Monday, June 25, 2018

a sudden change re: move-in day

This is often how it works in Korea: a change in plan will occur, and something that had originally been set to happen a month later will suddenly happen right now. I had been told that I'd be moving into my newer, nicer apartment sometime in July, but the rep at our company who is handling my move appeared today and told me that "[I] can move in starting tomorrow." He says I can take my time moving in, but I need to finish moving by the end of this week. I told him I'd be completely moved by Thursday; he said that would be fine.

So now, I've suddenly got to find boxes, pack up, and move my shit over to the new place. Boxing up small items shouldn't be a big deal; our garbage station in the building's B1 basement level has plenty of cardboard boxes (some skankier than others). Moving my bed and my fridge, on the other hand, will be a pain in the ass unless I can finagle a hand truck from someone. I'll talk to our concierge tonight.

1 comment:

  1. Congrats on the early move! At least you won't have to go far.



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