Weekly Diary

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From the 3rd week of January to the 2nd week of February


There were many stuffs going on since the last time I shared my weekly diary.

First of all, I found my part time job @ Dunkin' Donuts.
Second, I made another bank account, this time with authentication certificate or something, which still sounds intimidating to me! (It was a must thing to get
cause I needed to have it to enter the government scholarship program)
Third, it was Seol-nal in Korea, a korean version of lunar new year celebration.
And a lot more going on...

So, here's another photo snippets kind of diary that I usually write once a month.



A very random shot of my left hand.
I don't remember the exact reason why this was on the corner of my phone.
Maybe I was proud of myself to finally put on some nail polish
even though it got messy after few days or
I was happy with that new golden minimal ring I got with my bestie!



This is one of my daily routine:
reading an article from Kinfolk magazine for at least three times a week.
I'm now running out of spare issues that I usually stock up on my bookshelf!
This is a quite urgent situation for me, and I'm definitely going out
this week just to get another amazing issue.


A heavy snowing day in Seoul.
There're many kinds of snowing day- a rainy snowing day, a snow-stormy snowing day,
snow you rarely see snowing day, horrible air pollution affected snowing day...

This snowing day was a very decent one, with no grayish puddles left on the streets.
It snowed so beautifully that I didn't mind those white flakes getting on my hair & coat.


This kind of weather is one of my favorite thing.
Pale sky, chilly air, and warm sweater!


Let's appreciate my sister here.
Sweeping off the snow with the broom that's taller than her.
She ended up pretending like a wizard flying on a broomstick.


In the evening, we all went to the Seoul square to see my little sisters ice skating.
It was freezing that none of us felt our feet anymore,
but I just looooove to see strangers ice skating!


The last Wednesday of every month is called 'A Day with Culture' in Korea.
Many places such as art museums, theaters, and concerts let people to enjoy
their exhibitions/shows with discounted offerings.

For that day, my sisters and I went to see Impressionists' masterpieces.
We couldn't stop chatting over and over again about all those colors & lights
from the legendary artists like Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Gauguin, etc.


I'm still in awe of Impressionism!



There was another dumpling making session before we celebrate Seol-nal.
Seol-nal is korean new year's day, which all koreans celebrate and wish
that year's luck to their families & friends.

Since it's one of the main holidays in Korea, people prepare a lot of things
for this time of the year. (Food, traditional costume called Hanbok, and a lot more)

We all gathered in the living room to pre-make our homemade dumplings
before the d-day comes. The best part of this was that we could taste test
some of the fresh dumplings right away!


This divine chocolate waffle.
I and my friend devoured all of this calories even though we had stomach full of sushi.


I'm obsessed with this movie!!!!!
All of you need to watch this (Our Times) if you read this.
This might be a cheesy movie to some people, but it totally got me
into feelings & made me want to visit Taiwan even more.

I can't tell the whole plot of this, but it's one of the movies that brings everyone
back to their high school life. (whether it was fabulous or not...)




It was finally Seol-nal.
For this year, we had straight 5 days off.
These days include all the cooking, cleaning, waking up early in the morning,
visiting & chatting with your family members, and blah blah

It may sounds quite tired & work overload. (and yes! it is)
However, getting together with all your family members to spend time with them,
watching everyone's favorite movies together, and being talkative up all night
with aunts & uncles are the best things to have.


For upcoming weeks, I'm gonna get even busier since I'll need to prepare myself
to start my college next month, complete all the documents & requirements
for scholarship, do part time job on the weekend,
and go on shopping to buy stuffs I planned to get for decades and centuries.

I can't wait to share all those bits on my next weekly diary!
What are your plans for this & upcoming weeks?
xx


ⓒJKDAWN

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58 comments

  1. I really liked the nail polish you were wearing in the 1st photo. Can't believe how much snow you had! The food pictures made me hungry!
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    Stella from a Looks & Travels

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    1. That nail polish became one of my favorite shades ever since I tried it! Thanks Stella, You're so sweet xx

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  2. Really loved this post! That shade of polish is lovely and all of these photos are beautiful. Especially those snowy photos of Korea. I am Korean but adopted, so I have only been back once but do plan on coming back soon to learn more about Korea, so I always love stumbling upon bloggers who are Korean or living in Korea as I feel like it gives me a taste of my culture. All of your photos of food also look delicious!

    Rae | Love from Berlin

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    1. Rae! So glad that you liked all these photos of Seoul! I really hope you to explore more of this country :) Thanks for stumbling upon my blog & i love your hair! xx

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  3. love how personal and unique this post is <3

    ameliacharis.com

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    1. Haha I'm actually doing this series as my diary! Thanks <3

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  4. Great post! ;-) have a nice day

    Greets Jon

    Jon The Gold - Men's Style Blog // New Post

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  5. Your nails are so gorgeous! Those dishes look amazing! And Congratulations on your part time job! I love Dunkin Donuts!

    Connie | Sponsored by Coffee | Etsy

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    1. Thanks! And I love Dunkin, too! Never knew that I would actually get a part time job there :D xx

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  6. so many beautiful photos and I LOVE your grey manicure
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  7. The loveliest photos! I've always wanted to go to Korea :) I'm Japanese / Filipino but I love in Singapore! Not too far away from Korea... Hopefully I can come visit one day!

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    1. Omg! I actually visited those three countries & looooooove them... I really hope you'll visit here one day <3

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  8. those rings are beautiful, great pictures too!

    Hannah at WRITTEN BY HANNAH

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  9. Dawn, these are such lovely photos! Did you take them with your phone? I'm loving the photos of Snowy Seoul. Is Seol-nal Korean New Year? We had Chinese New Year too but we only had one day off, so that was a shame, haha.

    May | THE MAYDEN | bloglovin'

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    1. Haha but Chinese New Year is so fancy!!! Yes, Seol-nal is a Korean version of it :)
      I took every photos with my phone & just edited them! Thanks for your lovely words, May! xx

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  10. the nail polish looks so pretty!

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  11. Waaaa!!! The nail polish is BEAUTIFUL!!
    100%~~~loveee your blog is amazing!
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  12. I always absolutely adore your photos! I think they're beautifully taken and it makes me want to get better at it. Also, YOUR JEWELRY AND THE FOOD AND GOD. I've also always wanted to go to Korea! Basically, I want to travel the world.

    Ella Pinto xx

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    1. I also loooove your posts & comments! Travelling around the world is my life goal. too :D
      xx

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  13. Lovely post to read! I love the shade of nail varnish! You've got some lovely pictures here!

    Darriyan x | www.darriyancateland.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Darriyan! You've got even more amazing pics!! xx

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  14. Great shots!! The shot of the food got me hungry!

    Adi xx
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    1. Haha I actually have tons of more food pics! Thanks xx

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  15. Awesome post, Seoul seems like a fun city to live in also I like your new blog design. ��

    Ermal | http://ermal2000.blogspot.com

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    1. Ermal! Thanks for noticing it :) I literally struggled so much with this new template, but it worked!! xx

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  16. Love that nail colour!

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    1. I think I'm gonna try that color again since everyone here loves it <3

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  17. Absolutely lovely post, dear.
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  18. Julia 우리 동생 파트 타임 접 축하해!! I'm so happy you had fun with your fams and friends during Seon-nal, and yes oh yES YOUR NAILS ARE PAINTED THEY'RE SO PRETTy! and also wishing you the best of luck for your college scholarship ^^keep us updated! <3

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    1. 언니ㅣㅣㅣㅣyou're the BEST! I'm so excited & nervous for college next month :D I'll keep this updated & thanks xx

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  19. Woooow I loooove your pictures ! Very great post !! <3

    Suzanne xx
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  20. Sounds like you had an eventful couple of weeks! Good luck with your scholarship and everything.

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    1. Such a sweet comment! Those weeks were quite busier than my normal weeks tbh :D

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  21. I love the way your write so much!

    LEACH | www.theleachlife.com

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    1. Thanks!!You've got great posts as well :) xx

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  22. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog, Julia.
    Hope you're having a nice day.
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    Stella from a Looks & Travels

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    1. You're welcome Stella! Your looks are always so gorgeous xx

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  23. Sounds like you had a really fun week! The food looks incredible :)
    I really like impressionism, especially those by Renoir, Manet, and Mary Cassatt. I'm not the biggest fan of Monet. They are nice but sometimes too much to look at haha

    ~Andrea Tiffany~
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    1. Interesting! My sister loooooves Monet :) I got more into Renoir's works as soon as I saw them. I'm definitely going to another impressionism related exhibition if there'll be any chances!! xx

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  24. Love these shots! xo

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  25. i love your grey nails!
    God bless xo

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