After graduation, each of my classmates follows their own paths. Some went to work; some continued to study and some decided to get married. I feel very happy that my friends take turns to get married and build happy families.
Dear my beloved readers, today I want to share with you one of the most important events in my life. That is my university graduation ceremony, the big event that I have been looking forward to for years.
I love watching Korean dramas and feel dreamy with the romantic scenes. I always wish to be the main heroine in the drama and today my wish came true. In the exchange program, the Korean friends gave us chances to act several scenes in the famous Korean drama called “The Heirs”.
During the Korean exchange program, the Vietnamese staff introduces the Korean students to coconut candies (Kẹo dừa), the specialty of Ben Tre province. The coconut candies can be found mostly from Ben Tre province which is regarded as the coconut’s homeland in Vietnam.
Ttakji game (딱지치기) is a Korean traditional game using folded paper disks. The Korean friends instructed us how to fold a Ttakji by using colourful thick paper.
I had a thesis defense on July 30. My faculty organized the thesis defense from July 29 to July 31. I felt extremely bewildered and scared of the defense. I always get butterflies in my stomach whenever I imagine standing in front of the committee to defend my thesis.
After revising the draft of my thesis many times, I managed to submit the official thesis today. Sleepless nights filled with pressure and worried were over. My fingers hurt a lot because I had to type too much. I and other friends tried to catch up with the deadline which was 12 a.m.