Day 1. Meeting Kellogg Buddies

*** I’m participating in “100 day Writing English Challenge” with 82 other ChattingCat fans from Mar 28 to Jul 5.


A friend from Kellogg eClub, Camilo, messaged me yesterday that he is in town with his class buddies. He was one of  the few entrepreneurs I met at Kellogg, who was also part of KEO (Kellogg Entrepreneur’s Organization). We didn’t talk much back then; however, as we were quite rare species “entrepreneurs” at Kellogg, I always felt close to him. Anyway, he is on spring break and is visiting Korea with four others students.

Although I was pretty tired after the consecutive business trips over a couple weeks, I felt somewhat responsible to take him and his friends to dinner, or at least doing something together as I’m representing Korean from Kellogg . I asked them what kind of dinner they are craving for, before leaving for the US tomorrow, and their choice was sushi. I picked a spot after a thoughtful research, and met them there. The food was delicious but very pricey for an entrepreneur!  The group wanted to pay the dinner for me, but asked me to remember that someday, when I make a fortune selling ChattingCat, I’d remember how my Kellogg buddies saved me penny when met in Korea.

Mar 28, 2015


Corrected by ChattingCat Tutor Kjaaksal & clevrcat

A friend from Kellogg eClub, Camilo, messaged me yesterday that he is in town with his class buddies. He was one of the few entrepreneurs I met at Kellogg, who was also part of KEO (Kellogg Entrepreneur’s Organization). We didn’t talk much back then; however, as we were quite a rare species of “entrepreneurs” at Kellogg, I always felt close to him. Anyway, he is on spring break and is visiting Korea with four others students.

Although I was pretty tired after the consecutive business trips over a couple of weeks, I felt somewhat responsible to take him and his friends to dinner, or at least doing something together as I’m representing Korea for Kellogg. I asked them what kind of dinner they were craving for, before leaving for the US tomorrow, and their choice was sushi. I picked a spot after a thoughtful research, and met them there. The food was delicious but very pricey for an entrepreneur! The group wanted to pay for dinner for me, but asked me to remember that someday, when I make a fortune selling ChattingCat, I’d remember how my Kellogg buddies saved me penny when we met in Korea.

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