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Coalescence

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Bros, do you have any news about your China plans?

I myself want to go there as Student or researcher maybe after grad, postgrad, but first HSK 4
I'm still waiting for flight prices to China to go down here, and watching how the Covid situation over there evolves, before making a plan to go back, the major roadblock is the financial cost of the two week quarantine and flight prices. As of now, I'm just taking online classes and failing at it lol.
 

MrCrazyBoyRavi

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what a weird expeirience. Why are korean so much passionate evangelical Christians ? My korean boss & I were going on a work site about 1 hour drive. After few chitchat about different topics, Bro went full preacher mode. I am agnostic by belief but he kept preaching god & was so adamant to convert me. Like seriously wtf. I was trying to put my arguments and my opinion but he felt offended and we end up arguing & discussing for whole journey. Later even when we returned from site, same shit.

my boss is a good person and work really hard but why did he had to forcibly spoonfeed his ideologies to a person who isn’t even interested. We finally ended our conversation in less hostile terms, but still it was mind boggling. Even my american friends never try to impose their religious believes on me.
I wonder how it likes to be a buddhist/muslim in Korea.
 

siegecrossbow

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what a weird expeirience. Why are korean so much passionate evangelical Christians ? My korean boss & I were going on a work site about 1 hour drive. After few chitchat about different topics, Bro went full preacher mode. I am agnostic by belief but he kept preaching god & was so adamant to convert me. Like seriously wtf. I was trying to put my arguments and my opinion but he felt offended and we end up arguing & discussing for whole journey. Later even when we returned from site, same shit.

my boss is a good person and work really hard but why did he had to forcibly spoonfeed his ideologies to a person who isn’t even interested. We finally ended our conversation in less hostile terms, but still it was mind boggling. Even my american friends never try to impose their religious believes on me.
I wonder how it likes to be a buddhist/muslim in Korea.

Because he wants to save your soul. The fact that he preached to you for so long means he cares about you.
 

JebKerman

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It's a lot of work, but it can also be fun if its what you are interested in. Joint some student teams/groups that interest you, I learnt more through those than the lectures, and you make friends for life.
 

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