14-Day Celebration of South Korea

Ok, because yesterday I said “Oh, today you have to have a hug, today is Hug Day” jokingly to my friend and being responded with puzzled expression, I have just realized that it’s not a world-wide celebrated event, ahaha.   I feel inspired somehow to make a post about this. These random, couple-y celebrations are something … Continue reading

General South Korea Travel Advice

(Answer for question from Mr. I from my high school)

Happy New Year

Last week (23 January) South Korean celebrated their Lunar New Year (Seollal). The date  is the same with the Chinese New Year (that also celebrated in Indonesia). How I miss my Kue Keranjang (Lit: Basket Cake, or Nian Gao for the original Chinese one) For South Korean, after Chuseok (Korean’s Thanksgiving), this holiday is the … Continue reading

Creamy Goodness

Have you ever heard that you must battle heat with heat and cold with cold? Anyway, I do think that it is happened not only in South Korea (I think countries with four seasons?), but in the winter, you can buy half-prized ice cream. Being this stingy frugal self, even in my hometown I rarely … Continue reading

Maeil vs Banana Uyu

The thing that I quite take a notice is that somehow South Koreans  love their milk. I think it is because milk is good in those time when you feel very hungry but not yet ready for meal. Talking about milk, looking at the stalls in the supermarkets and Daejeon University student’s milk breakfast, I … Continue reading