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Hey. The title says it all.

There are a lot of things I’m itching to get off my chest, but I’ll refrain from saying it on this public place.

As for the things I can say, I’m probably going to spend the whole day tmr on language therapy.

Just studying Japanese and Korean and doing things I LIKE.

Too bogged down by negativities these days.

Dramas on my plate are God’s Quiz, MOZU and Doctor’s Stranger.

Rewatched Nodame the other day and ohman Ill nv get sick of it. Super love the relationships in that drama, where people are truly supportive and sooooo much positivities.

I’m half scared to watch the upcoming Korean version. x.x Seeing what they did with bof and playful kiss, I have no confidence anymore.

Anyway I don’t have time for dramas.

Need to spend some time learning about photography too ^^

Are you guys v busy too? I seldom hear from you all anymore. Leave a comment? (:

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    Arjun Moore
    16 May, 2014 at 10:26 PM

    Hi Shanna,
    What novels do you recommend for someone trying to read their first novel in Korean and Japanese. Also is Korean class 101 a good place for intermediate to advanced students. Lastly I’m very busy these days trying to Juggle school with Japanese and Korean is very hard i guess i need some “language therapy” too.

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      Hangukdrama
      20 May, 2014 at 10:21 AM

      mmm Korean I would think any drama novels will be good! For Japanese, try reading teen romance novels 😀 The last time I used Korean class 101 was wayyy back in 2008, so I can’t tell. But if you are intermediate to advanced, I think you should just read more (novels/articles). Even if you are looking for lesson materials, books should be better for you? (:

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    estar
    21 May, 2014 at 3:31 AM

    yes, busy! have neglected my feedly for weeks. am currently reading The Little Prince in Korean and trying to do grammar study on the subway. keep blogging! i love your slices of life, the good and the bad. as for photography, maybe you could start a photo postcard swap? i used to do these in the past. you just glue some cardstock to a photo you’ve taken and mail it off as a postcard. you send one, you receive one from someone else.

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