Gretta at Simmons Hardware store Jeonpo-dong, Busan. I approached the wool-hat girl and asked her for a photo so I could paint her. – Hi, excuse me, could I take a picture of you? – Hahahaha She laughed at me. I thought it was because of my thick spanish accent, but later, she told me it was because she always laugh when she´s nervous. I showed her my Instagram so she could see that I´m an artist and not someone who´s trying to flirt clumsily. She pointed a work that I painted with a very strong light. Her mother, whom is from Korea, wanted to name her -Myeong-suk- that means pure light, but her dad, a Danish man living in London, didn´t like the idea. Finally she was named Grette. I wanted to joke about it and I asked her if she was living in a chocolate house with Hansel, but she didn´t find it funny. LOL. We had some rice liquor shots and started talking. The story about her mum´s family was tough, she didn´t want to go into detail but recommended me a book, “Grass”. I felt my lips dry because of the mask, so I took my lip balm. In Spain they sell them with some Agatha Ruíz de la Prada illustrations. Her eyes lighted up. She approached me, dumbfounded. I thought she was going to kiss me! OMG! But she wanted the lip balm because she collects lip balms, and that Spanish thing shoud be hers. She offered me a deal. She would pose for the picture in exchange for the lip balm. I considered it a good deal.