One Mount Korea

As most of my friends and family know, I am highly fearful of all non-human living things. (I know I know I'm weird.) I love them, and I absolutely enjoy visiting zoos and aquariums where there is a barrier between them and myself (plus, I don't eat meat!), but personal contact just ...

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Suwon Hwaseong Fortress, Korea

Annyeonghaseyo! I can't tell you how many times people stop me on the streets or malls in the Philippines to ask me if I'm Korean, or to simply greet me with Annyeong! Even Koreans themselves mistake me for one of their own by asking for directions (I assume) and all that. I ...

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Jet Set Go

Oh, to travel. It's become quite a hobby of mine these days, and very thankfully so. I'm really excited and fortunate to be able to share with you just exactly what I see and experience in different countries. In fact, my blog is slowly transitioning itself into becoming more lifestyle and travel ...

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Well in White

It's a big no-no in Chinese tradition to wear an all white outfit on a normal day. That's because the Chinese are very particular with colors and symbolisms- so, while red is the color for celebration and joy, white is the color for mourning. Because of that, I never really played with ...

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New Cut

When I was younger, my mom insisted on cutting my hair every other month- which kept it at a relatively short length for a while. I was desperate to have looong shiny locks like my favorite Disney princesses, so I detested salon visits and thought of them as dream crushers. (Harsh child ...

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