I stared up at the tall brick building, my thoughts going crazy. I’m currently standing in front of Yongsan International High School, and I can’t convince myself to go in, for some reason.
“HEY!” I heard a voice shout from behind me. I slowly turned around, not sure if I was the person they were talking to, and saw a boy-about my height(5’10”)-making his way towards me.
The boy stopped in front of me, and took a few seconds to catch his breath. I watched the boy, and studied his features.
He had hair like mine-hangs right above our eyebrows- his skin was paler than mine, but not by much.
His eyes were a lovely mix of blue, green and purple, and I found myself unable to look away. “Are you by any chance Kim Taehyung?” He asked, and I nodded, making him smile brightly.
“I’m Kunpimook Bhuwakul. But you can call me BamBam. I’m the one who is supposed to be showing you around, until you get used to the school.
” I smiled shyly, and we began walking towards the building that I was just trying to convince myself to go into, not even 5 minutes ago.
“So where are you from?” BamBam asked, as we walked into the building and made our way to the main office.
“Daegu.” I said. “You?”
“I’m from Bangkok, Thailand.” BamBam said. We arrived at the main office, and I followed BamBam inside.
“Hello boys. How can I help you?” The lady at the front desk said, smiling up at me and BamBam.
“Hi. I’m Kunipmook Bhuwakul, and I’m here to help show the new transfer student: Kim Taehyung around to his classes.” BamBam indicated to me when he said my name, and the lady looked at me.
“Alright then.” She smiled. “Let me print off your schedule, and grab some papers for you, and then you can be off to your first class.”
The lady disappeared into another room-that I figured was the copy room-and a few moments later, she came back with a small stack of papers.
“Here you go. The top paper is you schedule, and the rest are just about upcoming events. Your locker number and combo are on the top of your schedule.
Your teachers will give you text books for the year, so you don’t need to worry about buying anything.” We thanked her, then made our way out of the office.