My 7 Favorite Korean Vloggers

I’ve previously posted on “My 5 favorite Korean Vloggers” and “My 5 favorite Korean study vloggers” (wow seems like I really like watching vlogs hehehe) 1. 클레어 Claire Twenty-something year old Lee Do Won is a medical student, the mother of a 2 year old baby, writer and YouTuber. She motivates her subscribers with herContinue reading “My 7 Favorite Korean Vloggers”

Nakajima Suisan Grilled Fish (Ngee Ann City) Review

REVIEW: 5/5 Nakajima Suisan Grilled Fish at Ngee Ann City (391 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238873), has been a go-to food outlet for my family for a few years now. Nakajima Suisan to me is the kind of the celebrity with so many charms that you’d like to be part of that small, special fanbase andContinue reading “Nakajima Suisan Grilled Fish (Ngee Ann City) Review”

Romand Juicy Lasting Tint 06 Figfig Review

Review: 5/5 I got the “Romand Juicy Lasting Tint #06: Figfig” tint a few days ago as a gift. It looks like this: I have lip tints and lipsticks of at least 5-6 different colors that I’ve received as gifts, but so far haven’t been able to find a color that really suits my preferences.Continue reading “Romand Juicy Lasting Tint 06 Figfig Review”

How it’s like being a Gen Z with no social media

I first set my foot into the whole other world of social media at age 13. It all began with a YouTuber, Bethany Mota, that my friends and I were fangirling over. We loved her aesthetically pleasing videos, fun and bright energy and her content about party ideas, make-up, healthy food and everything in between.Continue reading “How it’s like being a Gen Z with no social media”

Three Meals a Day of a Korean

Living in Singapore means being able to enjoy affordable and delicious food from many different countries. But some days, I just crave food from my home country. Here’s a little TMI post of the three Korean meals I had a couple of days back! Breakfast Clockwise: kimchi, ham& uh-muk (fishcake), myeol-chi (salted anchovies), gamja bokkgumContinue reading “Three Meals a Day of a Korean”

10 Things I Do on Self-Care Days

My days are usually sequences of events following to-do lists. Attend a uni lecture, participate in a uni tutorial, print lecture notes, file lecture notes, read notes before lecture, read notes after lecture, write lecture essays, zoom with project group mates. Most of my school days follow a routine largely founded on this structure, likeContinue reading “10 Things I Do on Self-Care Days”

Youth of May (2021 drama): Historical context

2021 KBS drama “Youth of May” is set to star two rising stars- actors Go Min Si and Lee Do Hyun. It tells the love story of Kim Myung-hee (Go Min Si) and Hwang Hee-tae (Lee Do Hyun) in the context of the 1980 Gwangju Uprising. This is not the first time a film/drama isContinue reading “Youth of May (2021 drama): Historical context”

Red Cuff of the Sleeve (2021 drama): Historical Context

Actor Kim Kyung Nam and actress/singer Park Hye Soo are in talks of starring in drama “Red Cuff of the Sleeve” some time in 2021. The historical drama is based on a novel of the same name written by author Kang Mi Kang, with the script written by Jung Hae Ri who wrote drama “TheContinue reading “Red Cuff of the Sleeve (2021 drama): Historical Context”