November Train

A hiking weekend in Gwangju with ten strangers who became ten friends.  Five people dashing through an extremely crowded terminal with 5 minutes to make the train.  Breathing deeply, I found a convenient seat beside a window and wrote what what I saw outside. Continue reading

Staring Drivers

Anyone who’s driven a motor vehicle near a crowded metropolis knows this situation: someone makes a turn or drives past you and stares at you the whole time. Their blank face judging you, wondering why you are such an idiot, and thanking the stars above that they are not you. This is one of the most annoying, road rage inducing acts a driver can do. It offers a sense of superiority to the moving vehicle as they blankly, disapprovingly watch you as they pass.  Continue reading