This is probably a good time to mention that I can hold a lit match in my mouth. I guess a better tip would be, “practice until you can do it drunkenly.”
physical education more like pointless embarrassment
아무래도 일본에 사니까 일본어가 유창해지는거 같기도 하다. 식당에서 주문하는건 기본, 환불도 해보고, 택시도 전화로 불러보고 (하지만, 물론 처음에는 어려웠지…) 이제 나는 점점 일본의 문화에 익숙해지고 있는 거 같다.
홈스테이 할때, 더 어려운 경험을 할지도 모른다… 긴장이 되네…
I guess living in the actual country influences the increase of your fluency of the corresponding language. As of now, ordering in a restaurant is very basic. Other than that, I’ve also exchanged items I didn’t want and also called cabs by phone (But of course, at first it was hard to get by…). I feel like I’m starting to get more used to the culture here in Japan.
When I start my homestay I might have more difficult experiences more than what I have right now…It only makes me more nervous…
Japanese Bars, Hikone Castle, My Room, Being a Ninja, Traditional Japanese Restaurant, A Mini Port, The Naked Hot Springs, and Conveyer Belt Sushi.
Just a little tiny picture summary of my Japan trip so far :)