Jang hoon Kim

Cheong Ju, South Korea

About Jang hoon

Bio

Cheong-ju high school student, Korean-Japan Exchanging student(2011)

I'm passionate about

Music(especially Hiphop and acoustic music), human rights, corruption, justice, law, traveling world, other culture,

People don't know I'm good at

Little bit I play piano well....Of course I haven't play the piano because of studying, but the first plaque that I won was about the piano competition.

My TED story

Maybe it was 3 years ago, when I started to get interest in English or other language/culture. It was coincidence because I saw TED talks frist in Websites associated with studying English. That lecture was about modern slavery. But even though the reason that I saw TED talks was just to study English, when the talk finished, I ...just like I'm in a daze. It was really awesome. There were many things or lessons that I had wondered and craved. And from that moment, the reason for studying English have changed. Now, I really want to master English and learn many things that I can't experience from TED talks to become TED speaker. It's OK even if I become TED speaker. But I will march for global world and I will give an impression to others same as TED speakers.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Jang hoon Kim
Posted about 1 year ago
Kevin Breel: Confessions of a depressed comic
really impressive. there is no visual materials, aural things but there is something really moving in his words, voice. he speaks the truth of his heart. I feel. And, yeah we have to break the tacit taboo that makes people more lonely, depressed. In the name of People.
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Jang hoon Kim
Posted over 2 years ago
Melinda Gates: Let's put birth control back on the agenda
As I expected, it was great talk! Yeah, controlling the pregnancy period to give best to our children, or future generations, We have to consider contraception very prudently. That will be connected to better ideas, and better lives for people all over the countries. Nice Melinda!
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Jang hoon Kim
Posted almost 3 years ago
Why do we need violence to transfer power?
Yeah, violence is very effective to some people, but the number of those is very little. Violence should be performed to people who are extremely self-centered or do harm to others. However, in this case we have to really think twice or more that people and government that we're trying to perform violence is so wrong that we use the worst means. And 'cause we're human, we hold on to our positions. There are no needs to supply this theory. In origin, we were born to be self-centered, so we could love ourseleves, and marched for better life. So this point is strength for human and also weak point to people. Consequently, we have to keep appropriate degree to be respected from others or keep our positions rightly.
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Jang hoon Kim
Posted almost 3 years ago
Brian Goldman: Doctors make mistakes. Can we talk about that?
Really,really impressive. Brilliant!! " I Do Remember." . Yeah, We do remember and we have to remember. That's the point that we're different from robots and means that we are human. Unfortunately, human don't realize or awaken until make mistakes. However, even if there have to be lots of period when we make mistakes, we have only to don't redo those mistakes. And from those period, we will march for better self. That's what we have to do as a human. And yeah, just share our own's painful experience that made us mature. And share lessons with each other. That will be connected to better society. Once again, I really aprreciate to Goldman to learn those things. You are really goldman. Keep your faith for others and teach other for better society.