Eating My Way Through Seoul’s Vegan Festival

Seoul's 6th annual vegan festival was held this past Saturday, May 18th at Seoul Innovation Park near Bulgwang Station. I've been in Seoul for two years, but this was my first time in attendance. Because I was still flirting with a plant-based diet in 2018, the festival didn't seem as appealing as a free concert… Continue reading Eating My Way Through Seoul’s Vegan Festival

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[Story Time No. 3] – I Ain’t Your Personal Janet Jackson

If you remember, I wrote about a gig that I had to do for my first apartment's property manager back in early September. I swore then that I would never do such a thing again, but somehow, here I am. This time, however, I did go searching for this gig all on my own, went… Continue reading [Story Time No. 3] – I Ain’t Your Personal Janet Jackson

Jay Park All of Me Concert 2018

Ever since coming to Korea I might have had theĀ tiniestĀ obsession with Jay Park. I thought he was cute in Ryan Higa's Bromance video, forgot about him for a bit (sorry love!) and then rediscovered him (a grown and sexy version) in July of last year right before I returned to Korea. And turns out he… Continue reading Jay Park All of Me Concert 2018

Tips for Surviving Winter in Korea

If you're like me and you hate padded jackets, you're gonna stand out like a sore thumb (or, I guess, a slim thumb) because you don't look like a giant marshmallow compared to the rest of Korea. The good news is, you can still be warm and sleek without padding! Here's how I stayed warm… Continue reading Tips for Surviving Winter in Korea

Christmas in Korea

  "How was your Christmas, Carmen?" You might ask. Well lovely people, let's just put it this way: I was already pretty bummed that I only got Christmas day off from school and couldn't go home for Christmas. Then on Christmas Eve, I came down with a nasty bug that knocked me out until December… Continue reading Christmas in Korea