It has grown into such a huge part of my life, so it is not shocking that I want to be a Kilgore Rangerette in college! Most people would not find this as a surprise, because I have dreamed about this goal my whole life. Walking in my freshman year into drill team, my love for dance grew tremendously. Drill team has helped me venture out into more styles and ways of dancing, and has without a doubt been my favorite. To be a Kilgore College Rangerette, would be an absolute dream come true.
In other words, Korean dramas capable to portrayed Korean cultures and Asian values such as courtesy, respect for parents and elders, solidarity and the holiness of love and marriage. These values displayed in the uniquely way of life in a modern Korean society that has gone through an economically and technology advancement. Korean dramas creatively combines traditional elements with modern values. In Indonesia, Korean drama are frequently watched by adolescents from the range of age 15 to 24 years old. This finally proven by one of the most favorite drama which titled Secret Garden that achieved a rating of 2.0 and a share of 14.1 (research and development Indosiar: 2011).
In my free time I enjoy a variety of activities, but came to the conclusion dance was my all time favorite sport. Watching people dance and different types of styles of dance just became of much interest to me. At an early age dance seemed to have stuck to me and my lifestyle permanently. I would wake up dancing, dream about dancing and just wanted to show other people how to dance. Nonetheless, dance became such an impact in my life and has really molded me into the person that I wanted to be.
So leave everything that you are doing and take a look at the childhood photo diary of your favorite celebrity and feel happy seeing them. We are sure these photos will make your day and remind you of your childhood too. Happy days. 1. Amitabh Bachchan: Could you recognize this cute little boy?
I loved that bracelet. I loved how it would jingle every time I moved. I think lost it. I loved dancing: I always did it. Whenever I felt bored, I would walk right into the middle of the room and, without needing any music, I’d start twirling on one foot, the other leg bent, trying to stay on my toes as much as my inexperienced body would allow me, with my arms raised above my head.
A good example of role models is celebrities. They have a massive influence on people all around the world, especially teenagers. Many teens idolize celebrities aspire to be them. They are famous and many people try to imitate them. This is the perfect way to get them to do good things in their life.
Besides having the cheer team, the alumni of Akaraka were present at both the stadium and the after party. This shows the collectivistic culture of Korea where people value the needs of group or a community. Even though they have already graduated from the school, many came done to show their support and all the Akarakas showed great cohesion during their cheer performance. Even though Korea score higher on masculinity, the cheer team consist mostly of males, instead of females. Contrary to other cultures, cheer teams usually consist of mostly females.
I thought it was interesting to do the second semester project with my sodality to find out how people see and live out respect in different ways. I think it is so interesting getting to know a few people and getting to talk to them once a week for a whole year. I think I gained better relationship skills with others through learning about one another's stories and faith lives. A lesson I learned about myself through my service work was that I have a burning passion to help others. Whenever I was getting ready to go to service, I was always excited and I was always happy thinking about all the people I was going to help that particular service day.
I love cheering because It’s a die heart sport and it takes a lot of focus, dedication. Another reason why cheer is important to me is that it defines who you are some times, it lets you see how well you work with others just like in any other sport . When I first joined cheer I didn’t know what to do I was so confused and even know how to do a toe touch or stunt like the other cheerleaders did. But i suck it out and became more in love with cheer than I was before. Cheerleading builds up confidence, being able to perform in front of the whole school it very scary but it is exciting.
The hallyu or Korean wave portrays an unprecedented frame of Korean popular culture by the Korean media alongside the line with commercial nationalism. As a result, the Korean wave is manifested as a regional cultural trend signifying a triumph of Korean culture (Hyejung, 2007, p. 3). Different Korean entertainment productions such as movies, television shows and k-pop are enjoyed globally. A report by the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS, 2011a) about Korean dramas explains how this global phenomenon has become widespread around the world. In the Philippines the k-drama Boys over flower was a big hit, and their two biggest broadcasting networks both regularly air Korean dramas which are dubbed into Filipino.