Seoul much to say

December 17, 2010 in Korea

but i can’t.

Let’s just say that it didn’t turn out to be what everyone expected and i am really frustrated over some issues you might have read it somewhere else but definitely not here due to many layers of complication #inception so imma just post pictures of the trip #cryptic.


*calms self down*



Well at least i saw some maple leaves! (is there snow falling down from the top of this blog as you are looking at this pic? 😀 :D)

(Ok if don’t have means you read too fast! HA! Or never read!  HA!!!!!)

This is taken at Ewha Womans University. (I was googling for the correct spelling, and one of the results actually put “(sic)” behind “Womans” lolol. But i mean, come on, it’s the bloody name for a University. Well?)



Dressed college preppy wtf.






HAHA the bow on my Liz Lisa fur hat makes me look like i have an elf ear wtf.



This is trying to camwhore romantically with maple leaves epic fail.



<3 hot choco in winter!



Hello Kitty Cafe!



Korean hot pot dinner at night!!



Drinking at a… wait for it… a HO BAR, anyone???????



Yakiniku dinner at Bulgogi Brothers in Seoul. Apparently very famous restaurant, they sponsor like some Korean drama or something!

Believe it or not that’s a wine glass. And it is white wine. I mean like, this is how WHITE wine should look like. Right?

I mean, people really don’t mean what they say! How can you call some pee-color looking liquid white???



Heart shape beef patty!!!!!!! <3



Next to me is Marie, who sort of saved my life by providing her gorgeous shelter when i was homeless for one day. She is camshy.



Marie brought me to yummy waffle breakfast!



The whole time i was staying in Gangnam, which is like quite far from the city center. Whenever i asked for direction, like how to go to Myeongdong or Dongdaemon or wherever from my hotel, every one was like, oh that’s not too far, maybe like, 1 hour by the subway?


That’s like getting a hotel in Seremban and traveling to KL fml. But really it wasn’t that bad! Subway wasn’t as packed as Tokyo. And i kind of think everyone is exaggerating the distance in Seoul! All the train rides back to hotel felt like only 35 mins or 40 mins top?





Bura-bura solo at Insadong.



Some mascot thingie in Insadong. I hate mascot ever since the Tokyo Disney incident. They only layan small kids one. Age discrimination!!!!!!



I was chatting with one of the candy stall staff then suddenly was overwhelmed by a sea of Japanese girls and i could see sparkle in the Korean staff’s eyes as if they saw gold wtf.



They were filming some show i guess i was trying to see if there’s any models i know of, maybe from like Ranzuki or whatever. Don’t have but i was slightly disturbed by their exaggerated expression and the colossal invisible exclamation marks that popped out from their head and mouth. Everything was like HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEH MAJIDE!!!!!!!!!!!!! HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEH  KAWAII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OISHII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wtf. I’m very sure that’s one of the requirements of being a Japanese girl wtf.



Craft shop at Insadong.



Inside some art gallery*summons poetic vibes wtf

Took a picture with Choi Mi Yeon, the… (what’s the glamorous word for painter?)



All her paintings have a lot of…. vibrantly chromatic… gastronomical… flavors in them wtf. *trying to sounds as though i know what i’m talking about


I mean, it’s nice to buy someone a painting that says “You’re So Sweet”.



But srsly i can’t think of a reason to buy a “You’re So Fishy” painting. Unless it’s like, for your ex or, you know, stuff like that.




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42 responses to “Seoul much to say”

  1. biribiri says:

    wtf is bura-bura heh

    • cheesie says:

      Bura bura is the Japanese equivalent of jalan Jalan. I typed that just to see if anyone actually bothers reading APPARENTLY THEY DO 😀 😀 😀 *touched

  2. Jen Xi says:

    I can’t help but agree with what you said about the “You’re so Fishy” painting.

  3. Tiffany says:

    omg if you ever come here i need to take you to disneyland! the mascots are nice to the kids AND adults alike! duffy gave me a kiss on the cheek! ^^

  4. reader says:

    did scott sent u the pix he took?

  5. susu says:

    what happen at there i still not get it…???
    anyway we sayang u cheese don b sad…

  6. kalye seoh says:

    I stop and wait for the snow to fall! :dunno: abit stupid but nice photo with the snow. so romantic. at least my mood is better now!

  7. Angelbabe says:

    Where is the hello kitty cafe? Did u went in?

  8. Tricia says:

    Where did you learn Japanese? 😉 I learnt for awhile then gave up too hard for me to handle T_T

  9. KY says:

    maple leaves? can use like koreander to spice up spaghetti?

  10. sidney says:

    lol i go to ewha university and they really do spell it as ‘womans’ 😳

  11. JosheenMa says:

    So many beautiful photo 😈

  12. ursie says:

    did you mean artist instead of painter?

  13. An artist. A contemporary artist. 🙂

  14. MT says:

    like ur white turtle neck top so much!!! where u get it??

  15. luvergalviv says:

    very nice pictures!! but i dont see snow on your blog wo. hm. maybe it doesnt work on chrome?

  16. Jodie says:


    i wanna go korea and shop!! is shopping there cheaper? (i guess it is lol)

    did you go into hello kitty cafe? i heard the coffee got the hello kitty picture one LOL

  17. mantra says:

    What a beautiful scene a combination orange and red color. I hope to go there one day…

  18. Ben McC says:

    Awesome pics. I am going to have to make it to Seoul someday. One of my room mates from university lives in Seoul. I should look him up. Thanks for sharing the pics and commentary.

  19. JuLs says:

    Pic #9 is da bomb… picture perfect!

  20. ally says:

    hehehe… 😀 i believe i know which candy stall is that that spoke to u.. some “dragon candy” stall right? they love asking n talking to foreigners 1.. been there few times pass by dint buy their stuff also they try to talk to me n my friends?

    wonder what happen in korea? did “scott” did something bad or expect something else from u??!

  21. Cherie says:

    I didn’t know you spent almost every single day by yourself in Korea until I read Audrey’s blog. Apparently, this “scott” is a major dickhead/douchebag. Hope everything’s fine now. 🙂

  22. Porkie says:

    saw this scott fella’s photo..don’t like the look of him. got a very slappable face!

  23. xx says:

    tell us about scott

  24. Mishi says:

    SEOUL LOOKS AMAZING!!!! i’m so craving to go now… our planned summer vacay @seoul seems sooo far away >_<

  25. JHK says:

    As a reader from Korea (currently in singapore) I’m sorry you had some troubles while in Seoul.

    It’s SO creepy that this ‘Scott’ dude published pictures of you as his “friend”. Makes me wonder if he actually has any friends whatsoever. I dunno if this will cheer you up but at least a lot of commenters on his blog are talking about how pretty you are!

  26. sy says:

    maple leaves are so preety~
    #12 looks weird.

  27. kimberlycun says:

    eh picture #10 looks like a scene from a japanese fetish porn…

  28. em says:

    Such pretty photos of you 🙂 love your style

  29. Grace says:

    How about you’re so cheesy? Haha

  30. AliceChoo says:

    Are the price of food and shopping stuff expensive there? 😀 I’m going there for a vacation in December and was wondering 💡

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