When she heard a sound that a train made, her eyes snapped open. The Korean girl looked around in confusion. ‘What in the world…? How is that even possible? Well, magic is how, but still…’ Sun-Hi thought as she heard steps behind her which told her that her parents had come through the magical barrier as well. Magic was truly everywhere. Though, she should have known that by now.
Walking closer to the trained that made a whistle sound, she saw the smoke coming from the chimney thing. As she looked at the train and its design, it looked like it was a steam train that was used back in the 1800’s. Her parents gave her hugs and kisses as her stuff got packed into the cargo area. The only thing that remained with her was her carry on.
Sun-Hi then departed her parents and climbed into the train. Once on it, she walked through, looking for an empty compartment. She wanted a spot where she could wave to her parents. After what felt like a half hour even though it was probably less, she found what she was looking for and quickly slid the door open. The Korean child then put her carry on, up onto a rack before sitting down by the window seat where she was easily able to see her parents who were smiling proudly at their daughter. She opened the window and looked at her parents.
“Saranghaeyo (I love you)!” The eleven-year-old yelled to her parents so they were able to hear her. She was lucky they were taking time out of their busy schedules to take her to the train station. Sun-Hi knew that whenever they had days off, they always spent time with her and for that she’d be forever grateful.
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