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KE8208 Korean Air to Seoul

I brought my 100-400 lens to the beach earlier as Anne-Claire and I ordered pizza from a new truck on the Esplanade. A few minutes ago I was looking at my idle captures, I zoomed in, and I realized I could see it was a Korean Air Boeing 747.

I looked it up among the LAX departures. It was a long haul headed to Seoul. It was more than half an hour late.

I don’t know. If I was to be in the air for thirteen and a half hours, I would be really upset about the delay. Or I would cherish half an hour longer on the ground. Or maybe I would not care.

I developed a strange attachment for this flight. Tomorrow morning I will check what time they landed. Maybe I won’t but right now I like to think that I will.

I am wondering who’s flying. Are they flying home? On a business trip?

Such a long time with a mask on, they must barely have a face when they arrive in Seoul. I barely had a face last time I flew to Italy.

I am not looking forward to any thirteen-hour flight.

But a thirteen hour drive, just give me a sign and I’ll be on my way.

Los Angeles + 13 hours, where would that get us?

Au revoir, Ă  Seoul.

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2 thoughts on “KE8208 Korean Air to Seoul

  1. Denise Nolan Delurgio says:

    I am so frustrated. I wrote a long comment 4 times, and it disappeared each time. The final was when I tried to find an URL that I could use. @#$%^&*()I played with your idea of driving 13 hours, and I want to tell you about my adventure.Can you give me a call at your convenience, any day after 11 am.Please leave a message because your number is ‘unknown, and I don’t pick those up.Thank you for sharing your talent with you NextDoor fansDenise Nolan Delurgio310-544-2652

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