And this concludes my Japan adventure last year. This is for the fulfillment of my duty to my country before I left, that as a blogger and an active youth in the social media arena, I will take responsibility in sharing the role of a Filipino youth in international cooperation for the development of our country. So let me narrate to you how a normal political science student indulged herself in the amazing youth ambassador experience.
Every Sunday, me and my siblings never failed to gather around the living room to have our weekend dose of laughter from watching the Korean famous variety show, Two Days and One Night. We became fans of the show from its second season up until now. It’s like it became our ritual every Sunday that’s why we never miss any episode. And because of that, our mother who used to wonder why her children liked watching a foreign program even though no one can understand the language, now joined us as we spread our laughter across the room. She would also make us some instant ramyun (korean noodles) for snack to go with it. Thanks to Sky Cable for bringing KBS World’s already English subbed TV programs to our home and bringing our family much closer together.
Image from kbsworld.kbs.co.kr
And still, the Japan appreciation post still didn’t end last year. I wanted a scenic photo to be played with VSCO cam and so I found the Japan trip photos last year were very suitable. One thing came into my mind after getting the results: Japan will always be photogenic. From major attractions to normal buildings and other infrastructures.