Another #notserious post. Korean CFs are 짱 (awesome). When I first came across Korean CFs a few years back, I was totally wow-ed by the quality and ‘feel’ of the commercials. They were very different from the commercials on Singapore TV, which I remembered being boring or overly cheesy. By the way, I haven’t watch
푸하하하하!!! I’m strangely happy that I finally found out what is the name of the slippers that are so common in Korea. I should have guessed. For those who don’t get it, it means ’3 lines slippers’. Ingenious. Dare I venture to say that almost all Koreans will have at least a pair at home?
It’s kind of interesting to compare the sights during rainy days in Seoul and Singapore. Here’s some interesting things I’ve seen. 1. Huge umbrellas during a slight, almost non existent drizzle Looked out of the window and see everyone on the street using their large umbrellas. Didn’t see any raindrops but thought I was just
Thanks to a tip-off from a Korean friend, I made a trip to Gangsong Art Museum located in Seongbuk-dong this afternoon. Gangsong Art Museum is the first private museum in Korea and it houses many priceless cultural artifacts of Korea. It is only opened twice a year, in Spring and Autumn, for 15 days each.
hehe I’m typing this in my syntax class now. oops I’m a bad student. I have been meaning to blog about this for ages: brushing your teeth after meals / in the morning etc in school. I’m very curious about how common is it to do so in your country / school. I started to
Today is actually the first day I spent some time watching tv in my room. The TV doesn’t work well in my previous place and I’ve been too busy to watch it in my new room! Found out about this programme when I was eating with my friend at a 분식집. SBS 오마이갓 (Oh My
Wow I was really really happy yesterday and I had loads of fun~! It was a day of meet-ups with friends that I’ve known in the online world, but not had the chance to meet them yet! The day started out at Gangnam, where I met Shawn for brunch. Shawn is a Korean that I’ve
I think this is an apt title for the series I will be writing about here~ I have so much to say of the culture of Seoul subways that I think I can write a book on it O.o In the first post of the series, I’ll be focusing on the bad/weird. I haven’t figure
Koreans almost always seem to order Americano When I asked my friend, he told me that’s because it’s the cheapest coffee drink O.o I was expecting a more interesting answer. 2. Koreans are fond / comfortable of body contact Mmm okay that doesn’t sound very correct but I don’t know how to phrase it. But