All of the teachers in the school, including I, went to see a movie today. I was told about it yesterday.
Actually, I was told "Tara, we will watch movie tomorrow at 3:30, you will come."
Either way, at three, we all piled into my co-teacher's car, and went to the movie theater.
What we ended up watching, was a documentary about this guy, a Korean missionary, who worked in Sudan. It was about his efforts as a doctor there, and the preaching that he did, and about the filmmakers going back and telling the people that he had helped that he had died of cancer?
It was ENTIRELY in Korean, so, I just made up that synopsis... because, really, I didn't understand any of the dialogue.
So, we went to see a documentary, entirely in Korean, it was an hour and a half long, and who was one of the only people who stayed awake through the whole thing?
That's right, they all understood what was going on, and I had no idea, and I was one of the only people who stayed awake.
Yesterday, one of my co-teachers came up to me and told me that all of the teachers are going on a trip to Jeju island this weekend, and that I will be joining them. I got all excited, because I really wanted to see Jeju before I left.
After I almost shouted "REALLY?!" there was a big kerfuffle in Korea, accompanied by shouting and arm waving. At which point, my co-teacher turned to me, laughing, and said "oh, I was not supposed to say, you cannot come..."
Thanks : (
I got my hopes up, and then, WHAM! Dashed... Sad time city.
Anyway, the monotony of sitting in my desk for eight hours with nothing to do because I have no prep work because I won't be here next semester, was broken up in the most EXCITING way when I checked my university administration account...
I GOT ACCEPTED INTO THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA FOR MY EDUCATION AFTER DEGREE!!!
I was sooooo excited! I spent all day gathering information and trying to figure out what my courses will be... I had a total nerd overload!
I thought I wasn't going to hear about anything until June, or so! Best surprise ever! Early acceptance <3 <3 <3
Well, that's enough of that... haha.
Anyways, back on to packing (barfff).
Oh, and I celebrated my acceptance letter by treating myself to some hooraeedeu chicken... aka, fried chicken.
Also, I have decided that you all need to listen to this:
And, this, because, clearly, Korea is the new Japan:
And this, because T.O.P. is my boyfriend, even if he did dye his hair blonde, I'd still do him... *swoon*
Okay, that's enough now, sorry... haha