As a result I've been trying to spend more time working, mostly because I just need to get stuff done. Classes don't really help either since they just clog up your time with lectures and homework. But you know, life goes on.
Unlike my bike's pedal, which after taking this picture broke in half after a sharp turn.
Regardless, I've been trying to have fun when I can because life is no fun without fun. All this week there has been festivities going on around campus because there's the yearly competition with POSTECH, the school I was also accepted to but turned down cause KAIST is best.
I didn't go to any of those festivities. However I heard them from my spot in the lab. But on Friday I went to the Fall festival at Chungnam University, which is like a 20 - 30 minute walk from KAIST. It was like any other university festival really.
Lots of people, loud music, expensive food and drinks. Classic.
That was ok. Chilling with some friends was nice, but I couldn't stay very long. Reason being was that on Saturday, yesterday, I had plans to go to Seoul for the day to play some Magic. Yes, I know. I'm busy and poor but I still decided to make the trip out to Seoul.
Was worth it though. It was pre-release for Kaladesh and I always try to make pre-release. Despite it being an expensive ten hours in Seoul, it was really fun. And despite not doing very well in the tournament, and opening garbage, I had a good time.
My prize pack was cool though, two dark (misprinted) cards.
Wish I could've stayed longer though. But I ended up deciding to forgo the Sunday in Seoul and instead went back to Daejeon Saturday night. Missed some StarCraft action but I really do need the time to work, so alas, went back to the lab today.
In the last few years I've felt like I can manage my time and work load well. I hope this sticks true for this year too!