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Korean Fitness Tests

September 15, 2008

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This Friday I – Martina – had no classes because it was Fitness Test Day in Bucheon All Girls’ High School. I wasn’t sure what this was, as the closest equivalent we have to this in Canada is track and field day where students compete in different sports, but I was told that in Korea they also have a track and field day. Fitness Day is different; the students are rigorously tested to see how healthy they are, and in the past, Fitness Day was part of a final mark. If you weren’t in shape you could receive a failing grade, but one of our our Korean friends told us that some students in the past died trying to get high marks, so they got rid of the mark factor.

“Work it harder, make it better, do it faster, makes us stronger, more than ever, hour after, our work is never over….” – Daft Punk
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  1. Damn! It's back from when we used other people's music. They have the rights to block it if they want. Sorry!

    6 years ago
  2. Ha!

    6 years ago
  3. sup Martina ^_^ u guys have really bomb vids. i was wondering if u had a special reason for teaching at an all girls school..just cuz there's a lot of them around, or is it safer for women?

    7 years ago
    • Martina got her job at an all girls' school by fluke. It wasn't so much that she picked the schools as much as it was picked for her.

      7 years ago