I was out at one of my little elementaries in the middle of no where, and I'd just finished teaching my last class of the day, and the computer was shutting down after doing updates. I'd gone down to the staffroom to wait for my car-pool person to finish. We were talking, and she was in the middle of saving 2 pages she'd just finished adding to a document which were addendums. Mid-save -BOOM down goes the power. She was so worried about her file. We couldn't do a thing about it. The handy-men were running around the school checking all the powerboxes and were perplexed as to why the power went out.
I'm just thankful that the students were in Orchestra class at the time. Or there would have been screaming students as well as the female staff at the school.
Why do Korean women scream when lights go out? Its not like it was dark or anything.
On the way home, I received a 'public service' notice which read
[Emergency Management Agency Disaster Situation Room]
nationwide power outage occurred in some areas, please refrain from using the elevator and all nine devices"
Well... that's what Google Translate throws up when I put it into translate. I had a bit of a laugh and then headed home to find that my town wasn't effected by the powercut at all. So I was able to use the elevator to get up to my apartment... all the time praying that no power outage would occur while I was in the elevator.