Monthly Archives: March 2015

Fabulous Feather Boa at Cafe Inu (카페 이누)


Whenever my mom and dad go to Hongdae in Seoul, they like to go to Cafe Inu for a salad, sandwich, and coffee because they allow dogs.  Unfortunately, I need to stay in a doggie high chair, but I suppose it’s better than not being allowed in at all.

Here I am in the high chair wearing my velvet coat with a white, sparkly tutu and my feather boa.

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Two Years Old ~ Four Birthday Dresses?


My birthday is February 20. So, I’ve had two birthdays so far.  But I’ve had three birthday parties and four custom-made birthday dresses! Go figure. I guess my mom goes a little overboard.

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My Black Parka

The winter is coming to an end here in Seoul, so I will be putting away my trusty black parka until next winter.

At Yangjae-chun

You mad, bro?

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Soccer at Han Gang Park


My favorite thing in the world is playing soccer.  If mom and dad don’t stop me to rest, I would play until I collapsed from exhaustion.  So, no matter how cold it got, we would always find time to get all bundled up and go to a park to play soccer.

One day this winter, mom dressed me in three layers:  my check shirt, denim jacket, and sheepskin vest.  It may seem like a lot, but it didn’t hinder my mobility.  I am a star soccer player, after all.  One of these days, I’ll post some videos of me playing soccer.

It was really cold that day.  Mom was bundled up in her Parajumpers coat and Sorel boots.  “Mom, give me the ball!”

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Dog Pension in Gapyeong-gun


Korea is not the easiest place for a dog to live. Many stores, malls, and cafes prohibit pets.  But, Korea also has many dog cafes and pensions (small resorts/bed and breakfasts). In the summer, my mom and dad often take me to dog pensions to play soccer, swim, and play with other dogs.

Last summer, I went to a dog pension in Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do.  I got to see my old friend, Dalja, the Boston Terrier, and her little sister, Choonja, the French Bulldog.  Dalja and I met on vacation in Jeju-do at another dog pension (I’ll post about that trip another day).  Choonja has grown so much since I last saw her, and she is now bigger than me.

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My dad is always trying to copy my style.


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Hanbok (한복), Traditional Korean Outfit

For Chuseok (추석), Korean Thanksgiving, in 2013, I wore a Hanbok (한복),  a traditional Korean outfit.


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My dad was born and raised in NYC and loves the Yankees and the Giants. I don’t know what those are, but I guess I love them too.


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Punk Rock Girl, Ruffles


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Cupcakes and Tutus


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