These are the last bits of pictures from Daegu, and on my way up to Seoul via KTX train to visit my uncle and his family. For these, I used Kodak Portra 160NC but I didn't realize until I was on the train to Seoul that I left the ISO setting at 400. That's ok though, because I only took 6 underexposed pictures and other 30 turned out quite fine. I really like the film's soft tone but I must admit that I prefer the 400 films for their rich saturation.
Oh, and a little (late) update. Before my trip I applied to a teacher certification program in the states and got the acceptance email on my 2nd day in Daegu. So I'm going back to school in fall! I've been wanting to work in mathematical related field for a while, but after writing exams to prepare myself for the job market I felt like it wasn't for me. I would definitely make more money in that field but I think teaching will suit me quite well. It'll be my first time living away from home so I'm quite excited about it.
Last few shots were taken at Mies Container which is a very popular spot for young women in Daegu. They're famous for their almost dough-less pizza. I had sweet potato pizza, full of sweet yellow potato and mozzarella cheese. I'm missing it so so much right now.