Mm I see. Of course I want if you want to guide me in Korea. Great! Yes I have but I set my account hard to find by other, you can give me yours so I will add you on facebook :) Anw, you can call me Lini.
LOL well, im on semester holiday so i do nothing haha. I mean what exactly the name of your university you studying at? Haaa it doesnt matter, i understood what you mean:)
I'd love to be your partener but the rules is one from the following countries and other from US. So, both of us must find a partner from US, I guess?
Aaaa good to hear from you, it'll be great if you dont mind to be my guide :))
you live in Japan just for study or you moved from Korea? I love Korea actually :D So you should go here bcs there are so many beautifull beach and mountain in Indonesia. By the way, have you got a partner to join this contest?
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