It is exceptionally easier than you might think to enter the West Bank. At Damascus Gate in Jerusalem, catch bus #21 (or was it #28?). Done. Now you’re in Bethlehem. What used to be a suburb of Jerusalem, is now on the other side of a giant concrete wall that is more than two times … More In Bethlehem
It’s official. Santa has sold himself out. Apparently business is not so good up at the North Pole. He’s taken a side job. SK Telecom was hiring. No shame.
It’s a sad, sad Christmas day when mid-skype conversation with family abroad, your mac falls silently dead, not to be revived… At least not for today. But it’s a good, good Christmas day when surrounded by best friends, delicious potluck and Griswald’s Christmas. And nothing like a traditional Korean bbq to finish things up on … More Nothing says Christmas like galbi
I bet if you asked, most people don’t know anyone with the same birthday as them. Not me. I know loads. Nick the goth from art class in high school, Anita from the ashram, Moohee my best friend in film school, H’Sia, my friend’s beautiful two-year old daughter… The list goes on… However, I was … More Honey
Christmas party in a Korean kindergarten. If you’ve never heard of a “christmas cake,” which consists of two triangles of white bread, jam, m&m’s and shakeable whipped cream, you’re not alone. Just go with it. Let them wipe it all over their faces as if it were facial cream. Best possible outcome.
And so it starts. It’s Christmas time at Shinsegae. The lights are up. Christmas songs in a foreign language are better than in English; I can more easily tune them out.