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When I opened my yearbook I began to reminisce about my half year of high school in Korea As I flipped through the pages of the yearbook a picture of an old man with a benevolent smile caught my eyes Daydreaming about the incident my eyesight became hazy and I felt my hands becoming swollen which always refreshes my memory of his profound words His name is Mr Lee my high school teacher in Korea A very thin and tall man Mr Lee is very caring and always tries to understand the students concerns and finds joy in having conversations with them Mr Lee and I used to discuss my plans to go to the US and why I studied English so intensively He helped give me confidence that I would find success in the US and I began to think of him as a very respectable man When I found out that Mr Lee unlike most teachers in Korea never hit students I began to respect him even more Unfortunately other students had negative opinions of him and thought he was a coward You know what Your favorite teacher Mr Lee is really sissy Chang-Min screamed pointing a finger at me I think he is afraid of students Thats why he cant hit students Staring at him enraged that he would speak badly about my favorite teacher I dashed at him and yelled Dont talk about Mr Lee that way OK A constant troublemaker at school Chang-Min was shocked that I stood up to him and looked at me surprised He thought I was always introspective and would never stand up for myself and he could sense his hard-earned notoriety slipping away Looking at his ridiculous surprised face I grew even angrier Ironically to defend a teacher who didn t hit students I resorted to violence to deal with Chang-Min Suddenly I kicked him in the stomach and we started fighting Phil-bong the vice-principal
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