Columbia Mission of 1986

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7조: 박서영, 최지수, 홍유민, Dasun

A: Dasun
B: 유민
C: 지수
D: 서영

A: C’est la porte de l'Université Yonsei! Il y a tant de gens! On dit que la classe du professeur Claire très très bien!

B: D’accord. Moi aussi. Mais, nous sommes perdus. Tu n’as pas un plan?

A: Non, um… je n’ai pas un plan. (BGM + 눈에 하트 뿅뿅) Demandons le chemin!

B: (C 그리고 D에게) Pardon madame, où est le 위당관, s'il vous plaît?

C: Ah oui oui! Allez-vous au cours de professeur Claire magnifique?

B: Oui!

A: (C를 가르키며) Vous êtes la plus belle!!

C: Quoi?!?!

D: (C에게 귓속말로) Il est très bizarre!

B: (A를 나무라며) Qu’est-ce que tu dis?? (다시C에게) Nous sommes désolés! Où est 위당관 encore une fois, s'il vous plaît?

D: La salle est dans le bâtiment 위당관. Nous sommes à la porte principale. Nous prenons la rue tout droit jusqu’à la Underwood statue. Ensuite, nous tournons à gauche est continuons tout droit.

A: Il est loin à pied?

D: Il y a la route qui monté. Mais, ce n’est pas fatigant!

C: Oui, oui. Et aussi, nous pouvons marcher, c’est bon pour la santé. Ça ne prend pas beaucoup de temps.

B: Merci beaucoup!

A: Pouvez-vous me dire comment avoir votre amour? (B는 A를 째려본다. 그때 C에게 “mon ami”라고 적힌 연락처로부터 전화가 온다)

C: (자리를 비우고 전화를 받는다) Bonjour. Ah oui, Alex…

D: Nous partons!! Au revoir! Bonne chance!

B: Comment pouvez-vous me faire ça? Je romps avec toi! (B는 바로 등 돌리고 떠난다. A는…...

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