Today is R U Okay Day. In honour of that, I share a little about myself and want to know how you all are doing as well.
The dead of winter sounds like a great time to visit the world’s biggest indoor/outdoor water park, right? It is when it’s home to great hot springs!
Turkey, good friends, and k-pop. When life throws you on the other side of the planet, you make your own traditions.
I decided to let my vacation sit in the hands of the tour guide gods. This was a bad idea.
My trip to Thailand was supposed to be a dream vacation during Chuseok. But I neglected to look into a few things…
My September article for Seoul Searching, and a teaser for my eventual write-ups for Thailand.
On my first “proper” vacation ever, I learn about the important lesson of taking time off to relax.
In case my bucket list couldn’t get any more destroyed, I was able to visit Itsukashima Shrine on Miyajima.
Take a princess of the sky, a cow herder, and a river of stars, and you have the makings of one of the most romantic holidays in the Asian calendar.
On the long weekend, we did as any rational person would do: We randomly got on a train to see where it would take us.
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