Lee
What about Kentucky? I'm going to Kentucky as a exchange student on July. My host family's house is situated in a small city. Are Kentucky citizens good people?
Mar 31, 2011 3:00 PM
Answers · 4
Like anywhere, a person's character varies from person to person. Just try to relax and be friendly. Because I'm from the US, I'm not sure what would be a culture-shock to those from other places, but be mindful that you're experiencing a different culture. Many things may be different, but if something is offensive or confusing, I'm sure you can ask someone in your host family if it is normal. Maybe you can speak with other Koreans who have visited Kentucky? If there's an exchange program there, it's likely there are other Koreans in Kentucky, too. I don't know a lot about Kentucky, but I think you're likely to learn a bit about horse racing. Good luck!
March 31, 2011
First thing to do if you go to Kentucky: Buy a gun! Next: Never leave your house. Be very afraid!
March 31, 2011
When you're at Kentucky remember that not everybody is friendly their are many people who are nice and can be a good person to you but it will all depend on how you treat them. Then there are people who are the meanist and you'll have to watch out for those kind of people. But it all depends on how you treat them
August 21, 2011
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