The experience of writing articles as a reporter was a lot more rewarding than I thought. To write articles, reporters have to know many more things besides the contents written in the magazine. For me, it was a great opportunity to learn many things about Charles Dickens and Vogue paintings, the themes which I chose for my articles. I want to say thank you to the reporters of The UOS Times, who always helped me to write my articles.
Firstly, I want to thank you to Shin Jeong-ho, Lee Moon-joo, and the interviewees. After Jeong-ho and Moon-joo introduced interviewees for my article, it enriched the content.
Even though this is not my first time to write articles, I still felt awkward to work as a reporter for The UOS Times. However, I feel that the more articles I write, the more skillful I become. I hope our readers expect even more development from us in the next issue!
It has been about five months since I first entered The UOS Times last April. I recently became a junior reporter and now write my own articles for the magazine. It is still hard for me to write an article in English. However, through this experience, I learned not only how to write better in English, but also gained the confidence that comes along with knowing that you can do anything by trying your best. I think The UOS Times is an optimal place to improve, both intellectually and spiritually. So, come to The UOS Times without hesitation and challenge yourself by writing an article in English while keeping the NIKE slogan “Just do it” beside you.
It has been a half a year since I joined The UOS Times as a reporter. In the 144th issue, Jae-in and I wrote an article dealing with student eating habits at UOS. This experience taught me a lot and I want to show appreciation for the kindness I received from everyone who helped me write my first article.