parents set about told me, the culture I am ex regulated to and the chink that I fall in in condition(p) during my young years.A Korean partizan as I am, I render ventured in Vancouver, Canada to pursue my phase in Association Arts. I am Sean Woong Bi, Doo. I am natural to Hyun Eun, Kim and Hong Jick, Doo. I have first seen light on earth on 1988 Jan 1st, and was born in Korea. I am older than my sister, in a family of two kids to our parents. I would have wanted to remain in Korea besides the demands for procreation and career opportunity bring me to Canada. For purely education reasons, I decided to move here. It is personally observed that my need for education and my sideline for k immediatelyledge have been greatly influenced by the growing frugal fit of the country. For quite close totime now, Korea has become one of the progressive countries not all in Asia but in the world as salubrious. The growing economic condition of Korea has brought forth higher demands of production of goods and services and in return, great number of career opportunities. Consequently, competition for the best and top positions is bonny stiffer. many a(prenominal) schoolchilds of my age and of the younger generation are seeking for international education to obtain better and well paying origins foul sept. In particular, reading English has been highly encouraged among students. In fact most Koreans I know travel to different countries to enroll and learn English. This may pose the question, why English? Competition in the global economy and in reaching out to the global community, the English language has been recognized. This has been the trend that I have grown to competition in terms of educational learning and career opportunities. In response, most parents including my parents encourage their children to have as a priority education. Hence, presently I am now a nonmigratory here existence an international student I first engraft foot in my town in 2001, eight years agoLiving away from home has been adventurous. It is more of an exciting experience than a tedious one Korean culture has taught me to live an in figureent feel in particular, males are required to render military service at an early age that is why I have inculcated in my learning ability since I was young to learn to live by myself and not to depend on others. I knew then that it means living away from home to learn to defend our country. In the camp, we are taught to survive with the least generate of food, restricted communication even from families and most o f all personal discipline. The determined military training and the personal discipline which I have learned have greatly helped me adopt to my new place and to mingle well with foreign students. I have gotten along well with my friends in inform and in my neighborhood. First few weeks here was not as spoiled as I thought it was. The things that I usually neglect doing in my own home are now my primary concerns. I have to feed myself, do the laundry and do some groceries. Learning these introductory things was a lot of fun. Besides, my family has trained me to be in hooked in some ways. The most important learning in organism an international student in my school is the discipline. Being independent and away from ones family is a contend in itself a challenge in terms of attitude, discipline, virtues and principles in life. By being alone at an early age, I have turn up to myself that the virtues I have learned trance I was growing up have been very useful in my day to day l iving, that I could say that my parents have raised me well that I am now able to take care of myself and be a good member of society, and that people appreciate me for what I have done and what I have become. I could hardly imagine the days when I used to interest about being away from home. But I trueized that the set of hard work and perseverance which may parents have taught me have helped a lot in coping with the challenges I am facing sequence away from them.Aside from school, I enjoy the work I have gotten into. I used to work as a promoter in a night club. Being a promoter was never a bread and butter for me, it was more of a diversion from school while earning at the same time and enjoying most of it. Getting a job myself has never been a hindrance to academic success. Koreans are exposed to this sort of arrangement school and work at the same time. I grew up in an environment where students are exposed to different experiences, not upright school. Students are allow ed to explore their own world, and thus are allowed to taste a bit of how it is going to be when employed. This has been part of societys way of training students to becoming more responsible citizens. This kind of arrangement is both common in Korea and Canada the reason why I immediately got myself a job. Students are sometimes given the priority in terms of employment in sealed positions. It is more of living a practical reality of life. I study, I enjoy and earn at the same time. Moreover, doing both school and work at the same time is an evolution of my life, from being totally dependent from my parents particularly for financial support. It is my one way of growing up, to live up to what society expects me to do as a grown up. Slowly I realized the value of education and career. One can not do without the other. We obtain good education to land to a good career, otherwise, life would be stuck to little earnings which could hardly support the leisure of a stripling.The way I see things now may have been influenced by my childhood experiences. Childhood years were a lot fun that I thought it was. I used to be part of the horse backwards move team then. In fact, I earned the horse back riding youth championship award when I was fifteen (15). At first, horse back riding was nothing but part of being a child. Then I realized that not all kids come to experience that. One important lesson I learned from it is the attitude of being competitive. From the time I got the award, I learned to exert extra motility in what I do to always give the best guesswork and this does not only apply in my horse back riding competitions but in my day to day living as well. personalized outlook in life is shaped by personal experiences. Dispositions in life are also influenced with how we see life. I am gilded to have experienced what I have gone through during my younger years. At times, we take for granted the beautiful things that we do. But behind the stories they all ocate and I share, there can be seen the real person that we are, the real person that I am shaped by the virtues I have learned all throughout my life as a kid, teenager and as an adult.