So anyway, I found out Super Junior's dorm address yesterday and I'm now determined to visit them. Not at their front door, of course, because their dorm is a high-rise apartment surely equipped with a tight security considering that people like the Super Junior members live there. I plan on simply staying outside, holding a banner of some sort, and waiting for them to pass by in their cars or something. I have to do this before winter comes around (though if I do this while it's snowing, Super Junior might take pity on me, LOL). I only have barely three and a half months here so I want to do as much as I can for Super Junior. I don't want to regret not having done anything during my stay here. That would be more painful than actually leaving Korea.
My friends and I spent 추석 (Chuseok) first at a friend's house where we took part in some simple ancestral rites. Then, we ate lots of Korean traditional food. Afterwards, we went to 서울 to go to a Design Festival. Since I'm taking up Fine Arts in the Philippines, I felt as though my major was calling me back when I saw all the creative displays. In addition, I thought about having my postgraduate studies here instead of Japan. I'm still torn between the two countries but I guess it will depend where my heart will lie in the future. If I'm still a die-hard Super Junior fan three years from now (I need one more year to graduate, then 2 years of working before having my Masters), then I'll definitely choose Korea.
Darn, I still have to study Korean. Our Korean language class is being taught in Korean, and our book is 100% Korean, too. Imagine our hardship during class hours. >____________> Even so, I really want to do my best in studying it because I don't want to go back to my country without having learned anything and it delights me so whenever I listen to Korean songs or shows and I understand a few lines or words. I don't expect to be very good at it soon but I want to give it my all anyway. ^^