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  • In a fast-paced, hectic world

  • The world of fairytales from my innocent childhood

  • still coexists with this world.

  • But because the speed of the two worlds is so different

  • We can only meet the fantasies from the fairytales

  • when the two worlds coincidentally meet.

  • What is the key that can bring back the fairytales?

  • It is now the last day of finals in my junior year.

  • I was so used to my busy life.

  • Like the scenery from a bullet train,

  • my fast paced life has left barley anything for me to look behind and appreciate.

  • Even inside the rapidly moving subway,

  • everyone is running their own races.

  • I wanted to escape from this, even for a moment.

  • So I closed the chapter

  • and sidetracked myself from the everlasting track in front of me.

  • Let it go, let it go

  • Can't hold it back any more

  • Let it go, let it go

  • Turn away and slam the door

  • I don't care what they're going to say

  • Let the storm rage on,

  • the cold never bothered me anyway

  • It's funny how some distance

  • Makes everything seem small

  • And the fears that once controlled me

  • Can't get to me at all

  • It's time to see what I can do

  • To test the limits and break through

  • No right, no wrong, no rules for me

  • I'm free

  • Let it go, let it go

  • I am one with the wind and sky

  • Let it go, let it go

  • You'll never see me cry

  • Here I stand

  • And here I stay

  • Let the storm rage on

  • My power flurries through the air into the ground

  • My soul is spiraling in frozen fractals all around

  • And one thought crystalizes like an icy blast

  • I'm never going back,

  • The past is in the past

  • Let it go, let it go

  • When I'll rise like the break of dawn

  • Let it go, let it go

  • That perfect girl is gone

  • Here I stand

  • in the light of day

  • Let the storm rage on,

  • The cold never bothered me anyway

  • When have I felt like this before?

  • That familiar feeling.

  • I felt free from the things that suppressed me.

  • A magical moment in everyday life.

  • Thanks to it, the ordinary road felt extraordinary.

  • What a strange day.

  • It is the day of the most important final exam,

  • but I'm feeling different than usual. Relaxed.

  • Cold concrete walls,

  • the usual scenery.

  • But it still feels odd

  • because I keep thinking that I have forgotten something.

  • Please put everything away.

  • Start passing it to the back.

  • - Write an article interviewing yourself after achieving your dream in 10 years. (30 pts) -

  • You guys have worked hard for this semester.

  • Today, you will write an essay based on your knowledge.

  • I don't want you to study like a robot and to just get a job.

  • I've seen so many 4.5 perfect GPA.

  • It breaks my heart to wonder what kind of things students had to sacrifice in order to earn these scores.

  • 'That made things really blue.'

  • 'Today is our last art class.'

  • 'I'd prefer you being smart yet glowing with dreams.'

  • 'This is your last homework.'

  • 'Figure out what a glowing person looks like.'

  • - Final art class - - Light -

  • See you!

  • When I was little, I had a lot of dolls at my house.

  • Out of those, the pink rabbit was my favorite.

  • I felt as if the pink rabbit was really alive.

  • So, whenever I came home home from school

  • I gave the pink rabbit a hug before I started unpacking my school bag.

  • I believed that just like the fairy tales that my mom used to read to me

  • my dolls would come to life while I was asleep.

  • Whenever one of my dolls would become ripped, I would take it to my mom saying that my doll was sick.

  • My mom would then look at me lovingly and remind me to take good care of my doll friends.

  • It's been twenty years and although I do not remember everything about day

  • I still hate the color red.

  • In the remaining fragments of memory

  • the sky was unusually bright

  • and the shadow on our house's door was unusually dark.

  • As soon as I walked in, I saw that my house was covered in red seizure stickers

  • and I could instinctively tell that these red papers were bad.

  • Sharp noises.

  • The agitated conversation between my parents behind the closed door

  • and the wave of red that engulfed the house

  • remained a trauma.

  • Soon after, I erased the image of Santa Claus

  • and the living rabbit doll from my mind.

  • Our family moved to a small one-room house

  • and before we moved, we had to throw a lot of things away.

  • Naturally, the first things to be disposed of were the useless items

  • and my mom threw away my stuffed animals before anything else.

  • Looking back, it was a logical thing for my mom to do

  • But to the young me, it came as a shock.

  • My mom had taught me about fantasies by reading fairy tales to me.

  • Yet, when hit by reality, the first thing that my mom threw away were those very fantasies.

  • I realized then

  • that when people are in trouble they will let go of the intangible things,

  • such as feelings and dreams

  • before letting go of the tangible.

  • My childhood that had been filled with innocence and the

  • dreams that I had so confidently written down soon became a part of my forgotten memories.

  • I am now a high school student facing college admissions.

  • The only place in which I can

  • Escape from the constant pressure and evaluations is art class.

  • But today is the last day of art class.

  • Because the school decided that art was irrelevant in terms of college prep.

  • Will there be anything left if I continue to work towards 'success'?

  • Hello class.

  • Hello

  • Can I have your attention please?

  • Are you guys all tired from studying?

  • Yes.

  • As you guys already know, today is the last day of art class.

  • I'm really proud of all of you for how smart you have become.

  • But my hope is that all of my students would not only be smart

  • but also be students radiating of dreams and passion.

  • It saddens me to see students losing their light

  • overwhelmed from the pressure to be 'properly educated'.

  • Light

  • This is your final assignment for this class.

  • I want you guys to find a moment in your lives in which you shone the most brightly

  • and find the true meaning of a 'brightly shining person'.

  • The due date is

  • Before graduation!

  • Come on guys. You guys know that since today is the last day, I won't have time to check the homework.

  • This assignment won't be graded.

  • This assignment won't be graded.

  • But keep in mind that those who find the answer to this assignment

  • will have their eyes opened to a different world.

  • Whether you actually complete the homework is up to you, but I highly recommend doing it.

  • Wow. Look at this reaction. Is this all you guys have learned in high school, how to improve your teacher's mood?

  • Good luck in college everyone! Class is dismissed.

  • - Final art class - - Light -

  • Even now, that speech sends shivers down my spine.

  • I instinctively felt that I would be able to discover something amazing

  • and I became determined to complete the assignment.

  • When in life did I shine the most brightly?

  • The day after my mom threw all of my dolls away

  • I searched around the town for my doll

  • but I was only able to find the pink rabbit.

  • By the time I went back home, the sky had exploded with color with the setting of the sun.

  • When my mom saw me walking home, crying and dragging the pink rabbit behind me

  • her facial expression was the saddest that I had ever seen.

  • Once I saw the pink rabbit seated in the small house

  • I sensed something different.

  • This pink rabbit was now nothing but a burden in our house.

  • It was no longer a friend, but a bunch of cotton produced from a factory.

  • And it was therefore an easily disposable item.

  • If the pink rabbit really had been alive

  • I knew that my mom would not have sacrificed it first.

  • When I went back to my room to search for the time in which I shone the most brightly

  • I discovered my old friend

  • torn apart just like my childhood scars.

  • I then became certain