Three hours of sleep... Myung-Dae's nighttime routine of staying up late wasn't nearly as enjoyable as it had been before. Sure, he kept at it, partly in hopes that Akira would turn up again at night, like she did after returning from Lithuania, that night they'd first shared a kiss... But also he had been working hard at his transfiguration, eager to get improve his skills so that eventually he'd be able to turn into an animagus. The dark arts book he and Akira had shared was in her possession - he'd left it with her when he knew he was leaving, and now he no longer had it back. So he would need either to find where she might have stored it - provided she hadn't stored it in her trunk, in which case, it was unlikely he would find it - or to find another dark arts book, so that he could continue his nighttime studies once he had become an animagus, again, provided he succeeded. So trudging up the ladder to the Divination classroom was the last thing he really wanted to do, even if he had a feeling that this class would involve more sleep, which he wasn't the least bit opposed to this morning.
Entering the classroom, he found a comfortable back seat with an unoccupied desk next to it, pulled out his dream journal - which contained nothing more than doodlings and drawings of snakes, badgers being eaten by snakes, and plenty of crossed out sentences, phrases, and incantations he'd jotted down idly as he mused over how to best his enemies - especially Jace and Vox. Magically removing many of these with his wand, knowing that even though he hated this subject and thought it was a load of dragon dung he still needed not to get in trouble for carelessness, he came across an incantation he and Akira had been working on before he left. Sectumsempra. It was scrawled across the margin of the page in tiny writing, but Myung-Dae wouldn't risk getting caught with this either. So, erasing it with his wand, he thought about how he wished he'd used it on Windsor the day he'd returned in the common room. Sure, using dark magic wasn't allowed at Hogwarts, and if nobody else would have ratted him out, he's sure that pathetic excuse for a wizard would, but it was certainly a temptation. For now though, Myung-Dae just thought about the incantation over and over again, staring blankly at the blank page of parchment sitting before him, freshly purged of the incriminating words that would show that he practiced dark magic.