Photo of the day: Today when we went shopping I saw Red Velvet in Etude House so of course, as the resident kpop fanatic, I freaked out. Not really, but I did squeal a little and jump in excitement. Red Velvet is TALENTED. Now onto the normal required stuff (which I never really know what it is supposed to be about but I guess we are supposed to talk aboutthe camp and the living conditions)(Dang. That was a long parenthetical thingamabob.) (Yeah... I tend to get too distracted too easily.): Anyways, for my impression of the third round (because I’m running out of things to talk about) I actuall enjoyed it a lot. Yes, it was nervewracking but I enjoy having discussions about morals and all that stuff. Idk if it’s just me 🤷🏻♀️. (Then again, it cannot be just me because too many people do debate and whatnot.) At first I was confused as to why phones were bot allowed but I realized that it would give some an unfair advantage if they had a better or faster connection. I’m rambling so let’s move on to the next topic: life in the camp. For this post I will focus more on the food aspect of the camp. I enjoyed it. It was a new and foreign system to me when I first saw it but soon the system made sense and I was wondering why we didn’t adopt it. By reusing utensils and trays, a lot of waste is saved and less plastic is thrown away. I am curious as to what they do with the food in the trash can, whether they compost it or just throw it away. It’s probably the latter since separating non compost materials and compost is hard. Actually, it was a stupid question to begin with. Whatever.