I might have mentioned this before, but I really like Yonsei’s campus - especially when it’s all green and summery. I took these pictures as I was walking to the post office in the Student Union Building yesterday, the weather was so nice and I was pretty much smiling the whole way. As I was walking back, suddenly three korean guys approach me asking if they could interview me. I was a bit taken aback at first (their english wasn’t very good, so I didn’t really understand what they wanted at first), but agreed. They asked me some questions about the korean job market for foreigners - which I don’t have a lot of knowledge about, so I’m not really sure how helpful I was haha.
Erica and I were in the subway a few days ago, and by one of the entrances there was a lady selling tiny chickens! I think she was selling them as pets, but it didn’t look very hygienic.. but they were cute nonetheless!
Anyways, today is May 17th, meaning it’s the Norwegian national day! I’ve heard rumors about it being celebrated in the Norwegian embassy here in Korea, but didn’t go.. I thought it’d be strange to come there alone, and also I’m very clumsy in speaking norwegian these days - it somehow doesn’t feel natural to me anymore..! I guess I’ll get used to it after a few days in Norway though.
So I’m leaving Korea in about 5 weeks from now, and I’m already looking forwards to coming back to Korea this Autumn! Strange as it is, I was thinking about how nice it will be to come back to Korea again in the Autumn - before I realized what a silly thought it was since I’m actually still in Korea haha.. I think those months in Norway will pass by fast though, cause I’ll be busy working, catching up with my friends and spending some time with my family. These days I feel so lucky to have had this whole experience in Korea, and I think a big part of why I’ve had such a good time here is because of all the nice people I’ve met!