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'나이키 광고 동영상'에 해당되는 글 1건

  1. 2010.04.09 타이거 우즈의 나이키 광고-1 아버지와 아들
2010.04.09 08:30 미국생활 기본영어

지난 11월 Thanksgiving Day부터 지금까지(거의 5개월 만에) 섹스 스캔들로 세상을 시끄럽게 하고 있는 타이거 우즈의 30초 짜리 새 광고가 나이키를 통해서 나왔다. 
이미 세상을 떠난 아버지가 아들 타이거 우즈에게 말하고 있다.
"그래, 뭘 좀 배웠니?"
타이거 우즈는 슬픈, 부끄러운 모습으로  아버지의 목소리를 듣고 있다.
적당한 시기에 나온 좋은 광고다. 특히 아버지의 목소리가 좋다.
영어는 이렇게 가슴으로부터 나오는 것이다.

Tiger Woods Commercial: Earl and Tiger

"Tiger, I am more prone to be inquisitive to promote discussion.

I want to find out what your thinking was.
I want to find out what your feelings are,

and did you learn anything?"

prone : likely to or liable to suffer from, do, or experience something, typically something regrettable or unwelcome
inquisitive : curious or inquiring
promote : 1 further the progress of (something, esp. a cause, venture, or aim); support or actively encourage

우리나라에서 이런 광고가 나올 수 있을까?
아버지는 아들에게 이렇게 말하는 대신 아들을 묵묵히 바라만 본다. 아니면 먼 산을 바라본다.
그리고 혼자 조용히 말한다.
"조상님에게 부끄러워서 어찌할꼬!"

아니면 이런 광고는?
제목 : 새출발
"남자가 뭘 그래? 니 능력이 있어서 여럿 여자를 거느렸는데 뭐가 문제야? 다 훌훌 털고 일어서야지. 집안 꼴이 말이 아니다. 지금. 니 여편네? 그년 하나만 여자야? 우리 집안 개망신 시킨 여잔데 당장 버려라! 여잔 줄줄이 섰으니 당장 새 여자 만나. 골프도 새출발, 여자도 새출발! 알았지 아들아!"

"그런데 애들은 아직도 에미가 데리고 있냐? 애들은 대를 이어야하니 무슨 수를 써서라도 데려오도록 해라."

 2013/8/5 아래글을 업데이트한다.

세월은 정지하지 않는다. 과거는 가고 미래가 온다.

이렇게 행복한 순간이 있었네!(타이거우즈 이혼전)
이렇게 어린 아이(Charlie Axel Woods)가 벌써 네살이 되었구나!(아래사진 2013)

PHOTO: Tiger Woods celebrates win with his son, Charlie

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer August 4, 2013 6:16 pm ET

We saw a side of Tiger Woods he rarely lets us see after he won the 2013 Bridgestone Invitational. We saw him scoop his son Charlie after win No. 79 and celebrate with a hug. The photo above is cool and the video below might be even better.

참고: http://www.cbssports.com/golf/blog/eye-on-golf/23015135/photo-tiger-woods-celebrates-win-with-his-son-charlie

Tiger Woods keeps it in the family in run-up to US PGA Championship

World No1 makes it 79 tournament wins, three short of Sam Snead's record, and brings his four-year-old son along to watch

Tiger Woods' son, Charlie, is carried across the 18th green to greet his victorious father at the Bridgestone Invitational. Photograph: Matt Sullivan/Reuters

Bookmakers running for cover in relation to Tiger Woods and a major championship is not novel in itself. Even through the past five years, in which time Woods has failed to win one.

Punters who back favourites for majors, and those who invest heavily on Woods, have been bookmakers' friends since 2008. And yet, while the price of Woods, as short as 7-2 – against a field starting at 16-1 – for this week's US PGA Championship is not especially notable, what the world No1 did during the WGC Bridgestone Invitational unquestionably was.

Woods's dominance of the event in Ohio was such that the final 36 holes were irrelevant for anything other than prize and payment positions from second downwards. As Keegan Bradley put it, a "tournament within a tournament" took place.

Woods cantered to a seven-shot victory at Firestone in offering a performance which was, genuinely, reminiscent of when he dominated his sport. At that time, competitors visibly feared as well as respected the presence of Woods on leaderboards. This year has offered glimpses of the same scenario.

It is legitimate to ask whether, should Woods not end this major drought at Oak Hill on Sunday, he will ever do so. It has become obvious in recent times that the 15th major is proving the toughest, not least psychologically, for Woods to win. If and when he claims that, the Jack Nicklaus haul of 18 will be under proper threat.

Majors aside, further statistical greatness beckons for Woods. He is within three tournament wins of Sam Snead's record 82 PGA Tour victories. The world No1 has won five times this year; he has now claimed such a figure on 10 separate seasons, itself a record.

In the specific case of Oak Hill, the slow greens that Woods has himself referenced present him with a problem. He toils on such surfaces. The rough, moreover, is decidedly troublesome. "It is extremely long and thick, I mean, as long and thick of rough as I've seen in a long time," said the Open champion Phil Mickelson.

Woods said: "Oak Hill is going to be a course where we're going to have to make a lot of pars, there's no doubt. If you have an opportunity to make a birdie, you'd better because there aren't a whole lot of opportunities to make them. There are a few holes that you can be aggressive on and maybe a few pin locations that if you have the right situation you can be pretty aggressive to it, but otherwise it's going to be a tough course."

Woods also struggled when the US PGA was played here in 2003. He finished tied for 39th on an aggregate of 12-over, having failed to break par in any of his four rounds. These points, added to the fact Firestone is clearly a course Woods relishes, must be offset against the fact he is arguably playing his best and most consistent golf in more than a decade.

At Firestone, a rare Sunday appearance of Woods's son, four-year-old Charlie, in front of the cameras was as noteworthy as anything that happened on the course over the preceding 48 hours. Although never spoken about in public, Woods has been victim of threats towards himself and his family during his career, with the golfer's fierce protection of his children the reason he keeps them away from the public glare. Woods also has a daughter, Sam, by his former wife, Elin Nordegren.

"He understands it now but this was the first win he's ever been at," Woods said of Sunday's victory. "That's what makes it special for both of us. He's never seen me win a tournament.

"Sam was there when I won the US Open in 2008, and she loves to look at the YouTube videos. She loves looking at that and Charlie has never had that, never felt what it's like to be with the trophy. They always say: 'Daddy, when are you going to win the tournament?' It was a few years there, or a couple years, I hadn't won anything in a while. The last couple years have been a little bit better and they always want to know what place I'm in. 'Are you leading or not?' That's always a stock question. 'Not leading. Well, are you going to start leading?' Well, I'm trying.

"This week was nice. I was able to get the lead and I held it and it was awfully special for me to have him here to witness it because he understands it now. He understands when I make birdie, when I make par, and he understands the difference. It's awfully special to share that kind of moment."

It is unclear whether or not Charlie will reappear in Rochester this weekend. As far as good omens go, every little helps.

 참고: http://www.theguardian.com/sport/blog/2013/aug/05/tiger-woods-us-pga-firestone

posted by Sunny in New York

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