In our last issue, I said that you should discover what you really want out of life. Do you still seek only wealth, fame, and stability? If so, then you seem to forget what you really want to be in the future. This is the reality of twenties’ life these days. I don’t want to be like that, so I will tell you about my dream.
My dream is to be a journalist. The word journalist includes reporters, newspaper men, correspondents, etc. I want to be a newspaper reporter. The time that I first dreamed of this job was when I was a sophomore. At the end of my freshman period, I applied for a reporter job at the Campus Journal, CWNU's English newspaper, even though I was indifferent to that. After getting the acceptance notice, I doubted that I could do it well. I found the jobs in our press (writing an article, reporting, editing, etc.) tiring at first but I soon got used to it. Though they usually were hard for me to do, I felt really great after finishing the work. Those experiences gave rise to my dream.
Now I’m a senior and busy with preparations for employment. Seniors are also very busy trying to earn credits and meet specifications now. Just like the others, I am trying to make my dream come true. So I work at our press as the editor-in-chief and do outside activities (public communication and guest reporter at other institutions) these days.Some people react that choosing to be a journalist lacks foresight. But I want to do that job rather than compromise with reality, because I might regret if I don’t do the things that I really want. Though the way to realize my dream is hard, I’ll try to make it come true.
Park Ji-min email@example.com
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