Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Thursday, April 19, 2012
|The same view as captured on 5,000 won. Only that the tree now bigger than before|
|Lady Shin on 50,000 won - Yi I's mother|
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
|Gyeongpodae the Pavillion|
|Gyeongpo Lake view from Gyeongpodae|
|My imaginary Yangban ..ahaks|
Thursday, April 12, 2012
It's been almost half of year since the “waiting clock” start to kick for Rain's fan. Celebrity is always celebrity; they can't run away from the camera lens and news about them even when they are at Military Service. But i guess
I may sound more like a mom rather than a fan when i read his latest news in army. Forgive me on that. It just my personal view and thought of that or maybe the first impression i got.
But when i read somewhere that he applied for a transfer to Public Relation department which most of the artists are placed to be an entertainer
However, when i saw his latest picture after been transferred to Public Relation Department
|My motel room - resting while watching 2Days 1Night|
- To ride Sea Side Train and stop at Jeongdonjin Station (The nearest Station to the sea in the world)
- Sandglass Park
- Gyeongpodae Pavillion
- Ujukheon House
- Cho-Dang Bean Curd Village
- Anmuk Beach
- Jungang Market
|Seaside Train : A special train (how special it is??? wait for my next entry)|
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
I had 3 weeks to travel at
But where to go? I need to be out from
I packed my heavy haversack on the early morning at Joam. Mr Keum my WWOOF host will send me to Joam bus terminal to catch the bus to
Bye – bye Joam. My Gangneung journey begins!!!
Wednesday, April 04, 2012
People who think their husband or wife is their perfect partner enjoy happier marriages, a recent study shows.
A research team led by Sandra Murray, a professor of psychology at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York, surveyed 193 couples, aged 27 on average, every six months for three years on their happiness in marriage.
The study, which was published in the April issue of Psychological Science, found that people who had married a partner whom they thought was their ideal type were happier with their married life than those who had not.
The researchers noted that while they could not estimate how long the high levels of satisfaction would last, those who married an ideal partner experienced no decline in happiness over time.
Article taken from email@example.com / Apr. 04, 2011 10:22 KST
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
I always got question from others “ How much you budgeted for your food?”. Frankly speaking, I never put an X amount for my food during my visit to South Korea. I do concern on how much I pay for my lodging, transportation and shopping but never do as food is concern. Food for me is something that equal to places I should visit during my stay at Korea. I eat what I want to eat and what I suppose to eat at South Korea. Besides the street food and raw seafood that I talk about at previous entry, I would like to share other Korean food that you can give a try and Insyallah for Muslim, it’s Halal.
Grill Seafood with the best Banchan ever @ Kui Kui, Yeoido
Miss Han is a frequent customer at Kui Kui Restaurant located at the ground floor of her apartment. And I naturally become a frequent too whenever I went to Seoul. I love their banchan or side dishes the most. Usually, they will serve not less than 4-5 banchan with our main dish which usually consists of spicy seafood soup and variety of grill seafood. We love to order Moli Fish. I don’t know what fish it is in English or Bahasa but it taste tender with fish fat (should I describe it like this?) which give a special taste. You might face a difficulty to order due to NO English translation on their menu .But they do display pictures of their menu on the wall and also display it outside the shop. Even, Wawa, Fidza and Syikin (my ex-office collogue) managed to order it in Bahasa Malaysia for their second visit…. Hahahaha
Price: 10,000 ++ Won per dish (per person)
Our favourite : Moli Fish
Spicy Octopus @ at Octopus Street, Gwanghamun
I never missed going to Gwanghamun area before. After the second trip, I realized that if I was there I can access to many sightseeing area that I luv to go by walking - Bukchon Village, Insadong, etc . And I never miss eating Spicy octopus dish at this area. Small octopus fry with spicy hot sauce and bean sprout and eat with hot rice…aghhh .. I wish I can describe the taste with a word!!! “Fight Fire with Fire” , yups Spicy octopus is the answer. And after having spicy food, cool down yourself at Cheonggyecheon Stream nearby. I bet even a king food can’t win this.
Price : 15000 – 20000 won
Spicy Octopus @ at Octopus Street, Gwanghamun
How to get there: Exit No. 5 of Gwanghwamun Stn., Seoul Metro Line No. 5. Find the Cheonggyecheon stream nearby. Follow the stream till you see a bridge and turn left to the alley full of small restaurants selling octopus. Octopus here, octopus there.. me, is everywhere.