I am Yung, but my real name is Sun, Moo Yung(officially) My name is Sun, Moo Young. But when I made the document for my passport there was a spelling.
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I am Yung, but my real name is Sun, Moo Yung(officially) My name is Sun, Moo Young. But when I made the document for my passport there was a spelling mistake. So officially Yung. However I don’t care about my name’s spell of English letters. I’m that kinds of boy. I don’t care and I try to not be serious. So I am quite happy and this is my birth day Oct. 6th But… nowadays I’m really tired…mentally… Because of the stock market. If this trend is going on, in some days I should go back to my country. Haha :’D Yeah, I interest in the investment! For 1 year, I have studied about the companies to invest. I was a member of that kinds of institute in my home school!
My name is Sara Kikic and I am 21 years old. I was born and grew up in Coburg, a town in south of Germany, but I have the Croatian nationality. My parents are from the No rth of Bosnia and moved to Bavaria 22 years ago. I have a sister, who is 4 years older than me. I am studying European Administration Management in m y third year of Bachelor in the East of Germany, in Halber stadt. My studies are basically a mixture of European poli tics, Economics and Social Sciences. So actually it is dea ling with the decision-making, economic relations and the society of the European Union. My passion is dancing and music in general. I was doing ballet, jazz dance and hiphop. Music is something I really could never live without. Moreover one of my favorite spo rts is Basketball. Even though I am not playing, I love to watch it and I am following the NBA. One reason for that i s that a lot of my friends are actively playing Basketball. As you can see in my choice of studies, I am very interes ted in Politics and Culture. I read a lot about religions, his tory and in general about different traditions. This is som ehow due to my own origin, but as well because of my fri ends having different roots, like Turkish, Polish, Russian, Aramaic, Persian etc.. I think it is an exciting journey to d iscover other habits, attitudes and customs. My name is Sara Kikic and I am 21 years old
Hi, my name is Eszter and I was born in Hungary in Budapest and I still live there with my family. As you can see on the picture, we are four broth-ers and sisters and as there is little age gap between us we are like friends and d o many activities together. Now I have a half-sister and a half-brotheras well, so we are a real patchwork family… Dance is my passion, I’m learning classical ballet since 4,5 years and I’m really crazy for red pointe shoes, so one day I’ll surely buy one. I’m also dancing salsa, that’s how I met my boyfriend… We like riding the bike and h iking as well. I also like really getting to know foreign countries, so thi s summer I was living in a super french family as a babys itter and visited many regions in France. I’m studying Psychology at the University of ELTE and I nternational Relations at the University Corvinus. It’s a c razy thing to do so much at a time, but I can never give up my hobbies, so I don’t sleep too much and after the exams I’m always getting ill, so I’m forced to stop and h ave a rest … Actually, I can’t decide which profession I’ll have, both ar e quite interesting…but I have time to decide.
My name is Anna Nigicser, I am a Hungarian student at Corvinus University of Budapest. I study International Rel ations (BA) and I’m really interested in getting to know pe ople from different cultures. I’d like to understand the wa y they see the world. Consequently, you can alreay gu ess I’m fund of travelling and als o learning languages. I speak Eng lish, German, a bit of Italian and funny as it may sound I’ve just st arted learning Norwegian. I can say I’m luck with it, because you just have to mix German with a hint of English pronunciation a nd there you go: you’ve got Norwegian. But you may ask why I do it? Because I have a spec ial interest in the Northern welfare states, especial ly the Norwegian society and culture. I’d really like to go there to study and work later on.