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새로운 영상! New Video! 유창한 한국어로 진행되는 미국어린이의 마술쇼! Korean-Speaking American boy performs Magic show in Korean! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uqLGUc3rDI&lc=Ugzt2PWNKIxZD0XjmJ14AaABAg 이 영상을 무단으로 사용하지 마십시오 You may not use this video without permission John + Mac Instagram 존과 맥의 인스타: johnandmack 이 영상에 제가 한국인 친구들을 한국어 유창히 하는 미국인아이들에게 소개해줬습니다. 미국 아이들은 처음에 한국어 못하는 척하고 좀 이따가 모두를 놀라게 했어요.... In this video, I introduced some Korean friends of mine to two American boys who speak fluent Korean. The boys pretended to not understand Korean at first, then shocked everyone with their fluency...
Please do not forget to visit the site http://scribol.com contact us at:email@example.com http://watchjojo.com ►Fox News https://goo.gl/MbBJB3 ************************************************************** When one waitress received a $400 tip, she couldn’t believe her luck – but she had no idea that things were about to get even better. In fact, it seemed the woman had made such an impression on two of her customers that they wanted to change her life forever. Cayla Chandara originally comes from the state of California, but in 2015 she moved across the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii. Once there, the young woman had plans to go to college. After Chandara arrived in Hawaii, though, things got tough. She struggled to earn enough money to pay her bills and keep up with her studies. As a result, she had to give up school and go to work instead. In fact, Chandara had to take on two waitressing jobs just to stay afloat: one at the Cheesecake Factory and another at Noi Thai Cuisine in Honolulu. And she still had a long way off before she had cleared her school debts. Most of Chandara’s waitressing shifts naturally passed without incident, but one work day in 2017 will no doubt stay with her forever. In fact, it had life-changing consequences for the young lady. Chandara was working at Noi Thai Cuisine when she got talking to some of her customers. The couple in question were from Australia, and Chandara found herself baring her soul to the diners. How did this happen? Well, the couple wanted to know more about life in Hawaii, so they asked Chandara how she had come to live on the island and how she liked it so far. In response, the young waitress explained how she was working 80-hour weeks just to get by. She also told them how she’d had to give up her dream. “I told them I moved here for school, but I was kind of in a little bit of debt and I couldn’t go back to school, because I couldn’t afford it,” Chandara told KHON. The couple listened carefully to Chandara as she spoke. Then when Chandara got back to work, they continued on with their meal. And the waitress didn’t think anything of the encounter until she came to collect the pair’s bill. The couple had of course settled their $200 bill before leaving the restaurant – but when Chandara looked closer at their check, she couldn’t believe her eyes. The generous pair had left a tip of $400. “There were tears streaming, no words at all. Just hugs,” Chandara told Honolulu Civil Beat. “I went back to work in tears and all my tables were crying because I told them what happened. We were all crying and hugging. It was a cool experience.” “I just thought it was so generous of them. I never get tipped that big. I had to say thank you,” the waitress told KHON2. “During dinner, they told me where they were staying, so I ran there after work to see if they’d still be there.” Chandara arrived at the couple’s hotel bearing a card and a bunch of flowers as a token of her appreciation. The thrilled waitress then thought that would be the end of the matter, but what happened next was truly amazing. The next day, the couple returned to see Chandara at work once more. It seemed that they had one last act of generosity up their sleeves: they wanted to help the waitress pay off her loans so that she could return to school. To do so, they were offering to hand over more than $10,000. At first, Chandara declined; it was simply too much to accept. But after more discussions, she eventually agreed to take the money, as the couple wished. “I told them they couldn’t do that for me but they really wanted to,” she told Honolulu Civil Beat. “They said it would be just as good for them to do it for me. Then they took care of my current loans and balances and they’re going to pay for the rest of college.” ************************************************************** ►Image credits: Image: Fox News https://goo.gl/MbBJB3 Image: Facebook/Cayla Chay https://goo.gl/U23LAr Image: Facebook/Noi Thai Cuisine – Hawai https://goo.gl/9U8nT9 Image: Facebook/Honolulu Civil Beat https://goo.gl/C9u8gt ►web: http://watchjojo.com ► SUBSCRIBE US: https://goo.gl/Z4nZcg ► Follow Us On Google Plus: https://goo.gl/JYf9Rr ► Like us Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/C5Rv92 ► Follow On Twitter: https://goo.gl/PZ2U1R ►For more articles visit: http://scribol.com ►reference: https://goo.gl/vbk22R #watchjojo
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