I went into the laundry room to throw a load in and when I tried to leave, I realized that Ian had locked me in. There is a window between the kitchen and the laundry room, but it was locked and I think it only tilts anyway. After unsuccessfully trying to get Ian to unlock it for about 15 minutes, I started yelling,"Help!" and "Security!" out the window. The Koreans did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING! Finally, a young boy came by with his dog. He looked American so I called down,"Do you speak English?" He said,"Yes." So I told him the situation and asked him to get security up here to let me out. He went to the security people who gave him the run around and he finally talked to someone who said he couldn't help because he didn't have the key. The doors have electronic locks and can be opened by codes as well. But the security guy didn't come to me to ask the code, he just walked away from the boy. I asked the boy to get his mom, which he did. I told his mother the code and she rescued me!
I am really angry about the lack of service in this apartment complex. They should have come to try to help. My only other option was to try to break the window. I had no cell phone. Curt is out of town.
The door to the laundry room has a knob to lock it from the outside and you can open it with a key from the inside. I have no idea where the keys are. I definitely need to track those down.
I have to add that no F bombs were dropped during this incident, a difficult task I assure you.