Called Korea Home

From: Sunday, 28 December 2008
To: Thursday, 10 October 2013
For 1748 days
Or 4 years, 9 months, 13 days
Or 249 weeks and 5 days

Sunday, December 28, 2008

And Finally... Korea At last

Ok so the flight from Prague to Korea was uneventful. It was the least I could expect after all those crazy detours and whatnot. We departed without a hitch. The nervousness began to hit me about an hour before departing Prague.

How do you say sexy in European?


Ok, so I wish I could say the journey to Prague was uneventful. After reading my very captivating novel and having some yummy airline dinner of cabernet sauvignon and chicken, I got comfortable and then took a nap. And nap it was. I was awakened to the flight crew asking if there was a doctor on board the flight, specifically a cardiologist.

Saturday, December 27, 2008

The gods must be crazy...

What a start to a trip.

I got to the airport at 8.15 am to make my 10.45 direct flight from Atlanta to Seoul. I got in line, in a good mood. Optimistic about the entire procedure, making new friends chitchatting and whatnot, trying to be cool. One of my suitcases is five pounds overweight so I repack my stuff… Great.

Friday, December 26, 2008

Saying goodbye

Wasn’t even really hard. I guess I’d already detached myself from America. That’s not to say I won’t miss everyone, but I’ve been ready to be out for a minute.

Thursday, December 25, 2008


I have one more day left. My flight leaves Friday morning for Korea, and as the journey begins, I can't help but quiver with excitement and nervousness.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Why I chose Korea

People keep asking me how I came up with Korea. Everyone from the embassy to family to friends to random strangers at the airport as I got ready to leave. So I will say, for a variety of reasons