Gil Ra looked around trying to put on a good face and a bright smile.
This was supposed to be a second chance in life. But she couldn’t stop thinking about the past and what she had left behind.
Being abducted by aliens sounded so much like the title of a cheap sci-fi movie, and yet it had happened to her. That night, when she had decided she couldn’t take it any longer, the mocking, the loneliness and the feeling she had failed the only person that depended on her completely had become overwhelming, and that night she had decided to end it all.
She had left everything ready, no unfinished matters, no one to worry about her and surely no one to mourn her. And so, she had walked in the middle of the night, to the highest bridge she was able to find near the tiny room, she had been living in.
She walked out to the middle of the bridge unseen, or so she had thought . . . . . . . . . .
The way she showed the Asian woman’s submission to the man and/or the elders, was perfect. The importance of maintaining honor, which is so rooted in Asian culture, has been shown flawlessly.
I like how she showed the Asian behave about suicide. And the preparetion needed to commit suicide.
I’m looking forward for more