I’m glad that ny darling pal Stephanie has landed safely in Busan a few hours ago. She, and the other exchange kids have most probably arrived in Daegu by now, and probably getting settled. Cozying up in blankets and all. I was in the same foreign exchange program last year, and now I’m like.. Has it already been a year?
It’s a shame that my memory card got corrupted before I got to upload everything. Two weeks’ worth of pictures? My goodness! Luckily, I still have the ones that actually count. Yay for that! I won’t be talking that much about the internship, as I’ve already given it my all at an old post on my old blog (I may or may not link it), and given the nature of this blog, which is pretty much fixated on randomness, I’d rather just talk about the little things.:) besides, I don’t want to be so cruel as to ruin the surprise for her.
It was quite a challenge dressing up for Korean winter. Although I live in tropical climate, I have experienced a nice winter when I was little.. Just not -2°C ones. In the Philippines, I just dress up in sheer stuff, but in Korea, I had to pile it on! 3 pairs of socks in one go level. Haha.
Stephanie SHOULD see these padlock things! It symbolizes a couple’s promise to stat together. Well, I didn’t have a guy with me then, not in the Philippines, and more so, not in Korea. If I had, I would’ve locked a padlock there as well! Haha.
I miss Korea, but of course, there’s so much of the world to see. Looking back, and knowkng that it’s Stephanie’s turn, I can’t help but be happh for her. I can’t help but be excited for all the cool things in store for her. Korea was fun for me, and I just know that it would be just as fun, or even more, for her.
If Miss Guitering is reading, well..
ENJOY, MY DARLING!:)