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"Don't Pick A Fight With Chara" Video Premiere + Making Of

Wow, it’s been a long time since I have checked up on this blog. I’ve been busy with the typical school craziness, but also…

I MADE ANOTHER STOP MOTION VIDEO :D *sparkles* 421 more words


Seoul Flash Mobs: Pillow Fight!

Flash Mobs have been taking the world by storm for quite some time now, leaving us baffled, amazed and amused. For those unfamiliar with the term, a flash mob is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place to perform an unusual or seemingly pointless act for a brief moment before quickly dispersing. 308 more words


Possibly the biggest ever marriage proposal made with Post-it notes!

Is it just me or does everyone seem to be going to great pains to propose these days? It’s almost as if nine out of ten proposals I see on my Facebook feed are done either while on an overseas vacation, or completed with the help of a dozens of people and involving some kind of coordinated event. 375 more words


Final Post - My Adoption Story: Depression and the Devil

Man’s greatest triumphs can sometimes be found during his most difficult times of adversity.

This is my new saying when I reflect upon the “Dark Ages” of my life and my deepest days of depression. 1,081 more words



Hi everyone!

So, I’m writing this because I needed something constructive to do while I wait for my interview time with Korvia. So nerve-wracking! Like, I’m pretty sure I’m shaking, and I just… so nervous. 486 more words


Diary excerpt of Hangul script (2/27/2015): Korean Edition

This is a Korean translation of my original post.

합법적으로 한국어의 한글 스크립트를 인정하지만, 여러 아내와 결혼 남성에 대한 동일한 작업을 수행하지 않는 방법 한국어 의원은 아이러니; 아이러니는 일부 다처제 한국어 지도자, 세종 능력의 성장을 제공하는 한국어의 한글 스크립트를 구현하는 방법에 명백하다; 그것은 당연한 한국어 의원은 스크립트를 가지고 말을 안전 할 것입니다. 59 more words


Diary excerpt of Hangul script (2/27/2015): English Edition

It’s ironic how Korean legislators acknowledge the Korean language’s Hangul script as legitimate but don’t do the same for a male marrying multiple wives; The irony is manifest in how a polygamous Korean leader, Sejong implemented the Korean language’s Hangul script to provide a growth of literacy; It’d be safe to say Korean legislators take such a script for granted.