As I prepare to leave, I want to digitize my song sheets, sketches, assorted poems and attempts at essays.
Here is an assortment of sketches from the lot. The first is not anyone I know -- just a woman who appeared on the paper as I drew her.
And another showing a lady who made a kind of fish shaped waffle that had a slightly sweet bean filling inside. They were 3 for 1,000 won (about a US dollar). It was in winter when I would sometimes pass by and practice my Korean while nibbling on a waffle bean fish and watching her prepare more. It usually was evening, maybe around 9:30 or 10pm, and often students going home (kind of late, no?) would stop and buy some also.
Her little stand was made of orange tarpaulins stretched over a tubular frame. In Korea, such street vendors are not uncommon; even older women sit on the ground and sell fresh vegetables. They sit there most of the day. So patient!
One more for good luck!
You can't see it, but the 2 individuals in the foreground are on a separate piece of paper that folds over to the right. In the next picture, I flip the flap with the 2 guys out of the way, leaving the solitary coffee drinker by the window. I guess you could call it a 3d interactive picture.
Hope you enjoy those pics!