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  • Spring Break from April 8th-12th.
  • HSSC Baseball Game @Samsung Lions Park on April 4th.
  • [HS] Friendly Match Soccer vs. DMHS @Camp Walker on April 2nd.
  • Don't forget your spirit shirts on Friday.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Spring Break from April 8th-12th.
  • HSSC Baseball Game @Samsung Lions Park on April 4th.
  • [HS] Friendly Match Soccer vs. DMHS @Camp Walker on April 2nd.
  • Don't forget your spirit shirts on Friday.
The Student News Site of Daegu International School

Jets Flyover

The Student News Site of Daegu International School

Jets Flyover

[Photos] High schoolers bounce their troubles away downtown

 

Freshman Evan Rossmeisl tumbles down the trampoline slide, as his shrieks resonate with every bounce. His friends on the side erupt in laughter as Evan topples down.

This time of year students feel a bit stir-crazy. Stuck indoors with their noses buried in books, they released some steam at Crazy Pang Pang. High school student council hosted their first party of the school year at Crazy Pang Pang, an extreme park with trampolines and arcades, on Jan. 26th. Amidst bounces, beats, and bites, students laughed and vibed out all night long. Look for photos of you and your friends in the gallery below. 

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About the Contributors
Jessica Woo, Managing Editor
A eleven year veteran at DIS, Jessica Woo returns to the Flyover staff in her junior year. As an engaged student who loves to read and write, Jessica helps other students improve and always attempts to step up as a writer herself. Founder of the Jets Broadcasting Service, she communicates and delivers informative messages to the DIS community. As much as she adores writing, Jessica deems herself a baseball-holic and attempts to watch every game if possible. 

Lewis Kim, Photographer and Photo Editor
Lewis Hanseo Kim, a junior at DIS, reigns supreme as a passionate photographer, videographer, and scientist. His enthusiasm for photography motivated him to start the Yang-ro Won Picture Service Club, and his profound interest in science led him to conduct multiple studies, which earned him honorable recognition. From meticulous research and innovative engineering to creative photography, he always attempts unique endeavors that set him apart from his peers. From superhero motion graphics to award winning historical documentaries, his imagination knows no bounds. With his creative mind and top tier photography, Lewis hopes to bring the Jets Flyover to the next level. 
Ava Cho, Photographer / Designer
Ava, a senior at Daegu International School, loved art and design ever since childhood. She moved to DIS in 9th grade because she decided to study art abroad. In her free time, she loves going to galleries and taking pictures of the city and nature. Music is her biggest inspiration for her art. Due to her interest in art and design, she will take her place as an editor for the yearbook. Ava is looking forward to showing her passion as an illustrator for the Jets Flyover.   

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    TonyFeb 28, 2024 at 6:32 pm

    It looks very fun! I wish I was there as a high schooler.

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    Joseph BeckFeb 28, 2024 at 6:30 pm

    That looks so fun!! I wish I could ride some fun things at Crazy Pang Pang

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    PaulFeb 28, 2024 at 6:27 pm

    Looks so cool

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    Honglim JInFeb 28, 2024 at 6:27 pm

    Wow! I think that place looks so fun! I also went there once but I want to go there with my friends again.

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    EstherFeb 28, 2024 at 6:26 pm

    I hope everyone had fun !

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    ElinFeb 28, 2024 at 6:26 pm

    That looks so fun! I want to visit there with my friends next time!

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    SeanFeb 28, 2024 at 6:26 pm

    Man, I wish I was in hight school.
    I guess better luck next time!

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