A mother on a flight from Seoul to San Francisco was reportedly so worried that her 4-month-old child would disturb other passengers, gave them peace offerings in advance of any inconvenience.
The unknown mother gave a distance of more than 200 small bags with Korean candy, earplugs and a note apologizing for the time, for the only cry on the 10-hour flight, according to passenger Dave Corona, that photos posted on Facebook.
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“Today, I go to the USA with my mother and grandmother to see my aunt,” the note read. “I’m a bit nervous and scary (sic) because it was my first flight, which means that I can cry or make too much noise. I will try to go quietly, but I can’t promise anything… excuse me.”
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Corona described the gesture as “very touching,” adding “if you know when you have kids, expect the unexpected.”
He did note, however, despite the advanced warning there was “not a peep out of the child.”