Thanks for your question! I explain about the origin of my blog’s name here in the About Me section! Basically, I try to make every day une fête (a party), no matter where I am or who I’m with. It’s about being able to find enjoyment in the little things in life :)
Episode #2 is already up on KUlture TV! Leave your comments, like, and subscribe to our channel for more Korean goodness!
The wait is finally over! KUlture TV is now live and so is our first video! Alexander and I introduce ourselves, the channel, and teach our first “lesson.” Make sure to like, share, and subscribe! Xx
Sincerest apologies for how late i’ve been about posting this! I’ve been really busy with setting up KUlture TV on YouTube and editing videos!
Anyways . . two weekends ago, I got to take part in a city project to plant trees in Seoul in order to reduce CO2 emissions. The pollution is horrible in Seoul (especially by my PNW standards) so I was more than a little excited to volunteer!
I’m so glad you’re enjoying my blog! Always good to know people are actually out there reading my stuff!
Are you coming to Korea University on exchange? I’m only here studying Korean language through the Culture Center so I’m not a part of KUBA, but I know some people who are!
Did you have a good poop today? I hope so because it’s an indicator of good health! I also hope you don’t just take my word for it and read this online article because we can all believe the internet right? Hint: if you didn’t get it already, I was being extremely sarcastic, but this is actually something that medical professional agree upon.
New post up tonight, and this one’s a feast for the eyes! If you want to know the moment it’s live, make sure to follow me on Instagram!
Apologies for such a lack of blogging. I don’t technically have wifi in my dorm room, but can usually get it as my room is near the router, but, lately, it’s been spotty at best. I’m currently writing this in one of my favorite coffee shops called Less is More (don’t ask about the strange name). All the coffee shops here have great super fast wifi like in the rest of Seoul, but I’ve been so busy with meetings, organizing these English speaking socials, AND studying that I’ve had no time to sit at a coffee shop and actually write.