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Andrea, 18 year old, Venezuelan

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Thats sweet but how do you communicate like in english or korean?Is he fluent in english. And what do your parents think. Sorry if i am too curious.
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haha it is okay don’t worry! feel free to ask :)

well, we met in England last year, we were both attending to an English school so yes we both speak English fluently and most of the time we communicate in English but after he went back to Korea he decided to start learning Spanish meanwhile I study Korean.

Well, actually before I went to England I was planning to go to Korea right after because I wanted to attend to an university there so it wasn’t a big problem for my parents to understand and for his parents they are completly okay with it 

lensowman:

Burası okul, düdüklü tencere değil.

my everything <3 Getting ready to visit you next month darling.

labellavita-l:

They are the real heroes.

Please take a second to pray for the survivors in ferry & also these heroes

 Last messages from Survivors and Students trapped inside the ferry
... PRAY FOR SOUTH KOREA

(出典: sehunphilia)

The only comeback I’m waiting for right now is for the hundreds missing in Korea.

(出典: clarissseee)

My heart goes out to the people in South Korea.

angie-the-aggresive-fangirl:

Of course we can’t we 100% certain but this is from a korean news broadcast. The top one is the number of people known to be on the boat. 475
The second is known amount of people to be deceased. 20
The third is number of people found, rescued, and alive. 179
While the last one is number of people still missing. 276
Of course even though this is news straight from Korea it can be wrong. For latest on the ferry accident I would recommend daum.net a korean website.
I pray for everyone’s safety and a return back home. Pray for South Korea

afp-photo:

REPUBLIC OF KOREA, JINDO : A relative of passengers on board a capsized ferry prays as she waits for news of the missing people at a harbour in Jindo early on April 17, 2014. South Korean rescue teams, including elite navy SEAL divers, raced to find up to 293 people missing from a capsized ferry carrying 459 passengers and crew — mostly high school students bound for a holiday island. AFP PHOTO / ED JONES