False Memories of the SechsKies?
Well ... suspicious memories, anyway.
I'm not entirely sure that I've encountered a case of plagiarism in this student essay, but I do find odd that a student would be writing memories of her favorite pop band, SechsKies, from when she was in high school but suddenly shift from the first-person perspective to the second-person one to ask herself a question.
See what you think:
Even if others laugh at me, I still love and cherish them [i.e., the SechsKies] like a family. Their existence and music is a ray of light throughout my school years. Still, I often look back upon my student days with them because I can share a precious or sad memory with my brothers and also share of laughs and sorrows. Also SechsKie's symbol is yellow, yellow balloon. Then, the forsythia is the symbol of SechsKie's fan. So, I'm so happy to see such a something yellow color.Well, there it is, the passage with the sudden shift from first-person perspective to a second-person-perspective question in interview style to first-person perspective again. It might not be a case of downloading error in an attempt at plagiarism, but it's certainly a weird jolt out of the blue.
Do you remember your school days?
Yes! I was always with them. When I was a junior high school student, in spite of remote distance (from Tong-yeong to Seoul), I used to go to Seoul to see their concert and to support them with yellow balloon grabbed. I think that time was so childish but pure and a never-to-be-forgotten day in my life. Seeing their stage, I have held dream to work in a broadcasting station. So far, this dream holds good. I have many peculiar experience that other people easily haven't ever experienced. Through their existence, I gained moral force in my school days.
I mean, who is supposed to be asking that question if the student is writing her real memories?