- His dance is hilarious.
He is not the best dancer in BTS and admits that dance is his weakest point but he practices a lot to perfect their choreography. But watch his traffic dance to see how hilarious and cute he is.
- He is the “eomma” of BTS.
He is considered as the mother of the group as he takes good care of his members. He even drives Jungkook, their youngest, to school.
- The boy can cook.
And, if boys can cook, there is no need for any explanation.
- He is really hard-working.
He started as a trainee without any special skills. He is not a good dancer and singer back then but he really improved a lot and is now as good as the other members.
- His love for color pink.
He even owns a pink flip phone and that is so adorable.
- He loves to eat.
He has his own segment on VApp called “Eat Jin” where he literally eats for like 7 minutes that will make you ask yourself why are you watching a twenty-three-year-old man eating. But he really looks precious when he is eating so you’ll just watch all the “Eat Jin” episodes. Plus the fact that he looks like a chipmunk when he chews. He is really adorable.
- His confidence.
He knows that he is handsome and he is really confident about it.
- His voice.
He doesn’t get a lot of lines in their songs but he really has a super nice voice. His voice is my lullaby.
- His flying kiss.
He knows that his fans really love seeing him do it so he does it in almost all videos of BTS.
- His laugh.
Oh my god his laugh. His laugh actually is the reason why he was my bias for two years. Damn, Jungkook why?
Experience is the best teacher. And that’s what I’ve learned from my on-the-job training experience. As I make my way to the last semester at Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, we are required a 200-hour on-the-job training for us to be prepared for the real thing – the working environment. I had my internship at Charter Ping An Insurance Corporation on December 5, 2016. It is a nonlife insurance that offers motor car, fire, bonds, marine insurance, etc. owned by the AXA Philippines. I was assigned to the Collection Department.
I started working on their software Geniisys to gather information about the clients of one of the brokers in our department, Ms. Cai. She taught me how to use Geniisys and gather information whether the client still has claims or none. I was very nervous at first because it’s my first time to use that software but I eventually got the hang of it. She also taught me how she does her job such as making a schedule policy. My supervisor, Ms. Nhora gave tasks to me such as encoding transmittals and organizing the letters that will be sent to the company’s clients. I also assisted Sir Joven hand out the letters to the company’s employees regarding their loans to the company. I met and talked to a lot of people through this task. I also encoded the official receipts and organized them to be sent to their clients. I also issued provisional receipts from the clients through Ms. Lanie. She also taught me a lot about the insurance policies, depreciation, and other things. Our department head Sir Mike assigned tasks to me such as extracting files from their database, printing, and sending the letters to the company’s clients. Aside from those tasks, I also fill up the lbc form, put the letters inside the lbc pouch, and make a transmittal for those letters. I also answered calls whenever some employees are on leave or are not available at the moment. I learned how to use the Xerox machine for photocopying and scanning documents, which I wasn’t able to learn since we don’t have a Xerox machine at home. The last task I did is the filling of all the official receipts that I encoded and the lbc forms that I filled out.
Having my internship at Charter Ping An Insurance Corporation was a pleasant experience. I learned many things and met new people. Using new software is really nice because I am not really techie. Encoding transmittals and letters helped me learn a lot of Microsoft Excel’s shortcuts which I am not an expert. Handing out letters to the different employees of the company helped me reduce my anxiety when talking to other people. I learned how to interact and communicate more to other people. I also learned how to work fast and having different tasks at one is really challenging. I also got the opportunity to see how the people in the upper management talked to their employees and how do they act whenever they are in a meeting.
I also had quite some memorable experiences in my internship. There is that day when I got to the elevator with one of the people from upper management and the way he talked to me is really nice. I was intimidated at first because he is from a higher position but he is really approachable and asked questions about myself. This is quite memorable because I also dreamed of having a high position someday and the feeling that I was able to talk to one, is really cool. Next is the relationship I built with one of the employees in our department, Ms. Cai. She is a really nice person and I was able to be close with her. There was a time that she asked me to go with her outside the office. And until now, we still communicate sometimes. There’s also the last day of the work in December. The people in our department are very busy and I’ve got multiple tasks to do. But at the end of the day, some employees gave me simple tokens like brownies and wafers. Our department head also took us for lunch during my last day at the office.
The other employees in the company are also nice. I was able to get close to the other interns at the office even if they are in different departments. I sometimes eat lunch with them or talk to them whenever we see each other. There are also the employees in the Underwriting department which I had lunch with also. The guards and the employees in the GSD department are also approachable and friendly. I usually go to their department to deliver the letters and chat with them while they’re checking the letters I’ve delivered.
My overall OJT experience was great. Even though I only did minor tasks, I think the most important part is that I was able to see and grasp what is happening in the working environment, what is in store for me, and what I will do for the rest of my life from the career that I had chosen. It prepared me for the real thing. It proved what I really want and do not want to do. And it showed the path that I will take for a few months.
Wasted efforts are the worst.Devoting your time and your soul while no one appreciates or even notices is the worst experience you will ever have. It will make you feel that you’re worthless. It will make you feel that you’re a failure. Heck, it will even make you doubt yourself-Why am I doing this? Why am I still doing this? Do I still need to do this? Are all of these worth it in the end? I wonder if they are.
“Masci produces not only intelligent people, they also produced the strongest ones, like me.”
Advanced Algebra. Advanced Physics. Advanced Chemistry. Too many electives. But Masci really helped me a lot not only in academics but especially in overcoming challenges in life. 7am-7pm class then you need to do the homeworks until midnight then wake up at 5am in the morning then repeat the same schedule, but guess what? It’s all worth it. I love Masci, with those advanced subjects, too many electives, and all. 🙂
“Nakapasa ang kuya mo sa Manila Science High School, dapat ikaw rin.”
Pressured. Annoyed. Sad. Angry. Feeling meh.
Science schools are for the brainiest, they are conceptualized for intellectually intelligent individuals who have muscled brains that could carry loads of knowledge… which I know do not characterized me. But for the sake of being an obedient child, I took the entrance exam. The gods played the most hilarious joke, I PASSED. Toinks.
Gruelling, that is how i described the moment I saw my name on the list. It’s as if I am in a blotter logbook of some precinct. I wanted to cry in full dismay, that I am looking forward to a boring highschool life. My parents are announcing it to everyone, jumping for enormous joy while I am bidding goodbye to my hoolahoops and jumpropes.
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You’re going to get hurt. You’re going to meet new people and they will be a part of your life. But they’re not going to stay. There will come a time that they will leave you and you will be devastated. You’re going to blame yourself for that. Their leaving will make you think that you aren’t enough, that whatever you do, you will never be enough. You will never be enough to make people stay.
But you’re going to fall in love again. This time, it’s a one-sided love but you won’t care. You’ll love him and you’ll be thankful because you thought you’ll never feel this again but because of him, you will. And you’re going to meet new friends. They aren’t that many but they’re loyal and they will stay by your side no matter what happens and that’s enough.
You’re going to commit lots of mistakes. But that’s okay. You’ll learn from those. Those mistakes will make you strong and will inspire you to do better. And from now on, you’re going to experience more hardships. But you will overcome those. You need to overcome those hardships to achieve your goal. You will endure all those hardships and carry on with your life.
And lastly, keep doing what you’re doing right now because you’re doing well.