I must have mentioned this before. I like to occupy space by stacking books all over the place. I have a few stacks on my bed (which I moved to my table and chair every night..), one on my desk, a few stacks on the floor, on other tables in the house and on my side of the sofa (I haven’t sit on the sofa for years – really).
It’s like I’m marking my territory lol.
This also shows how terrible I am, because I leave so many half-read books lying around. For every book I actually completed, there are probably 8 others I haven’t.
I was actually going to say that I’m quite cured of buying more books, but as I typed I remember the titles of books I wanted to get -___-
I’m listening to a 판소리 recording and I miss Korea ><;;
I guess I shall give up on blogging about the recent Korea trip because I’m so behind anyway I don’t remember what I did. I just remembered feeling like shit most of the time hahaha (physically).
I had a lot of memories in this cafe. The bad or 인상적인 kind. Thus, I went back to the exact seat this time. This time, I felt perfectly happy there. I guess time and circumstances do make a lot of difference.
I think I’ll make it a point to go back every time if possible (: In any case, I really like the view and feel of that place.
Sinchon. Also another place with lots of memories ^^ Of course, it has to be. I stayed there for 1.5 months during my first trip to Korea years ago. My first overseas trip too. I can still remember the ‘feel’ of that place, although I am actually quite sad that the place is forever evolving at top speed, it’s barely recognisable D: The 설빙 wasn’t there 4 years ago lol.
Another place with memories. Hence, I went out of my way to actually go back ^^ I realised I ate a lot of 초밥 during this trip lol.
I love their waffles – this is coming from a non-waffle person.
I can’t wait for the next time I’m back and it’s time to make new and better memories.