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  • and I don't know what to call this video.

  • He's leaving, believing he has to go because it's like he it's true and he needs to leave.

  • Needs to leave.

  • People will be like He's leaving me because it's like it's true or you could You could make it It's not Click break in the 1st 10 seconds we did break whatever.

  • Go.

  • Got some explaining to do.

  • Hello?

  • Got some?

  • Uh, I'm leaving.

  • Emma, you're leaving me for a month and 1/2 and then coming back and things will be fine.

  • I'm leaving you for I would have So some situations have happened which has now led up to Eric leaving for Seoul.

  • So I'm just going to go live in Seoul from under the Hulk.

  • And we took what?

  • Going to Seoul, Emma Skulls and visa problems.

  • Yeah.

  • So Visa problem.

  • Busy M Instead of going back to America, I'm going to sell.

  • Yes, gives it's cheaper to go to Seoul and live in Seoul for mum in off.

  • That is to fly back to America.

  • What's a ticket back to the middle of America caused its sluggish over Grand Ray.

  • Yeah, it's like over 1000 us.

  • Or maybe 900 to 1?

  • Yeah, not have you.

  • 12 Korea.

  • So the flight is like, What is it?

  • US?

  • $75?

  • 75 U.

  • S.

  • Dollars.

  • And your baby is like $200 for a month.

  • They got free rice.

  • Yeah, it's gonna live on rice.

  • Be cool.

  • And the fine.

  • Mostly.

  • Alright.

  • Loose.

  • Anyway, I think he could.

  • Not a lot of us anymore.

  • Can we talk a little bit about how plans have changed?

  • Let's start at the university you graduated from.

  • Okay?

  • Yes, I say where I went.

  • Yeah, I think so.

  • I went to school in Shinjuku, named Lakeland University.

  • It's an American university in Japan.

  • Yeah, it's an associates college in Japan, so you could only get an associates degree, but it's a pretty cheap college to go to for an associates degree, and they have the same like professors that teach it better.

  • Universities who also teaches there part time.

  • You get the same teachers for less price.

  • And so if you want to do a full degree, it's cheaper to go for like, two years getting associates.

  • That and then go to a different university.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay, So you went to Lakeland and he graduated, and the plan was top of money.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Tell me everything.

  • Write help of what?

  • I had the highest GPA and of that graduating year.

  • Amazing.

  • Hey, guys.

  • Just for safety reasons, from this point on, I'm gonna be censoring the university names, but the plan was to transfer to to study engineering.

  • Yeah, but there was some school.

  • Is that you didn't have that you were quiet for the entrance, That they didn't really say.

  • We're quiet.

  • If you just wanted to go for a regular course, Uh, my S a T scores were, like, eight years old or something.

  • I took him back in 2011.

  • They would have accepted those for the regular course, but because engineering is so specified, they're like, OK, you need space like special s A T scores.

  • Like you need to take a physics snt and Mathis 80 like, thes different ones.

  • Or you need to have an up to date a C T score, which I don't have.

  • And I could only find this out after calling them because their application online wasn't working.

  • So they hold those tests in Japan once a year.

  • Yeah.

  • So I see you.

  • Is it testing location of the International Christian University?

  • So they're qualified to host like S A.

  • T s and a CT.

  • Yeah, so I'll be going to them.

  • But because I couldn't get into university because of these reasons, Like, let's go to Yes, I already got accepted.

  • Yeah, in 2012 17 2017 20.

  • Told.

  • Sorry.

  • Toy talk was when I took my s a t.

  • Yeah, Tony.

  • 17.

  • Um, yeah, I got accepted in 2017 but said no, because Lakeland was cheaper.

  • And then now that I reapplied didn't accept me for reasons.

  • Way Can't really say what the reasons are just because they're a little complicated and mm, stupid.

  • Like they completely out of control.

  • Yeah, like, basically, I'm not gonna go because I didn't get in.

  • And when I went to talk to them, I kind of learned that they weren't really looking to help me at all.

  • You just said no.

  • And I was just like, really we can't talk about it all.

  • And they said no.

  • So I said, OK, goodbye.

  • And that's basically it.

  • Yeah.

  • There's nothing I can do.

  • They won't listen to me at home when I want to talk to you.

  • We probably could have fought this if we hired a lawyer.

  • Yeah, like, you know, you are in the right.

  • Yeah, but, you know, we could have got to it, but I want to go to a school that I had to fight them on to get in.

  • Yeah, like, I don't want to go to a school that is so bent on saying no to me that, like, I forced my way in And then from then on, like the relationships not good between me and the school, I don't want that.

  • I'm just gonna focus.

  • I'm going toe school for engineering.

  • So, you know, go to a language school now.

  • So luckily, good friend of ours helped us a very last minute.

  • On the final day at six PM, there was one school left in Tokyo accepting students still So the October cement stone and we submitted an application.

  • And then you went the next day with everything you like, please.

  • And I showed them my stuff.

  • And then I showed them, like, my gp a my work ethic and all that right now, Alex, on a tourist visa.

  • So when we got back from Australia, came back on a tourist visa because they didn't have after you finished university?

  • Yeah.

  • So the month that I graduated, I got an email from my student advisor saying, Just so you know, we have notified immigration of your graduation, and at the end of this month, your visa will be invalid regardless of the expiry date on your card.

  • So it doesn't matter if you get caught and they look a pure number.

  • Even if it says it's good until 2020 on your card, they're gonna say you're here illegally and they're gonna deport you.

  • So I had to leave, and then we went to Australia.

  • Yeah, it was perfect timing.

  • I think so.

  • Yeah, We was great.

  • I got my visa.

  • Like what?

  • The day before we went to Australia, we went to Australia.

  • You canceled your visa and he like hole punched my residence card and he was like souvenir.

  • Just like one thing that we did to be safe was book to flight out of Japan when you can have a tourist visa.

  • So we booked a flight to Korea at the end of all most of the end of the three months of the visa.

  • So you had a way out of Japan.

  • So you came back on tourist visa, and then now Eric has been able to work or study or do kind of anything.

  • Um, it's illegal.

  • So he's been hanging out about Yeah, it's been terrible.

  • Has just been me sitting in my room watching YouTube videos and getting sad.

  • Yeah, because I have no direction.

  • Yeah, it's just waiting.

  • Yeah.

  • Um, but yeah, I should you hear back about my visa state status, like it's called a CEO.

  • A certificate of eligibility.

  • Yeah.

  • Um, I should hear about that either Mid October 2.

  • August.

  • I mean, sorry.

  • Mid August to early September.

  • Yeah.

  • So we booked a flight back mid September, which the school said should be safe.

  • So I'll be living alone for a month and 1/2 but I'm coming to see him on the start of September birthday, and I'm hanging out with Emily.

  • Emily?

  • Yeah, I got some friends going to visit, but also yeah, when we booked the flight in Australia, booked it for 1 a.m. At the time.

  • Okay, so we booked it for 01 41.

  • 55.

  • Yeah.

  • And I knew it was 1:55 a.m. And I remember talking about it being like I remember being like It's pretty, Ellie.

  • Um, well, just like screw it, just book it.

  • We just need to fly out.

  • So the flight was on at, like, two in the morning on a Thursday s a Wednesday night.

  • We had just gotten back from a restaurant, chilled out of bed and at, like, midnight.

  • I was just looking at the information to know.

  • Okay, when do I have to leave?

  • Tomorrow.

  • Around noon.

  • Second at the airport at one.

  • And I noticed that on the website.

  • When you select a drop down, it's in milk.

  • It's it will not military time, but, like 27 24 hour clock.

  • So I was like, No.

  • And I looked at the you know what it said.

  • 01 55 was like, Hey, uh, is the flight for two in the morning instead of 2 p.m. And you're just like it's like we should have left for the airport an hour ago, but rebook the flights still good.

  • Now you're leaving.

  • Oh, tonight Yeah.

  • Ah, yeah, I forgot for a second.

  • Yeah, getting me?

  • Yes.

  • It's like I'm gonna Not only am I leaving to go to a country where I don't speak the language like when I first came here, but I'm not gonna have a guide who kind of speaks a little bit of Korea.

  • Like when I had yeah to help me out.

  • So, yeah, that's pretty much the whole story.

  • Um, maybe I'll make some very updates on what it's like living alone again.

  • I'm scared of nighttime.

  • I'll be okay.

  • Probably cool you.

  • It's the first time we will be long distance with big thing at the same time, man.

  • Long distance at different times into the West.

  • Okay.

  • Anyway, let's spend the rest of the evening getting pretty.

  • So that situation thank you for coming for the update.

  • And I will be posting solo videos of me living alone to YouTube cry.

  • Oh, no, I probably have a good time, but just not in the evening.

  • Killer scared just only at McDonald's.

  • Oh, okay.

  • To say Hey, stop that.

  • I think searching eyes.

  • I went to a Jonah.

  • I don't think I'll have the intruder.

  • No todo Thanks, guys, for watching, um, sick about Eric.

  • Excited about them.

  • I'll see you interview Revelation.

  • I'll see you.

  • Uh, I'll see you later.

  • Okay.

  • Good bye.

  • Bye.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/30
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