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Things I'm Thankful For This Holiday Season (in no particular order):

1. Makeshift holiday decorations (because it’s hard to find Christmas trees in Korea). 2. Giving is so much better then receiving. 3. Making a friend’s bachelorette party weekend invitations and helping that bachelorette celebrate her upcoming nuptials. 4. Handmade Christmas decorations (can you tell I was having fun with my hot glue gun)? 5. Surprising… Continue reading Things I'm Thankful For This Holiday Season (in no particular order):

Food · Girls Night Out · Go Here, I say! · Going Out · Holidays · Korea · Seoul

Thursday Girls Holiday Party

6 of us ventured to Apgujeong in Seoul last week for the Thursday Girls Holiday Party. We were sad more couldn’t make it but this is a busy time of year. (Steph, Bethany, Ashley, Kate and Megan waiting for the bus to Seoul) We ended up taking the bus, which was big mistake. I wanted… Continue reading Thursday Girls Holiday Party

Conversations With Ally · Korea

Ally Made The Show – Woohoo!

The executives called from Polaris around 4:30 PM while Ally and I were at Coffee Tree.  They told her that they chose her and a girl from Seoul to go to Morocco on Dec. 27th. We went to Pasta Vino to celebrate. Then we went to Baskin Robbins for some Happy Camper. My new cashmere… Continue reading Ally Made The Show – Woohoo!

Conversations With Ally · Girls Night Out · Korea · Seoul

Strike In Travel

That is the name of a TV show on Polaris, Korea’s new travel channel. Strike in Travel is a reality show that follows 2 young Korean girls around for 2 weeks in a different country. The show has ventured to Spain, France, the West Coast (USA) and Australia so far. A while back, Ally had… Continue reading Strike In Travel

Holidays · Korea

This one’s for Elise!

Elise wanted to see pictures of Christmas in Korea but Koreans aren’t big into Christmas like Americans are.  In fact, there was an uproar this year because the Korean B/X employees didn’t know what kind of inventory to order for the holidays and the Americans couldn’t find anything but wrapping paper and ornaments.  Today, I… Continue reading This one’s for Elise!