Mr. Seong-Chan Cho
The 167th Term President
Before starting my farewell speech, I want to thank you guys for enjoying the winter term without any problem. I also thank the 167th term staff members for helping me to develop while I stood here, I was so happy to meet you guys and I think it was an honor for me to become the president of the PTC club.
Hi, PTcians! I think this will be my last time standing here. Actually, it is bitter sweet feeling for me to end my winter term. There are many beautiful memories in my PTC life. It is not a lip service.
I have met many nice people here, so I can make the great memories with many PTcians. I went to camps of all seasons, learned dancing, met people who live in other regions, visited places that I’ve never been to, become associated with seniors who graduated different universities from me, made a girl friend (hahaha), etc. There are a lot of things that I experienced incalculably. It will always remain with me a fond of memory.
The winter has finally passed and now summer is upcoming already. Four months were really fast, so I leave much to be desired. I should take the pictures, which remains forever! I should tell something in Kakaotalk chat rooms!, I should held the lighting meeting more! but , I think
To my delight, the next summer term’s president and vice-president are the people who I have known for a long time. They are very nice people and have many affections in PTC. They will lead the PTC very well. In contrast with the winter term, in the summer term, there are many events. So I envy Hye-soo and Se-wan. As the person who experienced all of the events of PTC except for PTC Night, I want to pick the summer camp as the most interesting event. You can go to Kwang-joo, and meet people from other districts and you can dance or star in a drama. Therefore, I recommend you guys go to the summer camp.
Finally, I really appreciate that PTC totally changed my life. I will be a PTcian forever. I hope I can keep in touch with everyone all the time.
Thank you for listening to my farewell speech!