#029- Diary of a Foreigner

The pitter of the rain fall steadily above me. My eyes fight to stay open while my body struggles with the task of sitting straight. My head bobs back and forth, as if the weight of it is suddenly too much for my neck to carry. My vision blurs making me to see double. It’s…

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A Trip to Hwasun

These days I’ve been feeling very overwhelmed and stressed lately so I decided to take a day on my weekend just to get out of the city and enjoy the day resting. Though the trip to Hwasun wasn’t exactly planned, it still ended up being a very enjoyable trip. I would recommend this place to…

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Juu’s Journey- Eating Out

This video was long overdue, but I finally got around to getting it done. Eating out here is always an experience. Whether it’s struggling to order in Korean or finding place that can accommodate dietary restrictions, I tend to face a new challenge every day. Where do I go out to eat normally? These days,…

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# 022- Diary of a Foreigner

Things that seem impossible now are full of possibility. A world that was clouded by fear and insecurity now seems bright with hope and possibility. The constant feeling of emptiness seems to disappear, replaced by something new, something still unclear. The hours that seemed to drag now fly by at lightning speed. Something spectacular and…

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Curiosity? Racism?

Q: “Why is the palm of your hands clean but the back of your hands dirty? Your whole body is dirty!” “Why do you look like that?” “Your face is burnt.” Genuine questions. Ignorant statements. How do you respond to questions about differences you can’t control? None of the questions nor the one statement were…

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#23- Home Blues

Q: What are some things you miss about living in America? As the holidays, the big ones at least, near, I can’t help but feel a little twinge of sadness and loneliness. It’s never easy being apart from family or friends, but there is something especially lonely about being apart during this part of the…

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