You know how some people have loads of presence and some have very little presence? I think I belong to the lower end of the spectrum, and I’m pretty good at fading into the background (without meaning to). O.o which is not really a good thing lolol.
This year is like the complete opposite of last year. If last year I did all I can to bring Korean to all aspects of my life, then this year I’m doing the opposite.
Like all other things in life, there is always a good and less good way of viewing things. To put it nicely, I’m exploring other things outside of Korean and to learn and grow more. Or you can say that I’m just screwed up and being lost and abandoned my dreams.
I’m actually pretty happy about things being the way they are now (: putting some time and distance helps. ^^
I’ve reached somewhat a plateau in Korean learning. There’s so much more to learn but I get stuck in the comfort that i can understand Korean media and whatever i need to. There isn’t a motivation to improve.
Still trying to find a way to overcome it but recently I’m starting to miss reading books like 전우치 which I think is a good sign.
It feels like many people around me have “moved on” from Korean / kpop and what not, and sometimes I get the illusion that I’m being left behind…
Have you guys felt that way before?