I believe so! I love the fact that I don’t know their language and it forces me to try to communicate the best I can with single Korean nouns with a mixture of English.
I’m here in Korea for 4 days to attend the NAFF 2014, National Fantastic Film festival. Our project got selected for one of the events, the It Project. We get to meet potential partners and investors so it was really interesting.
I met new people, from different countries and it was amazing because they were all passionate people who loves film. I’m amazed at their knowledge and experience.
And going back to Korea, I think the people are very friendly and patient. There are those who can speak English and there are those who can’t. But they try their best to explain to you. It was pretty cool experience. Totally fish out of water and the alienation is at first weird but great.
Definitely looking forward to going back again. =)