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The most memorable hours in my lifeIt seems very easy question to write about most memorable hours in my life However it is very tricky question than it seems Memories make you laugh get angry even cry but the one thing is for sure they all share a place deep in our hearts I have so many memories but the two which stands out most in my mind are i had chance to cover of news related to North Korea with the rest of the Seoul branch of the Associated Press to film for hour and last one hour before I left Lebanon during I was serving in army and stationed in there for 6month It was very hard debating that I need to choose which is most valuable or memorable memories in my life So I tried to approach different type of perspective toward my stories Which stories can arouse interesting to others as well since I cannot decide which stories more important to me Life is a thing that always cannot be measured During growing up Ive had many memorable and important experiences A lot of these situations have led me to become a better person I can say that I have had my share of bad experiences as well but all have led up to one major event in my life that I am most proud of However I strongly think that filming north Korea during I had internship from Associaed Press was most memorable hours in my life because it is very rare experience to see North Korea closely as a South KoreanBefore starting about this story it is very important why Korea was divided as two countries even though they had lived together for over 5000 years in human history After West and East German unified as on country by breaking Berlin wall Korea has been only one country and leftover as only the one symbol of cold war in
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