when i was back in korea for a week last month it got me wondering (which doesn’t happen very often, btw) how my life would’ve turned out if my family never left korea to begin with. what i’d be doing this very moment. to be honest it never crossed my mind i will ever go back to korea for good but seeing some of my friends, a tck like myself, assimilating so seamlessly into their new life in korea got me wondering maybe it’s not as bad as everyone makes out..
너무 푸짐하고 맛있었던 오후정.
이건 너무 춥잖아아아.
아기자기 이쁜 샵들이 많았던 서래마을.
배드파머스, 들어오자마자 건강해지는 느낌.
we came a long way for you tiramisu latte.
너무 일찍가 문안열어줬던 카페, one in a million.
i was probably the only one in the entire country with exposed toes.
i could’ve easily spent the whole day here at hyundai travel library.
i wonder how my hair will look when i’m in my 60s.
perfect coffee break before dinner at 정자동 cafe street.
yes, i only brought one shoes.
brunch with a view at 세상의 모든 아침.
although it couldn’t compare, this pancake got me thinking of ricotta hotcakes from granger & co in london.. what i’d do to have that again!
cafe trucks along the street of 여의도.
koreans are so kind. IV for the tree and all.
korea have the coolest yogurt delivery carts. like no joke.
제일 맛있었던 meal. 감사합니다.
possibly the best shot from this trip..
venturing out into the frigid morning…
it’s been a long time and i feel like i say this every time i update a new post these days.. but seriously i’m realizing how valuable it is to have the luxury of time to be able to do what you genuinely love doing and the importance of finding the time to do that in the midst of all the craziness that life throws at you every. single. day.