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Posted 8/30/08
um....just wondering if there were any people out there who are just as nice as Lee Hyun-Suk is.......i kno i'm not.....but i'm willing to change....for the future.
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Posted 8/31/08

HeavensGoddess wrote:

um....just wondering if there were any people out there who are just as nice as Lee Hyun-Suk is.......i know i'm not.....but i'm willing to change....for the future.


everyone is willing to change. BUT not everyone is willing to lead. it hard to be the only one going foward when everyone is going backward. the real question for you is are you willing to change even if no one will? it hard right?

now imagine someone who did a great thing for your country or the world. could you imagine yourself like that? doing something that great. the only different between you and that person is that he or she just did it. that person didnt wait. this my freind is the change we need.

sadly only a few people can do this. but can you really change the world? i believe you can. can i change the world? i believe yes. but will we be as famous as the person u are thinking about? i dont know. change today for a better tommorrow. God bless.

hope u will succeed in what you aim at. peace
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Posted 8/31/08

kmac6 wrote:


HeavensGoddess wrote:

um....just wondering if there were any people out there who are just as nice as Lee Hyun-Suk is.......i know i'm not.....but i'm willing to change....for the future.


everyone is willing to change. BUT not everyone is willing to lead. it hard to be the only one going foward when everyone is going backward. the real question for you is are you willing to change even if no one will? it hard right?

now imagine someone who did a great thing for your country or the world. could you imagine yourself like that? doing something that great. the only different between you and that person is that he or she just did it. that person didnt wait. this my freind is the change we need.

sadly only a few people can do this. but can you really change the world? i believe you can. can i change the world? i believe yes. but will we be as famous as the person u are thinking about? i dont know. change today for a better tommorrow. God bless.

hope u will succeed in what you aim at. peace


Thank u i was just really inspired by the movie....and...honestly no...i cant see myself as someone who did something great for the world like Nelson Mandela or Martin Luther King but i can see myself changing the world in my own little way ^^
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its nice to see alot of people lyk to chnge 4 better... and i think thats the start of sumtyng really gud....
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Posted 10/19/08
I am a good man... but now i changing into bat (bad) man...
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Posted 12/4/08
to change does take a lot of effort, like kmac6 said,'r u willing to go forward when evryone else move backward'.. i hope many more people will watch this movie.. n hopefully in a way it can change their perception too...
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"Man is born free, but he is everywhere in chains"- Rousseau

One reason or another people feel unable to change. I think we can all agree is we are lazy. We all feel this emotional high when we watch movies like these but we never think to learn from it. Unless we do change, this movie hasn't served any purpose. It's easy to talk about this and even quote from movie or be like me, pessimistic and quote Rousseau. But you know, I do believe we can change and I know I will. I will become the change that I wish to see in the world and I hope if this movie moved and touched you in the same way it did me you will see that you put on the chains and you haven't thrown the key away; because you are the key.

Sorry if my English doesn't make much sense. But I really believe this and I loved the movie and I want to say that those of you willing to change; you are not alone.
Posted 1/13/09
Excuse me, But why is every1 in this place keep saying CHANGE?
Off course things will change, but people know that when u change. It can be bad or good.
For instance, being lazy is what i want to change. That's a good thing. But will i keep my word?
We'll see.

I don't know about this movie, cuz i liked funny korean movies/drama.
So when the title said "A man who was Superman". I'm thinking, What's good about it?
Lately korean drama/movies r not doing too well. But the 1 that i'm watching right now is
Hana Yori Dango korean version. U can find it on mysoju. So far, they only have 3 episodes.

If u r into pollitics, go to a Obama website. Don't talk stuff that don't really matter.
It's my opinion.
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That's a great film. I like how they brought out how one person can make a difference through such a (in my opinion) sad story. They really did an amazing job with showing that he had issues and is not ok; he had his moments where you really could see him as super-man but then it gets torn to shreds when something random happens like the "explosion" at his home.

Moving outside of analyzing film, i also enjoyed their way of showing that "one man can make a difference." (oh yes i quoted the original knight rider) This is a really moving film (at least for me who didn't even shed a tear while watching "Grave of the Fireflies" while everyone else in the room was crying like they were at their grandmother's funeral), it does inspire change and i for one, am inspired. Now like some of the previous posts stated, you have to take action to change and we as human beings are extremely lazy, or more appropriately put selfish. We care too much about our own well being instead of others and simply just watch things, both good and bad, go by. One of George Romero's films, "Diary of the Dead" paints that concept out really well, and it's even shown in this film during the flashback of the car accident with Superman and his family.

Moving outside of my babble that I am trying not to turn into a random rant, this film is great and if anyone knows if it's licensed and released in the U.S. on DVD, post a link please, I really would like to add this film to my collection.
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