I’m turning 23 this year and I haven’t graduated college. Some of my former classmates (or even younger schoolmates) already have their own work. Others have finished their Masters degree. And some even have their own family. It makes me think of myself. Why does it feel like I am the last?
It has been weeks since KPOPCON X happened. And like what I always say in my previous blogs, I am sorry for posting it late. Well, you know. Life happens. But it won’t stop me from blogging this event. I was really stressed with this event (well, I guess everyone is). But I am very happy that I became a part of PKCI for its this very special event.
It’s already the end of 2018 and who would have thought that I am still up here blogging (or more like writing all my fangirling activities). My 2018 really reached both extremes – possibly the worst and the best year. Weird right? Yeah, I know it’s weird.
It has been days since I received my grades for my Korean class. With me being busy with my thesis (and prioritizing it above anything else), I didn’t even imagine that I would still get that kind of grade.
Samgyupsalamat was actually the first Korean BBQ Restaurant that I have been to. I went to Samgyupsalamat Taft branch together with my GOT7 Squad. Since I have been craving for samgyupsal again, I invited my friend, Pat, to eat with me at Samgyupsalamat. This time, we ate at their Robinsons Galleria branch.
A lot of people are asking me why I didn’t attend Lee Jong Suk Fan Meeting in Manila when in fact I can attend the said fan meeting. First of all, I am not a rich fangirl. So I have to choose the events that I should attend.
Today marks the last day of 2017. I am very thankful for all the things I received may it be tangible or not. These things changed me to who I am today. And before I let 2017 end and welcome 2018, I would like to reminisce these best things that I received this year.
Being a KPOP fan is fun. You enjoy all the spazzing and even meet new friends. It’s cool because you have things to save for like different official or unofficial merch, concerts and even events like KPOP Conventions wherein you can meet your friends and watch contests there.
Welcome to Youtube, A Fangirl’s Heart. For a person who is really afraid of the camera, it took me hundreds of push and pull before I finally decided to create my Youtube channel.
As you have noticed in my previous blogs, I am very much interested in KPop which made me like Korean culture and food as well. Last May 6, 2017, my friends and I decided to have some Korean food and dessert as we have our mini reunion.