Being a soldier is never easy. There are many indispensable factors that create a great soldier and one of them must be bravery.
I have been watching a lot of war movies and am also aware that fighting in a battle is very dangerous because you can die anytime if you’re not careful. Therefore, we always have to show our gratitude and respect for the ones who have died to protect our country or the world’s peace. However, everything was still just theory. Until a few days ago when I and two other GRIT interns, Haruka and Naomi, decided to try the survival game.
Yes, it was harder than I thought. Much harder.
When we came to the studio, there were all boys. Yes. ALL boys. They looked at us as if they were wondering: “Why are you girls here?”:)) To be honest, I got shocked too just by watching some boys practicing shooting with their guns very professionally. “They’re gonna laugh at us.”, I thought. Then the studio staff gave us the necessary clothes, masks, hats, gloves and the most important thing: guns. No soldier can go to battle and forgets his gun at home, right?
All the 24 players were divided into 2 teams equally. As we had a plan to have dinner after that, we only joined 4 rounds, 5 minutes each. Well, I didn’t want to admit it but…yep, we weren’t the winners:) Although our team had some good shooters (of course not us), the other team was too strong and they attacked us really fiercely T.T However, I enjoyed the game very much and was happy because I could survive most rounds until the last moment (^.^). The feeling when you had to hide yourself from the enemy but also wanted to get out of the shelter to shoot them was really thrilling that it made me feel like I was in a real battle. If you also like this kind of activity, ask some friends to join with you and let’s try your best! Be a real soldier.
All of us were hungry after we left the game studio but this time, we decided to go to a special place to have dinner: a maid coffee shop. Wow:))) All the maids are very cute but you can not touch them or take photos of them. When we wanted to order something, we had to do some special actions such as saying altogether: “One, two… Meow meow!” and they would come:)))) Besides, the maids also gave us some magic words before we ate the foods because they said those words could make the foods become much much more delicious (^.^) That was absolutely not my style but in order to make the maid happy I tried to follow every instructions from them very enthusiastically. And I myself felt happy, too!^^
I didn’t expect that much but the foods there tasted really good and extremely kawaiiiiiiiiii>.<
The maid started to dance on a small stage from 10p.m and we left after the dance. I truly had a memorable evening and couldn’t wait to share it with my friends!^.^
I also want to send special thanks to Haruka and Naomi for their kindness to join and create those cheerful moments with me!