Hello, everybody! It’s been a really long time since I’ve last posted anything. I’ve been meaning to post my travel photos from South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Japan, but I have started my final year in university this semester and it’s been super busy with graduation applications and group projects, not to mention I’ve recently started two jobs as a sushi restaurant hostess and a student assistant for the California State University International Programs. Plus, it’s been so hard getting back into the blogging scene after taking such long breaks. It’s not that I don’t enjoy blogging and communicating with my readers and fellow bloggers but rather that I’ve developed a habit of not being active. I keep telling myself that I need really get my A-game on again, but it’s so easy to forget, especially with all these things going on. I’m trying to get back in the game, so please bear with me! I will try to edit and post photos on a rolling basis so please look forward to seeing them!
Hello, everybody! If you read my last post (here), you’ll know I went to the D Museum to check out its Plastic Fantastic exhibit. On my way back, I stumbled upon another art gallery titled “D Project Space.” Continue reading “D Project Space”
Hello, everybody! I just now realized that I never finished this blog post! Anyways, my friend gave me tickets to see an exhibit at the famous D Museum. The exhibit, titled “Plastic Fantastic,” showcased the versatility of plastic in our everyday lives through a series of contemporary art. Continue reading “D Museum: Plastic Fantastic”
Hello, everybody! It know it’s been weeks since my last post; sorry about being missing in action! I’ve been spending time with family and getting settled into my new home in South Korea. This week, I moved into SK Global House and started orientations for my study abroad program. I took lots of photos to share with you all, but unfortunately, I just found out that the files were corrupted. However, I do have a video I put together from my travels between San Francisco International Airport and Incheon International Airport. I hope you enjoy it! Continue reading “Travel with Me: SFO to ICN”
Hello, everybody! Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while or know me personally may know that I will soon be leaving home to begin my life abroad. If you are new here, I will be attending Yonsei University in South Korea for a year starting this fall semester. As a student currently enrolled in San Jose State University, I applied for Yonsei’s student exchange program through the California State University International Programs organization. I guess you could say I embarked on this journey seven months ago with applications and research, along with other aspects of the study abroad process, but I can’t believe that in a few weeks, I will be leaving my home in America and returning to South Korea – the country of my birth and heritage.
Continue reading “Embarking on My Study Abroad Journey”
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Hello everyone! Do you remember when I mentioned in a Face Mask Friday (blog post here) that I would be announcing some big news around April? Well, I received a few notifications earlier on Thursday, so I’m able to share the news with you all today: I’m going to Yonsei University! Continue reading “Big Announcement Reveal”