Our campus exhibits its own glorious beauty in lovely spring weather. Cherry Blossom on the road leading to the road and flower-printed skirts remind us of the spring around us. This vital atmosphere seemed not to be Korean students' minds.
Youth, Broken Heart by Prof. Kim Nan-do is continuously standing on the bestseller list. More than a half a million student got consoled by his warmhearted word. This book became a kind of syndrome in the spring of 2011.
This trend reflects the youth having a sense of uneasiness about their uncertain futures. They are burdened, neither free nor energized.
While writing this essay, I myself, am very anxious about my future. I am afraid to take a clear direction and face the hand reality. As time flies towards graduation, I remain skeptical about my future.
I recently looked at a twitter mention from Park Kyung-chul(@chondoc)called "Country doctor." He said, "All of you world know your limits, but they are really yours alone. It's time to break and surpass them." I was a bit shocked at his saying. In youth, you are very vulnerable and unstable. But you need not to be broken-hearted. In that best seller, the author said, "If you don't know where you're going, just go." It is important co keep your life going.
In this 236th The Chungdae Post, we cover those who overcome self-imposed barriers in diverse fields. We also provide tips for you to energize yourself. CP hopes may cherry blossom in your mind!
By Kim Rang Editor-in-chief
Kim Rang email@example.com
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