When Jasmine Lee met Lee Myung Bak

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7 Responses

  1. shie says:

    one of the things that makes me feel so proud — seeing fellows doing very well in other countries, especially those who never give up after a tragedy.

  2. stella says:

    though “traditions” we all grew up with would be nice to follow, having your own tradition partnered with some of what you grew up with would be a way for change…keep having them with you and your family…

    isang mainit at Maligayang Pasko Ms Betchay!

  3. Peppermint says:

    That’s an accomplishment…congratulations to her!!

  4. rosy says:

    hi there ms. betchay..i’ve been readng your blogs…i’m working on my requirements to have a tourist visa there in Korea and i’m wondering if i can land a job there using my tourist visa…can it be? please give me an advice

    • Betchay says:

      hi rosy! i wouldn’t advise it… it’s not really easy to land a job here legally… even a few Filipina who are married to Koreans that i know are having a hard time finding decent jobs

  5. Jjlove says:

    There goes my Hangeul teacher.. Hehe.. I’ve been watching her videos and it’s been a big help for me in Learning the language.. 🙂

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