I’m not doing so good – 나는 잘 하고 있지 않다

Just warning you now, this post isn’t cheery. It’s honest and it’s real, but it isn’t all that happy. As you can probably deduce from the title, I’m not doing very well. My mental health has really knocked the wind out of me recently. As you can also probably tell, this has effected my productivity…

Korean Conversation – 한국어 회화

I’ve been learning Korean for just under a year now.I can read and write Hangul, and I can recognise certain words and phrases, and according to my teacher and my friends I can speak what I know quite well. I’m still learning new vocab as I go, so what is next in my learning journey….

Seoul Survivors – 서울 생존자

While I was in Seoul, I met so many amazing people and I had such a great time. But now that I’m home I can’t help but feel a little sad. I enjoyed my time so much and was so excited and busy and happy, the time just flew by. It felt so fleeting. And…

Choose your words wisely – 말을 현명하게 골라라

Recently I’ve been thinking about how the words we use can determine how we and others feel. Studying PR at a masters level means I think a lot about how simply changing one word in a slogan or catch-phrase can completely transform the overall message. I thought about the effect of words particularly during one…

Cooking with Connie – 코니와 함께 요리하기

Barbecue time – 바비큐 시간 Summer is well and truly here and in true British style, as soon as the sun comes out from behind the clouds, my family and I decided we needed to buy some beers and dine outdoors. Personally I think barbecue’s are fun but are often so overly hyped up. The…

Book Review: The Wonder – 책 리뷰:그 원더

The Wonder by Emma Donoghue was my read of choice for my Journey to Seoul. I had started it on the shorter flight from Manchester to Amsterdam, and finished it partway through my 11 hour journey from Amsterdam to Incheon. through I had heard mixed reviews about this book, but was intrigued by the book’s…