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F3RL

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« on: 28. April 2009., 11:42:02 »
I am Eric.

Born in South Korea and now I live in Australia, to study.

Been living in Australia for 6 yeras, jez, that's pretty long... anyway...

I just turned 18 (Australian age) or 19 (Korean age).

Interested in (Wireless) Network Security and Reverse engineering.

Thank you ;D
well? understand ma bad English.

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« on: 28. April 2009., 11:42:02 »




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Re: Hi
« Reply #1 on: 28. April 2009., 13:00:48 »
Hi Eric,

Karma Up  :up: for your Introduction, hope that other SCF Members will also fill up at least half of info. in their SCF Profiles...

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I just turned 18 (Australian age) or 19 (Korean age).

 ;D

What do you mean with this, can you please explain...??

Best Regards,

S.

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« Reply #2 on: 01. May 2009., 10:45:55 »

I just turned 18 (Australian age) or 19 (Korean age).

What do you mean with this, can you please explain...??


It means, I am 18 years old in Australia but 19 years old in South Korea.

Since they have slightly different aging system, I am one year younger if I am in Australia.

Thank you for your interest ;D
well? understand ma bad English.

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Re: Hi
« Reply #3 on: 01. May 2009., 19:16:53 »

Interesting.

Every day We learn something new...  :)

 

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