Kdrama review : Doctors episode 5 ( Bahasa Indonesia)

Sebelumnya di episode 4, P.Hong mendatangi Hye Jung saat HJ sedang berlatih boxing.

Setelah bergulat akhirnya PH (P.Hong) dan HJ berada dalam posisi seperti ini yang membuat PH segera menyingkir dari HJ.

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akhir dari episode 4


Episode 5

Setelah adegan gulat di ring, Scene selanjutnya dibuka dengan SW( Seo Woo) yang sedang memeriksa ibu pemilik restoran yang waktu itu ribut dengan SW saat SW dan YD ( Yoon Do) makan.

YD yang lalu juga ikut memeriksa ibu tersebut bertanya pada SW apa urusannya dengan ibu tersebut dan SW menjawab “Aku merasa bertanggung jawab atasnya”

Setelah YD memberikan instruksi untuk dokter bawahannya, Kang Kyung-Joon (Kim Gan Hyung) , dan keluar dari ruangan, SW mengejar YD dan secara frontal berkata “aku menyukaimu”  pada YD.

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YD dengan mudah menolak SW dengan alasan SW bukan tipe yang ia sukai.  Perbincangan tersebut tiba-tiba berujung pada YD yang bertanya pada SW siapakah HJ di hidup SW.

Aku bisa mengeluarkannya (HJ) dari RS ini. karena HJ menurutku tidak sopan , kurang terampil dan ia suka skali membantah.” -YD pada SW.

YD lalu berencana untuk menjebak HJ untuk mengoperasi sebuah kasus yang mustahil untuk dilakukan sendirian, sehingga HJ dapat dituntut bila ada yang salah terjadi pada pasien.

 

Di lain tempat, PH mengantar pulang HJ dan bertemu dengan Soon Hee yang sudah berubah penampilan, walaupun karakternya masih sama seperti dulu ceria dan lucu. Soon He sekarang mempunyai sebuah kafe. Oh ya, selama perjalanan pulang, PH meminta HJ untuk menjadi anak didiknya di RS untuk ditraining. ( lebih lanjut lihat episode 4)

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Ternyata selama 13 tahun ini HJ dan Soon Hee tetap bersahabat.

 

Pada rapat para kepala dokter di RS kookil, Myung Hoon ( ayah SW yang sekarang adalah direktur RS Kookil), menegur kepala bagian neurosurgery yang pendapatannya tidak banyak. Hal ini membuat Tae Hoo selayak kepala Neurosurgery tertekan.

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Setelah bermain golf dengan Doo Sik ( Ayah angkat PH sekaligus pemilik utama RS Kookil,) Sung Jong (ayah Myung Hoon)  bertemu dengan Myung Hoon untuk memberikan sebuah amplop coklat yang isinya pasti tentang sesuatu yang dapat menjatuhkan Doo Sik.

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Scene berikutnya,

Masuklah seorang pria misterius dengan gelagat aneh dan mendatangi lantai tempat boss mafia dirawat. Namun begitu mendekati kamar boss, ia segera bersembunyi karena melihat para bodyguard boss di sekitar kamarnya.

HJ, tidak menghiraukan pria misterius tersebut dan datang ke kamar VIP dimana boss berada.

Apakah kau benar2 membutuhkan bodyguard sebanyak itu diluar kamarmu? bukankah mereka membutuhkan istirahat?” HJ pada boss.

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Scene berikutnya, seorang anak lelaki yang tiba-tiba pingsan sepulang sekolah dilarikan ke RS Kookil dan ditangani oleh dokter YD. Setelah menganalisis masalah anak tersebut, YD menyimpulkan operasi ini akan menjadi kasus yang sulit dan ia ingin HJ yang membantunya, padahal selama ini SW lah asisten YD.

YD lalu menjebak HJ dengan mempertaruhkan karir HJ di RS Kookil, dan HJ akhirnya bersedia mengoperasi anak tersebut sendirian.

P.H yang diberitahu oleh SW segera datang dan membela HJ. Namun HJ tetap bersikeras dan akhirnya PH memutuskan untuk tetap menemani HJ di ruang operasi.
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Walaupun melewati waktu kritis (PH hanya menenangkan HJ dan tetap menyuruh HJ mengoperasi pasien tersebut bukan PH) , HJ akhirnya dapat menyelesaikan operasinya dengan baik dan pasien selamat.

Karena keberhasilan HJ, YD meminta maaf pada HJ dan malah ia kagum dengan HJ. (Lama-lama pasti suka dengan HJ) . Sampai paman YD menggoda YD apakah YD suka pada HJ atau tidak.

 

PH sedang duduk di taman saat HJ datang membawa minuman sebagai tanda terimakasih atas bantuan dukungan PH tadi saat operasi. Di scene ini, PH sempat menyatakan perasaannya pada HJ namun HJ kaget dan menumpahkan minuman yang dibawanya.

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PH bertanya, mengapa semua percakapan serius yang baru akan diperbincangkan dengan HJ selalu menjadi kejadian lucu.

Aku ingin kau menjawab ya pada pertanyaan apapun itu yang kuberikan padamu nanti“- PH pada HJ.

 

 

Di tempat lain, Myung Hoon terlihat sedang bertemu dengan president Kookil, Jin Sung Joon dan merencanakan untuk mendakwa direktur Doo Sik dengan tuduhan Doo Sik hendak menggunakan RS Kooklik sebagai RS profit, dan dengan sendirinya Doo Sik akan mengundurkan diri dari RS tsb.

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Setelah itu, PH dan SW bertemu di taman untuk meluruskan kesalah pahaman SW 13 thn yang lalu. Dan malah menjadi ajang saling curhat,

Aku menyukai HJ” kata PH

Aku menyukai YD” aku SW

Setelah itu, datanglah paman YD tadi yang ternyata adalah sahabat kecil PH, dan In Joo. Terlihat PH dan paman YD begitu akrab 1 dan yang lain.

 

malam itu, HJ sedang me-review jalan operasi yang dilakukannya tadi dan ia jadi teringat pada neneknya yang meninggal pada meja operasi, HJ pun menangis dan menelpon PH.

HJ lalu meminta PH untuk melihat data medikal seseorang (neneknya), namun sebelum PH  mnegerti siapa yang ingin HJ ketahui catatan medisnya, HJ berlari pergi karena ia melihat pria misterius yang pernah terlihat di dekat kamar boss.

Saat HJ masuk ke kamar boss, ranjang boss kosong. HJ panik mencari boss yang ternyata..

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Boss hanya pergi ke toilet. HJ lalu bertanya mengapa pengawal boss sudah tidak mengawal didepan kamar?

Boss lalu menjawab ia ingin mencoba mendengarkan nasihat seorang wanita (HJ)

 

Setelah memastikan boss tidak apa-apa, HJ lalu turun memakai lift dan bertemu dengan Kang Soo yang mengeluh lelah sampai Kang Soo tidak sempat makan padahal dia harus mengganti baju rumah sakit boss.

HJ lalu menawarkan diri untuk membantu Kang Soo sehingga Hj yang akan kembali ke kamar boss untuk mengganti bajunya.

 

Soon Hee sedang melayani pelanggan di kafe nya saat seorang pria pengantar gas.. Soo Chul datang membawa gas tersebut. Soon Hee segera menelpon HJ berkali-kali tapi tidak diangkat, sebagai gantinya, Soon Hee menelpon PH untuk menanyakan keberadaan HJ. PH yang teringat akan kalimat HJ terakhir yaitu ia melihat seorang pria misterius di RS, Segera berlari kembali ke RS.

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Soon Hee bertanya pada Soo Chul apakah dia pernah bertemu dengan Soon Hee atau tidak, namun karena Soon Hee ganti penampilan , Soo Chul tidak mengenali Soon Hee.

 

Kembali ke RS, HJ masuk kedalam kamar boss kaget mendapati boss sedang terikat di ranjang dan mulutnya diberi selotip.

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Boss berusaha untuk memperingatkan HJ agar tidak mendekat, namun terlambat karena HJ disergap dari belakang oleh pria misterius tadi.

Di lantai RS bawah, YD bertemu dengan Kang Soo dan bertanya mengapa dia ada di bawah padahal seharusnya Kang Soo mengurus boss, dan apakah Kang Soo melihat HJ. Kang Soo lalu menjawab HJ menawarkan bantuan dan sedang di lantai VIP dimana boss berada.

YD lalu menyuruh Kang Soo makan saja, dan beranjak ke lift menuju lantai VIP.

 

DI kamar boss, HJ disuruh diam duduk atau pria tsb akan menyakiti boss. HJ mencoba untuk membujuk pria tsb dengan memberitahu konsekuensi penjara akan pembunuhan.

Saat pria tsb mulai menyesali perbuatannya, HJ meminta pria tsb untuk memberikan pisaunya pd HJ. Namun tiba-tiba YD datang dan pria panik dan mulai menghunuskan pisaunya.

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HJ memakai kesempatan itu untuk menghajar pria tsb dan mereka pun bergulat, sedangkan YD malah hanya berdiri mematung di ambang pintu

PH yang berlari sekuat tenaga akhirnya sampai di kamar boss mendapati HJ yang tertiban pria tsb dan ada darah mengalir di lantai..

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Akhir dari episode 5 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

The K-Pop Dance Cover Competition 2016 is Back!

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Hi guys!

Great news coming up for the K-Pop Dancers in Indonesia!

Korea Festival 2016 akan kembali hadir bagi kalian para penggemar Korea di Indonesia.  Dan ada kabar gembira bagi kalian yang suka dance dan sering membuat dance cover para artis-artis K-Pop!

Korean Tourism Organization (KTO) Jakarta dengan bangga kembali mengadakan kompetisi K-Pop Cover Dance 2016. Cara mengikutinya cukup mudah:

  1. Upload video dance cover kamu ke Youtube.
  2. Kirim link video Youtube tersebut ke email ktojakarta@gmail.com dengan menyertakan perkenalan singkat mengenai tim kalian dan sebutkan juga alasan kalian menyukai K-Pop dan Korea.
  3. Selanjutnya, KTO akan memilih 4 tim terbaik yang akan maju ke babak final
  4. Babak final akan digelar pada Korea Festival Spring & Summer 2016 pada tanggal 8-10 April di Lotte Shopping Avenue
  5. Untuk informasi detail bisa kunjungi website resmi KTO di www.visitkorea.or.id atau Facebook Page KTO Jakarta (Korea Tourism Organization Indonesia)

Jadi tunggu apa lagi? Salurkan kecintaan kamu terhadap K-Pop dan menangkan hadiah jutaan rupiah! Siapa tau, suatu saat nanti kalian bisa dance sekeren EXO atau artis-artis K-Pop lainnya kkkk~

 

The Journal of a Royal Palace Global Supporter: DAY ONE!

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Hi guys! So recently there was an announcement from the Cham Education and Culture Organization that they were looking for 120 volunteers for the festival that are going to be held in the Royal Palaces. They needed 100 foreigners and 20 Koreans (and there was no requirement of Korean fluency!!), so I decided to apply for it! The application process was conducted online-we just needed to fill in our information and wrote a short essay on why we wanted to be a volunteer there.

A week after, I was called in for an interview. The interview was conducted in Korea House, located just 10m away from Exit #3 at Chungmuro Station of Subway Lines #3 and #4. When I got there, there were already many people waiting to be called in. The interview was a Mass Interview, where 3 people as the interviewer interviewed 10 interviewees. We only had 10 minutes inside and it was so nerve-wracking (at least for me, haha). The interviewers had our application forms printed out and were placed on their desks, so they could immediately “mark” our papers during the interview.

There were only 3 questions asked, and we need to immediately answer that question based on the order of our seats. I sat on the edge of the line, so I was either the first one to answer or almost the last one. The time to think was roughly 2 seconds after the questions were asked, so I didn’t have enough time to think and just blurted anything that came in mind.

The interviewers said that the announcement would be sent out the next day, but surprise!- the announcement was sent out on the same day! I was so happy to receive an email from them that stated that I am selected! Yeay!

Our orientation day was on Saturday, 18th April 2015. We need to gather at GyeongBokGung Palace from 10 am to 5 pm. As an introvert person, I was always nervous in terms of meeting a large group of new people like this 😦

my name tag!

my name tag!

I arrived at the GyeongBokGung area and yes, there were a lot of people there. We checked our attendance and were given a name tag! (I was wondering why the others had their full name written on the name tag as I only had my middle name written on it but,-never mind!)

The CEO of Cham E&C!

The CEO of Cham E&C!

The orientation began, and Mr. YoungTae Ha- the CEO of Cham Education and Culture started to explain about how this program worked. He explained that this program has 4 core values which are: Fun (재미)- Make fun memories at Palace; Learn (배우)- Learn about Korean History and Culture; Friendship (우정)- Be friends with people from around the world; Pride (자부심)- Have pride as we are the ambassadors of Korea. Volunteers will be introduced to the history and culture of Korean, in particular the Joseon dynasty and court life. We will receive a lot of lectures about history and culture to promote the knowledge on the role of courtiers, court etiquette, and their responsibilites. Hope I can survive through the whole program! lol

We will be a volunteer for approximately 2 weeks and the schedule was so packed yet fun! We were also divided into 8 teams, and I am team 8.

Team 8 with Mr.Ha!

Team 8 with Mr.Ha!

After the orientation, we gathered with our groups and started to introduce ourselves. My team members are from Korea, Australia, Russia, Philippines, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Iran, India, and of course Indonesia-which is me! We had a group mission which was touring around the National Palace and select one artifact that we considered the most attractive and take a picture in front of it.  And after it, we had a nice lunch together! 잘 먹었습니다!

Team 8's lunch!

Team 8’s lunch!

After lunch, all of us gathered again in the main hall to learn….FLASHMOB! Flash mob is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time, before quickly dispersing. They are often used for the purposes of entertainment, satire or artistic expression. For us, we are going to have a massive dance altogether at the Korean Palace. We practiced the dance for almost 3 hours and it was so tiring yet fun!

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Dancing practice!

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The day quickly ended, and we were given a short briefing on our next schedule, which is tomorrow! Can’t wait to see what we will do tomorrow J

-And as a volunteer, we need to share and spread our experiences through social media so I decided to make a journal of this program!-

Seoul, 24th April 2015

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MEET THE SUPER CUTE KAKAO TALK FRIENDS AT COEX MALL!

Annyeonghaseyo!

It’s been almost 2 months since I moved here to Korea and I have to say: Kakao Talk is really the “it” thing here! In case you don’t know, Kakao Talk is a messenger/chatting application (just like LINE, whatsapp, or WeChat) that is mostly used by Koreans. Back in Indonesia, I don’t think Kakao Talk is that popular because we use LINE or Whatsapp application but here, almost everyone has Kakao Talk. it’s normal for people to ask you “Hey, can I have your KaTalk ID?” instead of asking for phone number so if you are going to live in Korea, you better download that application right away!

Just like how the LINE application has their famous characters such as Brown, Cony, Sally and Moon; Kakao Talk also has their own version of characters which are Neo, Frodo, Muzi, Jay-G, and the super cute peach lol (I don’t know what’s his name). These characters are so popular that even many advertisements use them as their marketing mascot hahaha.

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COEX Mall

As an avid fan of the KAKAO friends, I decided to visit their official store at COEX Mall. COEX Mall is the largest underground shopping center in Asia. It is located in the basement of the Korea World Trade Center, located in Samseong-dong in the Gangnam-gu area of Seoul. The colossal shopping center stretches from Samseong station (subway line 2) in the south all the way to Bongeunsa temple in the north, and is considered to be the best shopping and entertainment complex in the area.

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credit: visitkorea.kr

Enter the mall, find an elevator and go down to Basement 1. You would see the super yellow Kakao Talk Store!

my favorite peach!!

my favorite peach!!

Once you walk into the store, you could see a line up of Kakao Friends’ statues that you could take a photo with. And on the right side, there are a lot of Kakao Talk merchandises such as hats, mugs, notebooks, pillows, phone cases, and even candies! But because this is an official store, of course the prices are not cheap so don’t be surprised if a candy could cost around 2000 Won!

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cute (but pricey) miniatures!

cute (but pricey) miniatures!

Apeach here, Apeach there <3

Apeach here, Apeach there ❤

After going around the shop and taking pictures here and there, I decided to buy the cheapest  cutest thing in the store!

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The plastic bag is soooooo cute! I promise I won’t throw it away or accidentally make it into a trash bag lol

(again) my peach folder <3

(again) my peach folder ❤

I bought a super cute Peachie folder! It’s only 1000 won and is useful for students like me! Definitely will bring that to school and brag it to my friends hahahaha

So if you are in Seoul, do visit this KAKAO Store in COEX Mall!

Best regards,

koreanmate

Spring Destination: Seeing the Beautiful Moonlight Fountain Show at Han River!

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Annyeong!

Although the cold weather still lingers around us, but the spirit of Spring season is already here! It’s nice to see how the flowers and trees start to bloom and people start to walk outside and enjoy the view, including me! As the cherry blossoms are already everywhere, I wanted to play outside and enjoy the sceneries. I decided to go to Han River to see the Moonlight Rainbow Show!

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Banpo Bridge is a two-tiered bridge over the Han River that features the Moonlight Rainbow Fountain, the world’s longest bridge fountain recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records with 380 water jets and a dazzling array of multi-colored lights. Banpo Bridge divides the Han River connecting the districts of Seocho and Yongsan. Construction on the double decker bridge was completed in 1982.

The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain’s water jets are dynamic and can move in time to music creating spectacular ever-changing displays. During the day, the fountain shows a hundred different configurations meant to evoke waving willow branches and willow leaves. When the sun goes down, 200 lights illuminate the fountain as it sends up dancing, rainbow-colored jets of water in the air in synchronization with music. Add to that the hundreds of rainbow-colored lighting combinations when night falls, and it is easy to see why Banpo Bridge is so popular among tourists.

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credit: cinecafe.kr

The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain operates from April to October every year, however the schedule of the fountain shows varies from month to month. In addition, Banpo Hangang Park hosts the “Moonlight Square Cultural Weekend” event every Saturday from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. from May to October, featuring a variety of musical styles including classical music with commentary, acappella, popera, jazz, brass bands and orchestras.

How to get there: Walk out of exit 8-1 at Express Bus Terminal Subway Station (Lines 3 & 7). Walk straight 300 meters then cross large intersection (under overpass). Turn right then walk 600m to entrance of Hangang Park.

April, May & June Schedule

• Weekday ⇒ 12:00, 20:00, 21:00
• Weekend ⇒ 12:00, 17:00, 20:00, 20:30, 21:00, 21:30

July & August Schedule

• Weekday ⇒ 12:00, 20:00, 21:00
• Weekend ⇒ 12:00, 17:00, 19:30, 20:00, 20:30, 21:00, 21:30

September & October Schedule

• Weekday ⇒ 12:00, 20:00, 21:00
• Weekend ⇒ 12:00, 17:00, 20:00, 20:30, 21:00, 21:30

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credit: KTO

Around the bridge, there is a big and beautiful park where you could ride bicycles, exercise, or just have a picnic with your beloved ones.  There are cafes and restaurants too near the park, but they charge higher price compared to the regular ones we usually found in streets.

However, if you come during these days (April or October) the weather could get pretty cold at night (and the wind is so strong around the bridge) so please bring outers such as jackets or cardigans to keep you warm while watching the beautiful Banpo Bridge!

Best regards,

koreanmate

Korean’s “Brushing Teeth” Culture

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Annyeong!

Since we were little, we were taught to brush our teeth at least two times a day: In the morning and before we go to bed. I think that is the usual frequency of people brushing their teeth. But after almost 6 months living in Korea, I found that Koreans’ way of brushing teeth is unique for me. Everyday, (especially after lunch time or dinner time), the bathrooms and toilets in every public places are crowded with people fighting for a sink to brush their teeth. These public places include school and universities’ bathrooms, public toilets in subway stations, malls, and even tourism places. Back in Indonesia, I don’t think I usually saw someone brushing their teeth after lunch in malls, schools or restaurants.

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I once asked my Korean friend why they brush teeth so much even in public places. And she said that it’s just a habit and perspective how Koreans really value oral hygiene. That is why they ALWAYS bring a toothbrush and a tooth paste in their bags, everywhere they go. I usually witness my friends “disappear” to the bathroom before classes start, after eating lunch in restaurants, or even in malls- and then come back a few minutes later, carrying a set of toothbrush and toothpaste in his/her hand. There is even a joke saying that you could forget to bring your phone, but don’t ever forget to bring your toothbrush! Lol

Aside from the cultural thingy and habits, there may be some scientific reasons on why Koreans need to brush that much:

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  1. Korean foods contain a lot amount of chili powder. (KIMCHI, for example). This Korean chili powder, (고추 가루), isn’t really powder at all and should be called ‘flaked chili’ or ‘coarse chili powder.’  Flaked chili is not easy to “flush” with just drinking water and chili speckled teeth have never been nice to look at. (it could be so embarrassing, tho!) Those flakes grip the surfaces of the smoothest enamel and easily embed themselves between the teeth.
  2. The second ingredient that could be commonly found here is Kim, (김)- which means seasoned seaweed. This seaweed is commonly used in Kimbap (sticky rice with fillings wrapped with seaweed), Fried Rice, and many other foods. However, having this seaweed stuck in your teeth after eating could be embarrassing. Substantial, dark green patches on the teeth can be mistaken for missing or severely rotted teeth or an advanced fungal infection.
  3. Garlic, is also a common food that you could find in almost every Korean food. So that could be one of the reasons why Koreans brush their teeth after every meal!

I hope this post could help you in knowing Korean culture little by little!

Best regards,

KoreanMate

Launching Buku “Menggapai Asa di Korea” di KBRI Seoul

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credit: koreanmate

Hari Sabtu tanggal 14 Maret 2015 lalu,bertempat di Ruang Serbaguna KBRI Seoul,- Perpika (Persatuan Pelajar Indonesia di Korea) bekerja sama dengan KBRI Seoul, Senior Public Diplomacy Group-Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea (SPDG-MOFA) serta INAKOS (International Association of Korean Studies in Indonesia) mengadakan peluncuran buku “PERPIKA untuk Indonesia” yang pada edisi perdana ini berjudul Menggapai Asa ke Korea. Buku ini berkisah tentang berbagai cerita kehidupan pelajar Indonesia di Korea Selatan. Peluncuran buku dihadir oleh Duta Besar RI, Bapak John A. Prasetio, perwakilan dari Senior Public Diplomacy Group, MoFA yang dipimpin oleh Bapak Choi Ha-kyung, Prof. Yang Seung Yoon dari Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Staf KBRI Seoul, Pengurus Perpika, para penulis buku dan mahasiswa Indonesia lainnya.

Dalam sambutannya Dubes RI menyatakan bahwa buku ini merupakan cerminan perjuangan pelajar Indonesia di Korea, terutama bagi pekerja Indonesia yang juga tergabung dalam Univeritas Terbuka Korea. Perjuangan mereka memang tidak mudah, karena selain bekerja juga harus menempuh pendidikan di Universitas Terbuka. Beliau juga mengutip alur film Korea berjudul “Ode to My Father” yang menceritakan seorang anak yang berjuang dalam hidupnya untuk menjadi sukses dengan membawa pesan-pesan dari ayahnya.

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credit: koreanmate

Presiden Senior Public Diplomacy Group, MoFA, Bapak Choi Ha-kyung menyatakan kebanggannya atas terbitnya buku ini dan diharapkan dapat menjadi bahan acuan bagi pelajar-pelajar lainnya. Ia juga mengatakan bahwa kian hari makin banyak orang Korea yang mengenal dan tertarik dengan Indonesia. Memang,selain anggota PERPIKA, pada malam itu hadir juga mahasiswa-mahasiswa Korea yang belajar sastra Melayu-Indonesia di HUFS (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies).

Buku ini merupakan wadah sejumlah 23 anak bangsa dalam menuangkan pengalaman belajar dan berkarya mereka di Korea. Dari semua penulis itu, sebagian besar adalah mahasiswa Indonesia yang tengah menempuh ilmu di berbagai universitas di Korea. Sementara itu, 5 orang di antaranya adalah para pekerja migran Indonesia yang juga menyandang status sebagai mahasiswa Universitas Terbuka Indonesia di Korea (UT Korea) ditambah 2 orang yang merupakan mantan tenaga migran Indonesia. Buku ini merupakan hasil kerja keras dari Kementrian Akademik dan Riset yang dipunggawai oleh Adam F. Nugraha, Suray A. Nugroho, Riezqa Andika, Theresia Ratih, Yus Chaniago, Anne Soraya, dan Fardhila Rochman.

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Buku Menggapai Asa di Korea ini penuh inspirasi karena penulisnya menceritakan perjuangan mereka mendapatkan beasiswa/ pekerjaan di Korea secara lugas dan jujur. Mereka menyemangati para adik-adik kelas atau siapapun yang ingin ke Korea untuk percaya bahwa dengan semangat dan kerja keras, semuanya tidak mustahil untuk diraih. Buku ini juga mengulik adanya perbedaan budaya antara Indonesia dengan Korea yang harus dijembatani oleh para pelajar Indonesia di Korea.

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