I’m making another move in the future, and horrendously, this one is even more terrifying than moving overseas.
In a two part series, I write about how to make spending money internationally much easier by getting an International Bank Account in Korea.
My first exposure to Korean music was something that could (and should) have catapulted Korean music and the Hallyu Wave into the spotlight… but didn’t.
I’ve started job hunting and it’s not easy at all. Especially since I want to write, a notoriously difficult field to get into.
Since spring doesn’t seem to be making a sudden appearance, I decided to visit Drummond’s Sugarbush with my friend for a Very Canadian Experience.
Remembering the Tohoku Earthquake three years later, and how they still need our help. Please let the 3rd anniversary remind you of how you can still help.
In which I very awkwardly talk about how I’m going back to Canada after three years in Korea and the thought terrifies me.
Since Kiss Mes around the world are waiting for their “Only You” barcodes, here’s my U-Kiss Only You review. Spoiler alert: I love this album. A LOT.
Over the past few months, I’ve had the unfortunate opportunity to get an earful on domestic abuse in Korea. And the heartbreaking attempt to stop it.
Male fans, or fanboys, are always an interesting subculture of any fandom. There are those that are the cream of the crop though: the fanbros.
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