Yeah!! First smile of the week of Summer 2012!!
Hi! I'm Hyemee from South Korea. (I know you are interested about North Korea, but I don't know anything about North Korea, sorry!)
It's been only two weeks since I arrived at KISC, but I feel like I've been here for ages. When I met the other Pinkies, in the beginning it was really hard to remember names. Especially Irish names. I somtimes can't recognise Aoife who is my lovely room mate on the staff list. Also, sometimes I can't understand jokes in English. In moments like that, I just laugh.
However, even though I can't understand some English things, my KISC life is fun so far.
Every single day is different, with more fun than the day before. The most interesting things are these:
1. Already on the first day, we broke the old Staff record of how many people can sit on the hammock in the Staff Room!
2. Moving Connor (IE)'s bed to the Staff room while he was making a key cake. It was Craig (UK)'s idea and brilliant.
3. On D-Day, we made every LTS we passed hang upside down while actually the challenge was for only one LTS.
4. On the international evening, Pinkies wore my traditional Korean dress. Christian (DE) was the most beautiful person in it even though he is not a female.
5. Locking the loft for Jesse (CA) and Brandon (US) one evening so they couldn't leave. It was Aoife (IE)'s idea. She is really proud of herself.
6. And every single moment we've spent together!!
And the people I've met here are so nice. LTS,STS, and Greenies! I'm sure we're gonna be the best friends. But the highlight are my roommates: Aoife (IE) and Kristina (SE)! This is my first time having roommates. I was worried about it before I came here, but this was for nothing. They are really nice and friendly. Really interesting thing is that we are all hiking guides in programme department. And today we've just been to Bunderspitz which is our room's name. I'll put the photo of us on the door!
Oh...a lot of writing in English for me as a non-native speaker! Anyways, I've spent a fantastic time here so far. Every night I fall a sleep with a smile on my face and are thankful for being at KISC.
Thank you, KISC!