I have good news for those of you who want Horyon and I to leave Korea as quickly as possible:
I am in Seoul right now (took the Seoul Train at 5 a.m. this morning, just over 5 hours ago). I went straight to the American Embassy with some paperwork that Mom and Dad spent $73 to send to us. I gave it to the nice woman at the window, then waited for about 45 minutes. I then talked to an American guy who told me I could come back at 3:30 to pick up her visa.
Yeah baby! Five hours and 38 minutes from now (plus however long I have to wait in line, of course) I will have Horyon's visa in my hands!
Horyon is going to call the travel agent and make some ticket choices as soon as she can get Maxine to stop crying. (I left them in Pusan, because in the distant past our male ancestors went out to kill dangerous meat while our female ancestors stayed home to beat the kids.)
My next post will have our travel plans. I promise to get it up here within 24 hours. In the mean time, I'm going to a video room and watch some stupid movie to kill me some time.
Peace, at last!