Anonymous asked: why are you going back to the US? also, fly safe whenever you do!! ^^
Anonymous asked: Your life is so glamorous. I wish I were you!
whosnotadj asked: my question is gone :O I'm still looking for cheap koreanair tickets atm lol wish me LUCK... actually lots of it ... have an exam in 10 hours
Anonymous asked: What is your sexual orientation?
Anonymous asked: Not all non-American foreigners can get working holiday visas ^^; Many Europeans can't. And it's illegal to work part-time on a student visa until you've completed at least a semester of study. Just to let you know!
Anonymous asked: Hi! First of all, I love your blog and your fashion choices. Second of all, I think you live a very sweet life. Sooo, I currently teach in a small town in Korea, hoping to move to Seoul when my contract is up. However, I'm not sure if teaching is really my thing. How did you find all these non teaching jobs and is it easy to get a working visa for these? Sorry I have to ask anonymously, as I...
Anonymous asked: What kind of beauty treatment have you experienced while in Korea? (hair, spa, massage, nails,... etc.)
Anonymous asked: 최승현 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous asked: you're crazy pretty. and have the most ridic perfect inner thighs and thigh to hip ratio to waist ratio I have ever seen. I'm a 26 yr old, straight girl by the way. But totally gay for you. ^^
Anonymous asked: You remind me sooo much of Alexa Chung. Yoz might as well be her badass sister :)
Anonymous asked: GD or TOP?
^^ Went well. I’m giddy and holding my breathe. Sounds like a recipe for disaster. Oh well…it feels good for now.
Anonymous asked: is american apparel cheaper in korea?
today i love...
kryskemp: pushBUTTON Spring12 favorite korean designer!
thisislove asked: WOW, I keep reading these completely unnecessary posts from anon after anon, and it's like, whyyyy all these stupid questions, it's beyond infuriating/insulting like someone asking you to your face "Soooo, what exactly do you do, you know, besides being cute and having fun?!", and it's like "WTF?!?!" You know?! These are the aspects of MY life that I enjoy and...
Anonymous asked: I actually have been reading your blog for quite a while now, and still can't figure out specifically what it is you do--like what company or website you work for. From your blog, I gather: You go to a lot of cafes and restaurants, you go to fashion shows or other fashion-related events, you write for your semi-successful (but not really) website, bananamilk, and most of all you post a...
Anonymous asked: What exactly is it that you do, and what kind of visa do you have, if it's not a teaching visa? Your blog description says you arrived as a visual merchandiser for American Apparel, but now you work at a restaurant. Do you literally only work at a restaurant, and that's it? Or do you do some kind of fashion-related stuff during the day?
Anonymous asked: Why did you stop working at American Apparel?
Anonymous asked: You really need to chill out and not get so defensive! That last reblog (the girl that said she works 6 hours a day) wasn't even trying to make a jab at you--her whole comment was clearly just about her concern about being nabbed by immigration if she taught privates. You totally misinterpreted what she was saying, and even went as far as to say she was "passing judgement on you"...
So...about that "babe" on the subway
I don’t feel so creepy talking about it now since I stalked their facebook already and they made a status in Korean about our encounter on the subway. And…yes, I do know what that last sentence sounded like! ^^ We have a date this Friday. I am a bit confused as to how they identify though. She has a female Korean name, but a masculine sounding facebook name. Whatevs… a babe is a...
Anonymous asked: I usually agree with your reblogs but I think it was unfair that you mocked someone for saying that she teaches 6hrs/day, and how 'exhausting' you can imagine that is. She didn't say that she WORKS 6hrs/day, she said she is actively teaching for 6hrs. Big difference.
mikeysweettooth-deactivated2013 asked: daaaaaaaamn you sure told that anon, betcha theyll think twice before messing with you huh ?:D getttteem :3
Anonymous asked: That other anon was an idiot. I think you're doing what you have to to stay in a place that you truly love. That deserves respect not hate.
Anonymous asked: Yeah that second reblog made you sound like an ass. There are Koreans working far harder than you in the fashion and entertainment industry who will never get the opportunities you are given, and there are qualified, educated ESL teachers here who work very hard to do the best at their jobs and build legitimate careers. You live the coffee-shop and after-party life in Korea because you know a bit...
Anonymous asked: hiyaaaa lovee your blog! ill be stopping by Seoul for a couple of days next week and I was wondering what were the best place to go clubbing? any good events coming up soon or whats fun to do at night thanks!
Anonymous asked: so how did they find out you were teaching anyway? :/ i know you said you were working at a school, but would it have been someone who "told on" you? i know it happens, but i guess i just don't know how exactly people get caught
Keep Me: First hand account of "teaching English... →
journalwoman: girlinseoul: keepme: When immigration comes you find a window and jump. Granted, I have an actual visa, but it’s not for teaching so I’m just getting the light punishment. A lovely meeting at the immigration office in a few days to pay a hefty fine (I have an estimate of 500,000 won but we shall see). Overall, I am… see. this shit happens. Some of my friends are so blase...
adaydreamerstory asked: Maybe you should check out "21st Century Family" (when you have time); it really isn't your typical Korean drama as they do have real life situations and tons of funny scenes...
First hand account of "teaching English in Korea...
When immigration comes you find a window and jump. Granted, I have an actual visa, but it’s not for teaching so I’m just getting the light punishment. A lovely meeting at the immigration office in a few days to pay a hefty fine (I have an estimate of 500,000 won but we shall see). Overall, I am relieved. I don’t like teaching one bit and I felt a responsibility to my friend...
Anonymous asked: How good was your korean when you first came to the ROK?
Monsoon season starts Friday afternoon in Seoul →
partyintherok: I hate everything Oh god…no.