Dear Korea #141: Gyopo Problems

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While I didn’t post this in the morning, the important part is that I posted it on the right day! Yay!

For anyone who may be curious, the writing on the kid’s arm says 방구, which translates to “fart”.

As much as I wish I could say this really happened, I was too much of a wuss, even if literally no one else in my school could read any Korean. That being said, due to the high demand for me to draw marker-based temporary tattoos, there were many children running around with very badly written Korean characters on their hands and arms. When they insisted that I write things in Chinese, I just drew in a bunch of random lines to appease the masses. It’s probably for the best that I never went into the tattoo business.


Jen Lee's Dear Korea

This is Jen Lee. She likes to draw.
She also likes green tea.

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