My Nana informed me that there is no point to this post. She said there is no context given to the text messages and therefore, who cares? I agree with her to an extent. Text messages are the most common means of communication for Korean youth, so for those who have never sent/received a msg., it gives a peak into the cell phone culture.
(the guy who insisted on wrapping my samgyupsal rolls.)
(Who's your favorite singer)"Thank you for your kindness last evening I want to know your name"
(At a restaurant, she was embarrassed
when her little boy walked over to show me
his pet snail in a jar.)
"Tonight I'm making chicken stew. All of a sudden I think about you. You must miss this in strange country, Korea. I'll make this for you someday."
(Chicken stew? Really?)
(See, told you I was a tomboy in Korea)
(a total misunderstanding!)