Seraph! Before I met her, I wondered who Seraph was. She made a reservation immediately at Jeju Pilgrim House without a question. When I met her, I asked her how she could book without a question. Seraph said only reviews were enough. I was thankful to her for that. And I hoped the result would come up to her expectations. Seraph is brave enough to travel alone. She loves Korea. Her Korean skills by self-study are something of a surprise. She can read and write Korean, not to speak of speaking Korean. And there are some pen pals in Korea. Seraph already took a trip to Gwangju, and came to Jeju. And then she will visit Busan, Daegu, and Seoul. During the stay at Jeju Pilgrim House, Seraph mostly stayed in the living room except for sleeping. She stayed comfortably as if in her house. She got the travel information, and made travel plans at the living room table. She already bought a travel book on Korea in Australia. Taking turns reading travel guides on Jeju at Jeju Pilgrim House, she made the next day's travel schedule meticulously. Seraph was also good at managing time and schedule. Her colorful pens, stickers, stationery were amazing. She loves nature and taking pictures. I can never forget how much Seraph loved the travel on the second day, looking together at the pictures of the visiting place. On the third day, she was afraid of riding a scooter in U-do travel. But she cheerfully told us that she enjoyed traveling in U-do by scooter. And so we were cheerful. Returning to the house, she bought a few kinds of bread for us as a gift. The bread was really delicious. On the fourth day, she got back from seeing Jusangjeolli, O'Sulloc Tea Museum, the sunset at Hyeopjae Beach. She really had a good time. There was a gift of cookies, hand-made soap, and snacks(made in Australia) on the kitchen island table in the house. That made us feel her warm heart. Seraph had many experiences in travel, so she knew how to travel. If we travel next time, we will make use of what we learned from Seraph. Many thanks for Seraph during her stay, such as turning off the lights, washing a cup clean after drinking tea, keeping clean and tidy at the check-out time. Her parting words were so touching. "I really thank you for becoming my Korean Mom and Dad. When I come again to Jeju-Island, shall I live with you?" And then she never forgot to say "Be sure to come to Brisbane in Australia." We can never forget Seraph. How will we forget a warm-hearted loving lady like Seraph?