There are several levels of proficiency in the ancient trade of stalking. At the beginner's level (the Tin League), the stalker is clumsy, too obvious, and will at the most get to see the object of admiration from a far distance. The results of stalking - I am assuming here that stalking is a means to an end and not an end in itself - get better in the Silver and the Gold League (where you may get an autograph or may be able to even touch the object of admiration).
|is this what he saw today? We will soon know. Maybe!|
How this applies to this current situation (Lee Jun-ki in Switzerland) is pretty obvious. Lee Jun-ki has been elusive ... he tweets, and then he's gone. He even tweets his pictures in the wrong order, as I was able to prove yesterday, most certainly to confuse the hunters (i.e. me). Knowing where he will go next would be Diamond League but also pretty darn impossible, unless you're a telepath (which I am not).
Knowing when he will fly back, however, is possible.
|Zurich Airport. Always a pleasure.|
Unless he already leaves Switzerland this Thursday... Nooooooo! Saturday is bad enough, because how are 9 days two weeks?! I quote: "Lee will travel in Zürich and Jungfrau for two weeks and introduce the nature and culture of the country". Lies! 거짓말! (thanks, Nice Guy, for teaching me this crucial Korean Word!). 9 days is 5 days short of two weeks!! Whoever wrote and released that statement should be severely punished: In Switzerland, we chocolate-feed people to death.
Will I be at their airport on Saturday?
Well. This is how this story turns into the "How-my-aunt-and-uncle-kept-me-from-meeting-Lee-Jun-ki"-story: This Saturday, it's my uncle's 73rd birthday. There's a large party. I promised to help with the preparations. And it's a temporary farewell, too, because my aunt and uncle will soon thereafter leave for Hawaii for 3 months. It was them that kept me from going to meet him at the airport when he arrived and it is them that keep me from seeing him off when he leaves.