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Summer Recap 3: Learning to Fly – Ihwa Mural Village


Ihwa Mural Village (이화 벽화마을) in Seoul was created as part of the Naksan Project in 2006. The area contains murals by over 60 artists.

Mandoo visited this summer, and as you can see, she learned to fly.

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Summer Recap 2: Dog Ice Cream at Fell + Cole


My Mom really likes ice cream. So, my Dad searched online for some dog-friendly ice cream shops. To our suprise, he found one that not only allows dogs, but makes ice cream for dogs. The shop is called Fell+Cole, and it is located in Hongdae. You can imagine how exciting that was for me.

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Summer Recap 1: Poofy Dresses and Waiting for Mom.


I spend a lot of time following my Mom around on various errands. Sometimes, Dad comes along too. Dad and I are often sitting in reception areas waiting for Mom.

Here are some pictures of me in poofy dresses waiting for Mom.

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I’m back! With a New Little Brother!


Sorry that I haven’t posted in a while.  My Dad and I will try to update my blog more frequently.  Also, as you can see, I have a new brother.  His name is Turbo, and he is 3 months old.  He is kinda annoying, but I guess I will have to get used to him.

Anyway, I think the easiest way to catch you up on my summer would be to do a series of summer recap posts.  Hopefully, you will be interested in what I did (and wore) over the summer.

More updates coming soon.  Thanks!

Girls in Men’s Dress Shirts


Like many girls, I like to steal Dad’s shirts sometimes. It makes for a casual, sexy look.

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Spring Has Sprung! Cherry Blossoms in Seoul


It’s always nice when the cherry blossom (봄꽃, sakura) trees bloom in Seoul.  The weather gets nice, so I get to play outside more.

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Mountain Climbing in Hoodie Weather – Part 1: Dogok Park (도곡 공원)


There are two small mountains within walking distance of our apartment.  Seoul is nice that way; it is a huge urban metropolis, but there are plenty of nice parks, mountains, etc. all around.

My dad recently returned from a trip to his home town, NYC.  He got me two hoodies, which are perfect for early spring.  This is the first one.  Here are some pics from when dad and I went to Dogok Park, one of the mountains near our apartment.

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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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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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