Not like I have a lot to write about, but sitting here at Fraport for more than 8 hours is super duper boring so I figured I’d spend my time writing a bit to you guys and gals!
As you may have noticed in the introduction of this post: I’m sitting in Frankfurt, waiting for my plane to take my girlfriend and me to Incheon. It’ll be a long flight but I was smart and downloaded some local-coop games and packed two controllers so we could have some fun maybe.
Anyways, here at Fraport there isn’t so much to do apart from your typical duty-free shops and overpriced cafés that make you spend half of your trip money on a coke and a turkey sandwich.
The flight to Frankfurt was super fast, I think it was less than an hour and kind of relaxing. I wish I could’ve gotten some sleep though, but I’ll make sure to do that on my next flight. Getting onto the plane was not an easy act though, because the customs in Germany thought I was trying to smuggle drugs in my Intuos 5 and did a drug screening of all my hardware, which took about 30 minutes time. Remember kids: Always be early for your flights, you never know!
Back until a few years ago, flights were always super charming to me and I was really excited to see the countries pass below me. I could never understand those people who read newspapers during the take-off or landing. I think the older I get the more I can relate to them though. I mean, once you’ve seen it you’ve seen it, if that makes sense. Yet I will never give up my beloved window seat, which I always make sure to get. I have no idea where I’m going with this little observation of mine so I’ll just continue with the plan for tomorrow.
Once we arrive in Seoul at around 10am on Sunday, we plan to eat something and maybe go shopping or something. I think Minjae said that we’ll have to spend some time before our bus to Gwangju departs. Maybe we’ll head to Hongdae, because there’s supposed to be some art stuff there. I’ll tell you more once I know about it.
PS: I think duty free shops smell awful.