This is a video with just me in it… so hardcore Mr Gwon fans…. you don’t have to watch haha.
Tell me some things you have been enjoying lately!
On Mr Gwon’s site What a Nice he shares funny things from about the internet, but he has also started drawing! He is still getting used to using a tablet to draw but it’s a great way for him to express himself and a way for you to see another side of him.
Most of you know that he is not a big EXO fan…. he still really hates Wolf… but it’s funny because people in real life are now asking him about it! Oh you EXO fans…. so…passionate!
This is our video of our Supanova experience! We didn’t have much time as my husband had to work that night and my brother was only in Sydney for the day. It was really crowded inside, even more so because people couldn’t hang around outside as much due to the rain. I’d really like to see it in a bigger venue next year (though we are unlikely to go as we’ll be in Korea).
We really liked seeing the Game of Thrones costumes. My other favourite was the Futurama ones. It’s always cool seeing the effort people go to.
It would be nice to see more areas for people to sit and talk to others. People are forced to sit on cold cement up on the second level walkway. Also an area for children is needed as well I think, there seems to be more children every year and it would make it easier for them and their parents if they were catered for too.
Overall it’s still a really cool experience and we enjoyed it, even though we were functioning on only 4 hours sleep.
I’m a big fan of Simon and Martina from Eat Your Kimchi. So much so that sometimes I tend to talk about them like I know them personally… (because they are so awesome).
I also mention Simon and Martina to my parents sometimes. Luckily my parents know who I’m talking about now. Because my husband and I are planning on moving to Korea at the beginning of 2014 sometimes we are discussing our plans at the dinner table and I’ll say “Simon and Martina said…. blah blah blah.”
Oh and their kitten is so cute!
Is there anyone that you talk about or mention in conversation like you know them but actually don’t?
Also: I’ve added a FAQ section.
Yesterday was a pretty bleak day. Horrible rainy weather, so I thought it was a good time to stay inside and try these nanoblocks I bought. I picked them up at the Sydney Supanova Pop Culture convention last month. Basically they look like lego blocks but TINY! I love lego so I wanted to try these out.
Well that was lots of fun. I wouldn’t recommend this if you have massive fingers because it is really fiddly, but if you have normal sized hands it will be fine! I want some more…
HERE is the Nanoblock site.
p.s. I am not paid for this. I bought them myself and I receive nothing for doing anything on this blog.
Haha, well It’s not really a secret how much I love G-Dragon.
So what is the correlation between K-Pop and having a Korean partner? Does having a Korean partner make someone interested in K-Pop or does being interested in K-Pop result in ending up with a Korean partner?
Both are possible. Some people are gradually exposed to K-Pop through their Korean partner and grow to like it. There are also others who discover K-Pop in another way and start to really enjoy Korean culture as well. This interest results in meeting more Korean people and the possibility of having a boyfriend or girlfriend who is Korean.
My story is a little bit different. Years ago when I first starting making Korean friends I really didn’t hear any K-Pop. My Korean friends were all on working holiday visas while in Australia. At this time I briefly dated a Korean guy as well. I was not exposed to any K-Pop at all. The following year I was living in Sydney in a share apartment with Koreans and that’s when I got bombarded with K-Pop! I didn’t like it…. and I said a lot of negative things.
Because most of my Korean friends were on working holiday visas, eventually, one by one, they all left Australia. There came a time when almost all my Korean friends were gone. Missing them, I actually starting listening to K-Pop on my own accord. G-Dragon was really what first got me interested. Through him I discovered Big Bang.
By the time I first met my husband I had completely become a K-Pop fan. Oh I’m still critical of a lot of groups but I always give them a chance now. Big Bang remains my favourite group and G-Dragon will always be the one that first led me into the wonderful world of K-Pop.
It’s not that my husband dislikes him, actually he really likes him, he just gets slightly jealous of my admiration.
We visited one of our favourite restaurants last night. The Taiwanese Restaurant ‘Din Tai Fung’. It is actually part of a chain with restaurants all around the world but they are known to have possibly the best dumplings (xiaolongbao) in the world. I’ve been going there since the beginning of 2009 and have watched its popularity grow. Three years ago my brother and I could get a table right away but these days there is always a long wait. That’s because the food is so good! I introduced my husband to Din Tai Fung quite early in our relationship. We’ve also visited the Din Tai Fungs in Korea and Japan but I don’t think they compare to the Sydney one. Still good, but I noticed it was only Koreans working in the Korean branch but in Sydney all the staff are Taiwanese or Chinese. Maybe that makes a difference. There are differences in menus depending on what country it is located in as well but all have the most important xiaolongbao.
The main website for Din Tai Fung- HERE
And for Australia- HERE
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