Category: Spring 2019

K-Pop Shenanigans: Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of Kpop Shenanigans, a never ending cycle of events, especially if you stan a lot of groups! As mentioned in my previous post, we’ll be diving into the world of fansigns today! What is a fansign you may ask? It’s exactly what it sounds like: an album signing for fans with ...

Woah, we’re halfway there

Midterms week is here and while studying has definitely been on my mind, another thing on my mind is how this event has officially marked the halfway mark of the term. I must say though, in no way does that mean I am a pro at navigating through Korea. There are still so many instances ...

Eating Your Way Through London: Camden Market

As I stated in my previous “Eating Your Way Through London” post, London is home to many, many markets. Each with their own character, it is a goal of mine to visit all the markets that I possibly can during my time abroad. With Borough Market already crossed off the list, I decided to visit ...

K-pop Shenanigans: Part 1

If you are a fan of the k-pop music industry, then attending a k-pop event is a must! Even if you are not a die-hard fan for any particular group, I would still suggest trying to get into a show and see how it is all done behind the scenes. You never know! You might ...

Holidays Away From Home

Have you ever spent a holiday away from home or your family? I have before, but it can be difficult, especially if it is your first one. Not everybody can say that they’ve experienced a holiday in another country! I viewed this opportunity to celebrate in a new culture as an exciting challenge. We started ...

Fighting Homesickness

After the dust begins to settle and the craziness of moving to a foreign country winds down, it becomes easy to start feeling a little homesick. As someone who had always lived at home with my parents, it was a huge leap to studying abroad for 4 months. Here’s the thing about moving out for ...

Preparing for Midterms

I can’t believe midterms is in two weeks already. It feels just like yesterday when I got on a plane to come to Korea. These weeks have been passing faster than I could have imagined. This might have something to do with the fact that my classes aren’t really work-heavy and that I made my ...