잘가 in Korean is an informal version of 'good-bye', it's not as final as good-bye though, it's more of a 'see you later'.
While I move further into my final evening in South Korea I hope that this will be a 'see you later' rather than a 'goodbye'. For me, even though the circumstances of my leaving this country are bittersweet I'd like to think I'm leaving the door open behind me when I leave.
Instead of focusing on the negatives and the reasons behind my leaving I'd rather use my final post written in Korea to remember the sweeter memories and experiences from this past year.
My unforgettable night at the Beach House concert.
The heartfelt guest-post I wrote for Roots and Feathers about South Korea and the universal map.
My beautiful, inspiring kindergarten students.
My countless cozy afternoons spent in Korean coffee shops.
The time I paper bombed my city with free smiles.
So I'll see you later then, Korea...it's been, memorable ^.~