Since I came back home from college a few years ago, my time in Korea has been, well, everything; life changing, depressing, uplifting, adventerous and more than words can describe. 2016 has probably been one of my best years, and everything started to fall into place after I graduated from college and when I came back from my first solo trip. That's what I hope for everyone. I hope that life starts to fall into place for you, that you'll travel more, be more healthy, accomplish all your goals and have better days. There's so much to be grateful for, so don't forget about what you have.
So, instead of looking back at 2016, I'm looking back at some of my favorite moments of my time in Korea (and other places I visited during my time back here again) the past few years and how thankful I am for everyone I know, everything I've learned and all that I have experienced. In a few weeks I'll be flying off to the U.S where new adventures and a new chapter awaits.
25th Birthday spent in Bangkok Thailand
First solo trip to Kyoto, Japan
Memoirs of a Geisha is one of my favorite movies, so I had a moment of happiness here.
College graduation trip for my brother and I to the
magical island of Boracay from our wonderful parents.
Visiting San Francisco
My Dad and I spent a few days in San Francisco visiting my brother while he attended The Academy of Art University.
It's still my favorite city in the U.S, and a trip I had been patiently waiting for.
New Years in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is one of the places you HAVE to visit! My friend and I spent the New Years here.
Songnisan National Park
While driving back from my Grandmas house, my Mom, cousin and I visited Songnisan National Park
It was one of the most beautifulest places I've visited in Korea, next to Gyeongju.
Graduating with a
Bachelors of Science in Human Resources Management
Spending time in Pohang means spending time with my Moms side of the family.
We always go to the beach, which is by my Grandmas place.
Visited Taipei on another solo trip for the New Years and met some great friends.
One who visited Korea and I got to show around and another who I visited in Tokyo because she moved there for work.
Weekend in Tokyo
Spent a few days in Tokyo visiting my friend Yuri who I met in Taiwan