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My name is Sunny and now University student.
My major is Tourism Management.And now I live in
Pusan. If you have a plan to travel in Pusan or you want to know Korean Language, I can
help you. I can speek English, even though my
English skill have to polish. Indeed, I lived in
Canada approximately eight months.

My information as follow :

Name : Sunny
Sex : Female (23years old)
E-mail : sarangkh@hanmail.net
Hometown : Pusan (if you have a plan such as
teaching, traveling, business etc., I'd like to
give information which are help you, because when I
staied in Canada, lots of my friends help me.
That's why. Don't hesitate!)
Sunny
Pusan, South Korea - Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 19:20:13 (KST)
PARTY TIME!!!!!!!!

At Club "ibiza" we are planning to have the biggest party

for foreingers on March 10th!!

If you ain't got nothing to do..or..if you got something to

do...it doesn't matter cause you gotta come here anyway!!!

On March 10th Most of foreingers in pusan are all about to

come to this club and talk about how they live,where they

usually go, what they usually do and enjoy the greatest

party on Earth!!!!

So If you think you are a Party animal, then come and

enjoy!!and make sure that you bring your friend with you

too!! Because this will be the greatest party of this

century that you and your friend should not miss!!!!

The Club "ibiza" is located at 2nd basement of NIKE building

(where the hollywood star is at) at SOMYON.

Just come and Enjoy!!!

you will be able to have the greatest party time of your

life time!!!!!
JOE
- Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 13:19:53 (KST)

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK


VISIT MY SITE AT www.cs.vu.nl/~flippes

FDL
- Thursday, March 01, 2001 at 05:34:00 (KST)


We are always drunk and we are from Holland
H-Virus & FDL
Heemskerk, NED - Wednesday, February 28, 2001 at 21:38:43 (KST)
hi everybody^-^ i am nok,16,f and i live in korea, pusan
this site was really interesting
y i visit this site, i am anxious to know that korea as foreigners see it
i am ashamed to say that, i can know about pusan more than before..
i wanna many foreign ppl can know about pusan from this site
sorry for my poor english~^0^;;
have fun!!
yeonnok
pusan, korea - Sunday, February 25, 2001 at 01:38:03 (KST)
안녕하세요~
이쁜 수진이가 또 왔습니다.하하^^
충계방학 할때..
선생님께서,
"이제 오늘이 4-1반 으로써 마지막이다~
자 마지막으로 인사 우렁차게 하고 가자!"
라고 하셨을때 정말 눈물이 나오려고 했어요.
그동안 즐겁고 뜻깊은 추억 많이 만들어서
후회는 절~대 절대 없어요~
선생님!!
이젠 5학년 답게 저도 열심히 할께요.
그리고 5학년 되서도 선생님 자주 만날수 있으니깐
기분이 정말정말 날아갈 듯이 기쁘답니당~히히^^*
아참..
제프 교수님(?)께도 전해 주세요~
항상 건강하시고 우리 이쁜이 선생님
행복하게 해 드리시라구요~!
그럼 안녕히 계세요..
장수진
- Friday, February 23, 2001 at 16:25:43 (KST)
Hello My name is George and I spent 15 months in Pusan at Camp Hialeah. I really enjoyed myself and I love Korea and Korean people. I have a girl friend named Youn Kyoung there and I miss her very much. I would like to talk to anyone in Pusan because I had the best time in my life there
George Freeman
WSMR, USA - Friday, February 23, 2001 at 06:00:58 (KST)
Hello My name is George and I spent 15 months in Pusan at Camp Hialeah. I really enjoyed myself and I love Korea and Korean people. I have a girl friend named Youn Kyoung there and I miss her very much. I would like to talk to anyone in Pusan because I had the best time in my life there
George Freeman
WSMR, USA - Friday, February 23, 2001 at 06:00:53 (KST)
Hi!Kevin.. I'm Sally.
Your very good!!!
good-bye
sally
Sally
- Wednesday, February 21, 2001 at 16:02:28 (KST)
Hey all , I am 14 , and i was told about this program called Desktop Dollars... all you do is download it .. and get paid for surfing the web ... It's too great , you dont need any credit card , you print out a for with a parents signature and in 30 days you start to get money ... Email me for more info. You have to be 13 or older. Later, Brandon
Brandon Crooks
Brocton, United States - Saturday, February 17, 2001 at 04:33:08 (KST)
I'm adopted from Pusan, South Korea, and pretty much no nothing of Korea. For my research paper for English I'm comparing how different my life now to how my life would have been still in Korea. I think this website is very interesting, and very informative. 
Bethany Taylor
Monterey Bay, USA - Tuesday, February 13, 2001 at 12:27:49 (KST)
 
It's great to see a Pusan web site.
James A. Chappell
Saint Louis, USA - Tuesday, February 13, 2001 at 05:03:07 (KST)
 
hallo everybody,
I'll be visiting Korea and Pusan during june 2001.
This is a helpfull site. I'll be very interested in some more tips concerning the nightlife. I like dance and music but not for kids but for people in their thirty's or forty's. Also I want to be among the Koreans themself and not be a tourist who go to the tourist-places. I mean food and stay.
thank you and greetings
malcolm de Bruijn
malcolm de bruijn 
amsterdam, holland - Monday, February 12, 2001 at 23:52:19 (KST)
 
Hello! Let me invite you to visit and see my website http://www.altogallego.com about the North of Spain (the Pirynees Mountains). The 3D panoramics are really superb... 
Spain Friends
SPAIN - Monday, February 05, 2001 at 07:57:58 (KST)
 
Julice's Korean Jobs 
www.julice.co.kr 

Hi, there. We recruit graduates for English teaching positions in Korea. 
Various schools come to us when they are looking for new teachers and we then go out and 
try to find teachers for them. We are looking for native English speakers with a degree or diploma in any discipline. 
We believe we can be an asset to you who have a desire to get out there into the world as they will benefit from the experience of relating to people from another culture, Learn how to adapt to different diets, and climates, And of course the teacher would be able to earn a bunch of tax free cash which could be used to pay off loans. 
We post all of our positions currently available on out website at . 
We are based here in Korea and understand how Korean bosses think and teachers will have the benefit of our experience and guidance which will be available to them. We hope that we can be a benefit to you and give the opportunities that are available for you here in the land of the morning calm. 

We have a website where english teaching jobs are listed. Part time joibs are listed there also. Please feel free to browse the jobs there and contact the potential part time employers directly. 

----------------------- 
Julice.co.kr 
Pongsundong 455-1, Nam-ku, Kwangju, South Korea 
503-062 
Email : juliceco@julice.co.kr 
http://www.julice.co.kr 
Phone : 82 62 651 4436 
Fax : 82 62 651 4661 

julice
Kwangju, Korea - Friday, February 02, 2001 at 20:23:48 (KST)
I have been to Pusan twice, and I loved it. Such a great city! Friendly people, as in all of Korea, also. I greatly miss is. I stayed at the Hyatt Regency both trips. It was fabulous.

I hope to get back as soon as possible.

Jeff Friedman
Orlando, Florida, USA - Wednesday, January 31, 2001 at 13:22:11 (KST)
hi, I am trying to look for my friend, we met about 1 1/2 years ago, then we lost contact. I thought i might give it a shot here. Her name is Hyun Kyung Park (Karen Park), we met at Findlay, Ohio. She lives in Pusan. Thats about it. Anybody could help me finding her, let me know. thanks.
Sumadi 
california, USA - Monday, January 29, 2001 at 17:34:37 (KST)
This is a great site guy. I was in Pusan in 96-97. It was
a great time. Like someone commented earlier "You can beat the
night life" I want to say congradulation to Dione and his
new bride. I guess those private english lessons paid off.
Again, congradulations. Think of Texes Street and you will 
me and Dave Balcanquel (Two Belleville Boys). All I want
to say is through all the crap one has to endure it is a 
great experience. You will find in the future that it is
one of the best times of your life. Sometimes I wish I 
was back there instead of rotting behind this desk all day.
I will be back for a holiday in the spring. First time back
since I left. Look out Dallas club and all your pretty little
SOJO friends (Ummmmm SOJO). Enjoy! 
Eric Deacon
Montreal, Cnada - Thursday, January 25, 2001 at 02:46:15 (KST)
This site is hilarious. Especially the Q&A section. Found Tae Eun's interviewing technique is quite wonderful. See you in April darling.
Neil 
Motspur Park, England - Sunday, January 21, 2001 at 16:25:42 (KST)
I am leaving for Pusan next week and I have read this site and found
it very helpful. I will be teaching i a school there and had some questions 
that your site answered for me. Thanks!
Mary Theresa Jeffries 
Largo, Florida, USA - Saturday, January 20, 2001 at 21:18:56 (KST)
hi, cedar. nice work, here, for sure. can you add tommy bookstore(across the street from debek plaza)? better selection and slightly better prices (teachers get a discount, too) than withus. one more thing. when you get back can you call or email me? i have a student who is going to calcutta in the late spring, and wants to brush up on his bengali. figured you may know somebody able to help the guy. he's got a book, but.. anyway, thanks!great site!
greg 
teagu, korea - Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 13:44:42 (KST)
Just stopped by to look at your site. Thanks!
Ernie
Norcross, GA, USA - Thursday, January 18, 2001 at 11:05:20 (KST)
NEED PEOPLE TO COMMENT ON MY WEBSITE ABOUT KOREA

www.fortunecity.com/victorian/exhibition/605

lv. message on guestbook, preferably after viewing all 30 pages.

jo
- Wednesday, January 17, 2001 at 13:27:07 (KST)
hallo all out in the space.Dont miss http://hallonsaft.cjb.net
leif
stockholm, stockholm - Monday, January 15, 2001 at 07:36:58 (KST)
Just found this website while surfing. Supposedly I am origanlly from Pusan but I was abandoned when I was two and then I came to America after being adopted by my American family. Wanted to learn some things about Pusan so that's why I came to this website. If anyone has anything they'd like to tell me about Pusan please feel free to e-mail me. Thanks!
Amy Ki Ballard 
Salt Lake City, UT, USA - Friday, January 12, 2001 at 06:13:57 (KST)
> hi: 
hello! I'm very glad to recognize you. I am from china.
> > > The city of Qingdao is my hometown and it’s in the east of Shandong province. It’s a very beautiful seaside city. Many persons from Korea come to Qingdao. And the people of Qingdao is very friendly to them. There’s a lot of Korean hotels and Korean words at the street of Qingdao.
> > > Yesterday evening it was sonwing,until today noon . The sky and the sea are blue and the seagulls are flying in the sky of the sea . Many persons come to Zhanqiao of Qingdao . The sea is great!
> > > Taegu is a beautiful Korean city, as you know. Qingdao and Taegu have been friendly cities. The mayor of Taegu came to the 10th Qingdao Internationaol Beer Fesitival . Baby Vox from Korea sang 3 songs at the Qing
dao Int’l Beer Fesitival. Qingdao has become a happy sea and thousands of friends from many countries in the world had come to Qingdao Int’l Beer Fesitival.
.
> > > I enjoy traveling ,swimming in the sea, reading and sports ect. I’m fond of music,especially Korean porpular songs. I learned financial accounting at my university. I began to work in Qingdao
> > > I’m busy and tired a little infinancial department those days. But I will do my best and make progress.
> > > You know , I take great interest in Korea .I began to collect everything about Korea and wrote down a lot when I was at university. But I don’t know much about Korea , Can you tell me more about your county? esp.the place where you live .
> > > Are you at school today? In fact china is a byond 5000 years history. It's difficult to tell you all the history about great china! Let me tell you in future,OK? Hundreds of years ago ,Korean persons spoke chiese.so now when I learnKorean, I find that the pronounciation of many Korean words is similar to chinese. Thus I feel simple ,but I must study hard .
> > > I often listion to KBS Radio Korea International in the evening. I know a little aboutKorea by listioning to KBS and I like KBS very much . This month I sent an e-mail to KBS for the first time .That day KBS read it on the radio and I was too glad! 
> > > Now I learn Korean by myself, and I think I will grasp Korea in time. 
I’ll try my best! If I could go to Korea (have a look, travel) someday, I will be happy very much . That will be my pleasure!
> > > I want to know where you are in Korea and more things about where you live,can you tell me? Do you like china? Have you heard the Great Wall of china?
> > > “How do you do” : it’s pronounciation is “ ni hao” in Chinese.
> > > “Let’s make good friends”: that say “ rang wo men zuo hao peng you ”
in chinese.
> > > “ Welcome to Qingdao” : that say “ Qingdao huan ying ni ”
> > > " Korea is a beautiful country ''that say " Hanguo shi yi ge mei li de guo jia''
> > > I'm waiting your letter! 
> > > 
> > > Happy every day !
> > > 
> > > my e_MAIL : jinbo3@163.net
> > > KING BO
2001.1.12
kingbo 
qingdao, china - Thursday, January 11, 2001 at 21:56:49 (KST)
Hope you guys all have good days..
I am a person who really like to meet people.
But so fat it has been kind of difficult to fine foreign friends here in Pusan..so i am trying this site.
Feel free to email me..^^
take care.
joojoo 
Pusan, S.Korea - Wednesday, January 10, 2001 at 14:04:39 (KST)
I'm glad things are so vibrant in Pusan, and it's great to recognize a few faces here and there on the website even after nearly three years away. Grad school is almost over, the local Green Party is growing, and death metal rules! Where's Penny?
Tim Stewart 
Kent, Washington, USA - Sunday, January 07, 2001 at 16:01:22 (KST)
To all my old friends...I am teaching up north in Labrador.....and think of Korea and my friends often.Funny how being in the frigid makes one think of warmer thoughts.A big hi to anyone who remembers me(97-98)
Email me @ nbdi@hotmail.com...love to hear from you...Di
Diane Gillies 
Canada - Thursday, January 04, 2001 at 21:24:55 (KST)

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