No carrier or anything, she was just toting her cat around. Walked straight through the scanner and past the eyes of the TSA officers during security.
This marks the end of Korea comics! From now on, I’ll be posting copies of the comics I’ve been doing for my school newspaper, The Daily
First comic of the school year!
I’m sorry, I couldn’t remember who it was that found the spanish-speaking taxi driver and who said the sign-language line, or else I would have drawn the characters appropriately D: apologies
For the first week of Korea, we stayed at the dorms at Kyung Hee University. We were a short bus ride or walk away from Hoegi station, so we were pretty much able to explore Seoul on our own during free time (which we had a lot of).
I did quite a bit of shopping at the malls and the shopping districts. Probably too much shopping.
Apologies about the comic quality (well, worse quality than usual); my scanner hiccuped and I had to install a new driver for it, but it seems to be making everything darker now. Huh.
This actually happened after waiting around at the gate to board (and I was enjoying the rest because I had just run for like 20 minutes straight, yeah I’m a wimp). Two young kids were speaking in Korean to each other behind me and I overheard them say this. I felt bad because I just stood there looking confused. And then they stop following me because they realized it was a bad idea to do so >_>
So I was in Korea for 2 and 1/2 weeks for a mini-study abroad thing. Then I stayed a few extra days to visit friends and family. Let me tell you, it was a totally amazing experience. There were also many funny things so there are going to be quite a few comics about them
Thank you San Francisco airport for having so many helpful people so I didn’t get lost when trying to get to my flight!
I ran up to the check in booths and the lady looked at me like I was crazy, but a nice employee walked me to the security line which was empty, thank God. :O
Auto and Ana are back!
The FIFA World Cup is the only reason I ever pretend to know anything about soccer. Actually, combine that with the fact that South Korea is playing. Once Korea is out, I just don’t care anymore. I don’t know why, I just have the most fun cheering for my small little country. They’ve got heart — or should I say, Seoul?