• TRAVELOGUE

    Korea: Land of Couple Clothes

    When I went to Korea, I was taken aback by the sheer amount of couples wearing matching clothes on the city streets. Some would simply go with a matching branded top (Guess seemed to be the most common), while others would dress in the same outfit right down to their shoes (usually colourful sneakers). As a result, I kinda amounted a small collection from Gumi, Daegu, and Seoul. Here are the ones I managed to catch with my camera. I have others on the phone, and together they make up only half of what Ottie and I spied while people-watching in the cities. It’s amazing. Perhaps I should have expected…

  • OUTFITS,  TRAVELOGUE

    Seoul: Trick Eye Museum

    Cotton On dress + Thrifted cardigan + Romwe bow leggings + Dr. Martens white boots + T-shirt & Jeans bag So this is my taking-a-plane-home outfit for my Korea trip, in which I put on the heaviest items I’ve packed for the trip sans jewelry, in order to have a lighter check-in luggage and an easier time through customs, in that order. It drizzled lightly in the morning, so my Harry Potter ‘Muggle’ cap came in handy, though I ditched it after the rain stopped; the brim tends to get in the way of my photo-taking. I am, if nothing else, practical. :P Ottie and I visited the Trick Eye…

  • TRAVELOGUE

    Seoul: Godabang Cat Cafe

    I’m so excited to finally be getting to writing about my trip to Godabang Cat Cafe! Ottie and I visited the branch sandwiched in the middle of Hongdae, Seoul. Ottie is very much a cat person, having two of his own. I on the other hand, have never kept cats, only dogs, despite liking both. Have never felt comfortable with the possibility that a cat could jump to its death from my window thirteen stories up. So well, the cat heaven cafe was the highlight of my day. A Garfield mascot advertising the cat cafe nearby. The first thing that we had to do after entering the cafe was to…