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12 November 2006


pe‧riph‧er‧al  /pəˈrɪfərəl/ –adjective
1.pertaining to, situated in, or constituting the periphery: peripheral resistance on the outskirts of the battle area.
2.concerned with relatively minor, irrelevant, or superficial aspects of the subject in question.
3.Anatomy. near the surface or outside of; external.
4.Computers. of or pertaining to a peripheral. –noun
5.Computers. a device or unit that operates separately from the CPU but is connected to it, as a magnetic disk or tape unit or a printer. Unabridged (v 1.0.1)
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2006.

In the morning...

Coffee Break...

Lunch time...


when I go to party (or pub)

I have stress becasue I stood outside of my friends.

Of course, my character is so shy but the problem is they more shared many things than me.

A bit Related News of my situation (From Guardian unlimited)


Simone said...

Hello Ji-ho, it’s difficult. What to say? I can’t say you topics to talk about or something like that. There must be some other things you are interested in despite computer and pop music. We have at least one thing in common: We are at a foreign country to learn English. I don’t know, how we can help you. Or rather: I don’t know, how I can help you. I see, that it’s difficult to talk with someone, with who you don’t share any interests. I don’t know what you’re interested in despite the things I mentioned. Perhaps you want to know something about a person’s country or stuff like that.
Just talk, nobody will bite you. Because it’s a little bit strange for me, to receive a text-message that says “good night” after we just went away from a party or like the last one. It’s a beginning, when you say these things, at the moment they are happening. Like when we’re ask you, what’s wrong with you. You can say all these things and suddenly we’re in a conversation. :)
I know it’s easy for me to say that. Easier than to do it, but perhaps it helps you.
What do you suggest to do?

yaka said...

hi jiho,it's yaka.i don't think you are shy. during the class, you are so active and i think you've got lots of knowledge and you always try to share it with us.all i wanna say to you is "believe in yourself".don't say "i am shy"to look really depressed sometimes,but i know you are also very talkative and funny in the other times.
i agree with simone,why don't you share your sadness or loneliness during break time and lunch time when we ask about your feeling? you always say like"i am ok" but i am sure that you are not.if you could just speak about yourself,we can start conversation!!and perhaps you can feel better by having chat with us :)