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To see as much of this region as I can every chance I can get!
I actually live in Yeosu, which is about an hour or so by bus from Jinju, but apparently Yeosu is so remote Couchsurfing.com hasn't even heard of it!
I've worked in a pet shop so I learned how to care for many different animals, been a theatre usher so I got to see quite a few shows, worked in an animation studio (nuff said), and now I've figured out how to combine work with traveling the world!
While I'm usually pretty quiet, I can ramble on for hours if it's a subject that interests me. I can play an extrovert with the best of them... for a little while.
If you know what this means, I'm an INTJ.
Por qué estoy en Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Right now I'm looking for a place, and as I have a whole apartment, I'm soon going to put my couch is up for grabs!
I just got here actually, but I'm very interested in trying this out!
All kinds of art actually, but photography, drawing, theatre, and especially animation. Pets, especially budgies! And travel of course.
Música, películas y libros
Movies: POTC (Just the first one), The Crow, Watership Down. Just about anything well written and directed. Please find me one withOUT the obligatory romantic subplot!
Music: Just about anything but country, rap and Irish traditional.
Drop me into a bookstore or a library, or give me an English language newspaper or magazine, and I'll be sure to find something I absolutely NEED to read then and there. I can be just walking down the street and a book will run up to me and plead, "Take me home!"
Algo increíble que he hecho
With only a ten week night course in classical animation I ended up working in an animation studio. When I was finally shown the door because I couldn't keep up, in barely half an hour I had talked my way back in.
Yeah. Animation is my life, pretty much.
Enseña, aprende, comparte
I remember a little French and have picked up a few words of Korean. I think it's only appropriate to learn local expressions for "Please," "Thank you," "I'm sorry," and "Where's the bathroom?"
I can tell you how to care for many different kinds of pets and I can give you a rough idea how to draw and animate.
If you're also an English teacher, let's swap our most successful strategies!