Haha, right after I wrote that post yesterday, I now have a dream I can remember! It's gonna be spotty though, so bear with me.
The situation was scary. I believe I was in Korea, but the subway system was the SkyTrain system in Vancouver. Someone or some group had taken over the controls for the cars, and they were going to make the passengers cross the North and South Korean border. It was a for sure that the passengers were going to die, and my sister and I were in one of the cars, along with a few of our friends. For some reason, my sister was calm and not at all scared or worried about what was going to happen whereas I was panicking and crying. At one point, the transit cars stopped and a few people got out. A couple guys jumped down onto the tracks, went under the cars, and tried to escape from the other side of the train, and I followed, but we were caught: the transit workers didn't want us to get away. When we were close to the border, I just hugged my sister and I told her I loved her and over again. We were *just* about to be killed, when I woke up.
First of all, there is no subway system that would cross the Koreas's border. Second of all, it seemed like the train wasn't on tracks in my dream: it was just suspended [really high] in the air, kind of like the bullet train in Japan. And lastly, I'm pretty sure I woke up crying, but I can't be sure...I think I woke up during the dream once, and then when I went back to sleep, the dream continued, which hasn't ever happened to me before. Anyway, I also think I felt a wet spot on my blanket when I turned over to go back to sleep because of my tears, so I probably did cry in real life. Hm.