Design student currently studying in Seoul

After classes, Yoan and I went for some chicken and noraebang. This is the nth time that I’ve confirmed my lack of singing skills.

Also Yoan and I are almost the same person but not, if that makes any sense. I also believe the option of being a rapper is still possible. #dreams

Nostalgic Korea.

This was somewhere near the MMCA. I don’t know what the place is exactly called but if you walk towards the folk museum across the street you’ll run into this gem of nostalgic momentos and replicas.


[intense people watching]

Thought Dump

  • When you’re in a place long enough you begin to act like the people who live there.
  • The cute guy in my Contemporary Art class is 27 years old and it both surprises me and doesn’t. 
  • My thighs wrecked my Gap jeans 6 months too early.
  • Souvenirs shouldn’t be such an obligation.
  • Sticking with the same people establishes habits and habits lead to comfort. 
  • I didn’t realize I was such a nerd for Beenzino until I stood inside a store for the duration of his song.
  • I’m hanging with my new friend tomorrow and we’re going to pig out on chicken and nerd out at an expensive eyewear store.

Some photos of our faces for a change.

Jonathan and I spent most of the day at the MMCA and explored the areas surrounding the museum. It was a pretty chill day and it was nice being able to hang with someone who I can comfortably sit through silences with. I also had the best macaroon in my life and I have bookmarked that cafe in my heart forever. Also, my hair is very uncooperative and I just can’t sometimes.

Today’s adventure post includes the MMCA building and Do Ho Suh’s pieece Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within.

Appreciation post for the 일본짬뻥 (Japanese Jjamppong) at a place in Sinchon whose name I can’t remember but is something close to “Nippon Nae…” It’s a fusion place on Sinchon’s mainstreet so it can be found easily if you look up since the restaurant is on the second story of its building. We ordered ‘Set B’ which included two 짬뻥 (Italian and Japanese Jjamppong pictured above) and a pizza. The set also included an ‘Ade’ - grapefruite, mango, etc. 27,000 원.

Appreciation post for the 일본짬뻥 (Japanese Jjamppong) at a place in Sinchon whose name I can’t remember but is something close to “Nippon Nae…” It’s a fusion place on Sinchon’s mainstreet so it can be found easily if you look up since the restaurant is on the second story of its building. 

We ordered ‘Set B’ which included two 짬뻥 (Italian and Japanese Jjamppong pictured above) and a pizza. The set also included an ‘Ade’ - grapefruite, mango, etc. 27,000 원.

Spent Friday afternoon with Jackie and helped her shoot her ‘First Time Fridays’ video at Pop Container in Sinchon. Definitely a chill place to hang if you want to avoid the crowds. 

Also got a hair cut with Kristine earlier in the day and ended up putting my new do in a bun because of the ridiculous humidity.

Today’s visit to the Gyeongbokgung Palace.

Being stalkers in Hongdae last night. 

Parc Jae Jung