Yesterday, Hubby and I went grocery shopping at Homeplus. To make it a little more fun, I gave him a shopping spree challenge. He could pick anything he wanted and should be back to turn the stopwatch off within thirty seconds. I promised to pay everything he would grab without question. He ran quickly towards… Continue reading Love at the Grocery Store
당신이 태어난 오늘... 오늘의 주인공은 당신인데 왜 내가 더 기쁠까요? 당신과의 만남이 내 인생에 가장 큰 행복입니다... 당신의 삶속에서 함께 있을 수 있음을 진심으로 기쁘게 생각합니다... 앞으로 더 많이 사랑하고 더 많이 아끼며 당신 곁을 지키겠습니다... 이 세상에서 하나 밖에 없는 가장 소중한 당신의 생일을 진심으로 축하합니다... 여보, 사랑합니다...
I can't believe it's been 9 years since I became a certified Ajumma. It feels as if it was just yesterday that my husband and I met; and now we're celebrating our 9th year as a 부부 (bubu: married couple)! Just like in the past years, we celebrated it with nothing grand. Since our special… Continue reading Happy 9th!🥂
When I was young, I had fought a battle against acne. It was a constant source of embarrassment and frustration in my teenage years. It severely affected my self-confidence and self-esteem. Every time I got bullied because of my skin problem, I acted cool and pretended that I wasn't hurt, but I cried myself to sleep every night. There was… Continue reading Love in the Time of Acne
People say that eavesdropping is socially unacceptable but how can you avoid it if you're in a room with drunk and loud people. Haha! While Hubby and I were having dinner at our new favorite restaurant, I couldn’t help but listen to the conversation of a group of ajummas (married women) at the other table. While sipping some soju, one ajumma kept… Continue reading How To Properly Address Your Korean Husband
It was already 9pm when I finished work today. As soon as I got in the car, Hubby asked me out for a pojangmacha date as he was craving for eomuk (fish cake) and hot eomuk soup. Oh well, how could I say no to the my crush? Haha. 🙂 Pojangmacha (포장마차) literally means ‘tented wagon’. It refers to small tented restaurants… Continue reading Pojangmacha Date