Last Saturday marked my first K lesson in erm, 3 months? I haven't been speaking K properly and hence my rusty pronunciation and weird sentence structures. As expected, my teacher wasn't the teacher that my previous classmates had 'cos they told me that their teacher would be returning to her home country for awhile. Instead, my teacher is a new teacher in this school. Shucks man, I was so looking forward to being taught by November (that is really her name LOL!) due to her semblance to Fierce One in terms of looks. Anyway, we will be reunited again once I2 passes. My dear friends are so nice to skip one semester in order to wait for us. ;_;

Anyway, Ms Sung is really a very pretty, cute and high teacher. All lingering thoughts of wanting November to teach me immediately disappeared LOL. I came in to class late due to the stupid shuttle bus not arriving, so I ended up cabbing in with another girl. Ms Sung was already asking the people in class to do a self-introduction. This term's focus is on informal speaking, which is really very weird and hard for me because we were taught to speak formally for the past 3 semesters. Imagine speaking informally to my E3 teacher. ._. Anyway, speaking informally is like the way you talk and behave with your friends. It's very hard to talk like that to your teacher, no matter how close you are to her, and especially to Koreans who are still so deeply entrenched in their Confucian beliefs. But but but, Ms Sung is so different. The moment I sat in front of her, she was already commenting on how cute I was. LIKE WHAT?!?!?! O.O''' I don't recall any teachers saying that to me when they first see me. Correction, I don't recall any teachers saying that to students whom they are seeing for the first time. And I didn't even introduce myself to her yet. Anyway, she was really very high, but cute too. It's so hard to believe that she already has a 4-year-old daughter. >.<

I'm really looking forward to the subsequent lessons, but to be honest, things will really get tougher from here on. Informal speech does really take some time to get used to and the sentence structure will change as well.

Anyway, my contract will end on the 9th, which is about one week from now. I'll definitely miss all my colleagues and the friends I have made here. It's hard to believe that I had so much complaints earlier on, but as days passed, I grew quite close to almost everybody in our division even though we don't see each other everyday. Work itself is still shit haha, but the company I have had for the past few weeks were definitely great. I really enjoyed talking and bullshitting with them in order to pass time.

I'm not sure if I'll continue to look for other jobs before I leave, but I think if I work, we won't have time to plan where we want to go. A trip to Snowy Mountains sounds great though. ^^


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