Last Stop: Incheon, South Korea

My flight to Incheon, South Korea was with Asiana Airlines. It was a ten hour and ten minute flight. I watched one movie, “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.” It was entertaining. According to the movie, hell is in Hollywood where all the lost souls and wishes go. I love the flight attendants’ uniforms. Very sexy! Is there a rabbi on this flight? I fell in love four times and maybe more. An older Korean couple sat beside me. He didn’t speak much English but we were able to communicate a few things. Of course, like you hear from everyone, the first thing he wanted to know was if I was married or single. Then upon knowing I was single he said “Oh, Korean girls will like you.”

I like how hot towels were handed out throughout the flight. They really make sure you eat. There were two meals plus a snack, a turkey sandwich served on a hamburger roll. The flight attendant asked if I wanted American Western steak or Korean style. I went with the Korean style. I think it’s called bibimbop. It was good. I’m not a fan of kimchi. It was a part of the meal, but I ate it and it wasn’t bad. Some beef was good. Seaweed wrapped in egg wasn’t bad either. Incidentally, the Korean man beside me ordered the steak.

Life begins at 40. I say this because as soon as I step off the plane I will be 40 by Korean standards. They believe that babies are one-years old at birth, from the time of conception.

Albums/Artists listened to on plane:

  • U2’s ‘Achtung Baby
  • Matisyahu
  • Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’
  • Fleetwood Mac
  • MGMT
  • Live

Well, I have arrived at the Incheon International Airport near Seoul in South Korea.

Where did Friday go? Time flies.

Well, you’ll hear more about my arrival in South Korea and my apartment and my school in the next blog. This blog is mainly about getting out of Dodge as in Dodger-town.

About Rossman In Your Head

I'm a screenwriter, filmmaker, video editor and copywriter. I grew up in NY, but lived in Los Angeles for roughly 29 years. I produced, co-wrote and co-directed feature film, “Rubbernecking.” In 2008, I edited “War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave” directed by and starring C. Thomas Howell. I was the founder and festival director of Social Media Film Festival. I love live music, comedy, iced-blended mochas and movies of course!

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