I’m retiring after completing my service of three years. I think my college life started and ended with Gachon Herald. I have mixed feelings. I don't have any more meetings, and I don’t need to write articles or cover news any longer, so I am more relaxed. But I guess I will feel the emptiness because I won't do what I used to do. I think Gachon Herald will come to my mind whenever the regular meeting time comes near. It's sad that I'm not a member of Gachon Herald anymore; Looking back, it seems that time is so fast flowing. It feels like I had an interview to join Gachon Herald just yesterday. The moment at the first meeting is also unforgettable. As a trainee reporter, as a regular reporter, as a director, Gachon Herald left me good memories. As this Editorial is my last article, I'm going to say good-bye to the regular reporters and trainee reporters. Good job everyone. Gachon Herald, fighting!
To regular reporters
It's time to work well than to work hard! As the head of Gachon Herald, I hope you all run Gachon Herald well next year. A year of time goes by much faster than you think. I hope you manage Gachon Herald well that you can retire without regret.
To trainee reporters< Copyright © The Gachon Herald All rights reserved >
Listen to your senior reporters and learn a lot. It's easy to think that you've gotten used to Gachon Herald. What the trainee reporters know now is just the tip of the iceberg, so I hope you learn hard.