i think the way you love.
Also side bar, in America I am a total sucker for sephora and beauty stores I don’t wear a ton of makeup but I love fragrance and skin/body care stuff. And Haera is bringing me back stuff from SK so I’m making my list of great products now.Edit: Korean bb cream is soooo much better American companies literally just put the name bb cream name on liquid foundations and tinted sunscreens, but the texture is wayyyyy different.
Ppl say china is the next big Esl market @pieceofdime
I was thinking Hong Kong or Shanghai it was my original places (I had a top five including Singapore, Japan, SK, and Taiwan) but from my experience Korean is so much easier than Canto and Mandarin. Also Ive read that in Japan it’s much harder to gain community that isn’t expat, as the way that society works is slightly different from Koreans, (which my friends will vehemently remind me and be against going to Japan) That and I have Korean friends, which kind of have made me have an affinity for SK. But I’m starting to see the interest/place at my current job slip. And graduation is just a year away. So, idk what I’ll be doing. I do want to at least experience something other than the us but I’ll have to see what’s really in store for me.
For the past two weeks I’ve been trying to go to the jimjilbang, the beach or get shit done on my days off. But instead I end up sleeping until unmentionable hours.
I literally could live off 1.50-2 dollar kimbab a day, plus food I stored from our school lunches. i was not messing around trying to spend 10 dollars on cheese and white bread at Emart.
my bff said S.K. is expensive now though and she said there are A LOT of foreigners, her update made me not want to go.