What's Korea like?
Different. It's not easy for me to sum up Korea in a few words, but I think "different" describes it best. Imagine life as you know it, flip it upside down, sideways, throw a lot kimchi and k-pop into the mix, and that's Korea.
Do you think you'll go back to Korea?
No. I enjoyed my time there, but I'm ready to experience something new.
I'm doing what I like to call a "DIY Fellowship", an idea I took from a former teacher at Grub Street. Basically, I saved enough during my time abroad to take a few months off from full time work, and I'm working on my writing.
What kind of camera do you use?
A Canon something something. It's an old digital point-and-shoot that has been scrapped by Canon and replaced by a snazzier model. I used to use the Nikon equivalent, but I lost it one night after too much...erm...fun..., and this was given to me by a friend (who has a fancy DSLR and doesn't have time for the shenanigans of the camera she gave me). So yeah, it's nothing fancy, but I like it anyhow. My favorite comment about it was, "Wow. You're camera looks...used". Ha!
Is that your real hair?
Yes. *eye roll*