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…

My Journey – 나의 여행

Hi all, I got back from my first trip to Korea yesterday (16th May)  and, while I’m still exhausted from the jet lag, I am already so excited and ready for my next visit. I already have plans for what I would like to do and I can’t wait to meet up again with all…