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Monologue by Hong Sun Kim

Interviewee: 
Kim, Hong Sun
Interviewer: 
Unknown
Date of Interview: 
2002-03-25
Identifier: 
LGKI0439
Subjects: 
Overcoming Obstacles; Stories and Storytellers
Abstract: 
Hong Sun Kim retalls the tale, "The Tortoise and the Hare".
Collection: 
Charlotte Narrative and Conversation Collection
Collection Description: 
An interview of a Charlottean collected for a class project at UNC Charlotte.
Transcript:
HK (Hong Sun Kim): Once there was a tortoise and the hare and the hare started to brag at the tortoise. "Let's have a race," said the hare. "OK," said the tortoise. So they had a race next day. Th-, when the race start-, started, the hare, went very fast at, until he couldn't see the tortoise behind him. "Oh, well. I'm going to rest from here now." And the hare just rested, left to the tree. When the hare was resting, sleeping under the tree, the tortoise was, keep coming. At last the tortoise just passed through the finish line. After, after a little bit more time, that hare wa-, woke up. "Oh, no! I forgot I was racing!" But it was too late. The tortoise won and the hare just losed. After all, the hare did not ignore [clears throat] any person and did not brag to other person he did more better than the other person. The end.
END OF INTERVIEW
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