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How I Use Korean Webtoons to Study

One of the things I really prioritize with learning Korean is making sure it’s fun and enjoyable for me. I mean, it’s always fun because I enjoy learning the language, but when actively studying I want to do it with materials I find fun (of course with grammar lessons thrown in as well because we…

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Review: The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye by Sonny Liew

What was life after all, but a constant battle between our hopes and harsh reality? The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye is a graphic novel that follows a forgotten Singaporean comic artist. Charlie Chan lived through pre-independence Singapore and the move of Singapore from the “fishing village” it was to to the metropolis it…

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Summer Day Trip: Yeosu

Last summer, I found out about my summer vacation super late so I couldn’t book any overseas trips, but I did go to two cities on my vacation (I wanted to go to more, but I got sick at the start of my vacation and also it was so hot and humid, I only found…

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In Busan: Cherry Blossoms

Cherry Blossom season this year was pretty short because it rained the week after the flowers had blossomed, so we only got about less than three weeks to appreciate everything. Because of corona, the widely popular Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival was cancelled. Many other cherry blossom festivals around Korea were cancelled as well. Of course,…

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Books I Want to Read in August

I’ve been on a reading roll these past couple months and hopefully it continues into the next month. I’ve decided I want to focus on reading the ebooks I purchased on my Nook for the month of August. So here are the top books on my Nook that I’m excited to get to this month.

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Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag

Lately I’ve been reading a bit more than I have in the past year and a half and I’m excited about it! I’ve recently spent a bit more time on booktube again and I saw this “Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag” circulating around. Not sure if I’ll make an actual Youtube video about this,…

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Summer Day Trip: Daejeon

Last summer, I found out about my summer vacation super late so I couldn’t book any overseas trips, but I did go to two cities on my vacation. I wanted to go to more, but I got sick at the start of my vacation and it was so hot and humid at the time, I…

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Faces at The Bottom of the Well

“Black people are the magical faces at the bottom of society’s well. Even the poorest whites, those who must live their lives only a few levels above, gain their self esteem by gazing down on us. Surely, they must know that their deliverance depends on letting down their ropes. Only by working together is escape…

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In Busan: Hayden Sincere

Early in January, my friend and I decided one Saturday to go to a cafe after we did our medical tests for our renewal for EPIK. Well, she was planning to go and I just invited myself along. The cafe itself is kind of nestled up in the woods in this tiny little area. I…

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