On May 16, 2006, I bid (temporary) goodbye to Irina and also Seoul, and then headed for Jeonju. My strongest reason for visiting that capital city of North Jeolla Province was no others than its food. It was fascinating enough to know that Jeonju was chosen as a Creative Cities for Gastronomy. I expected more experience of Korean food later, especially bibimbap (비빔밥). Jeonju bibimbap … Continue reading Hi Jeonju!
Apart from my holidays, my daily life is apparently plain. It’s a 7 to 5 work life with little myself time after dinner. Not much to do with those remains hours after working hours. Only on the weekends I get additional one or two hours depends on how early we leave the office, which is influenced by the big boss. With that additional time, I … Continue reading My Weekends
Why do you post in English? I have received few reactions from my friends (of course not the close ones) who finally made their ways to my Little Orange World, which I predicted would appear when I first decided to write this blog in English. That prediction which also made me reluctant to share my blog anywhere on my social media, especially FB (which now … Continue reading Why bother English?
Do you know that there is celebration on 14th day on each month in South Korea? I caught a glimpse of an article about it right before I flew to South Korea. I read it somewhere, but I didn’t give any attention, until I came to Seoul on a day before, May 13th. Since my first day in Seoul was messed up, I only hung … Continue reading Seoul, May 14th, 2016
Speaking about blogging, there is one thing that I love doing each time I log in to my so beloved blog’s account; Little Orange World, seeing the statistic. Intentionally or un-intentionally, seeing the statistic is the first thing happens. I don’t deny it though for it’s the first page that appears in before my eyes. Each time, the first thing that appears off all will … Continue reading Statistic That Matters
Please pardon me for taking a break from my Seoul trip and posting another worrisome here. This is caused by an issue that has been tickling my mind and my fingers for these past few days. It’s related to what my friend spilled here, and it strengthens by someone whom I just met few weeks ago unintentionally, and later we frequently share some short conversations. … Continue reading In Life, about Tribulations and Happiness
On my previous post, I said that I did a lot of new things on my first visit to South Korea (I think I’ll do more), one of which was couchsurfing. After giving much thought whether I should do it or not, I finally did it. I’d never had the confidence before, to stay and share anything with someone that I’d never known. However, I … Continue reading A Slice of Cheesecake’s Story in Seoul
According to http://www.dictionary.com Definition of white lie noun 1. a minor, polite, or harmless lie; fib. picture So have you ever told a white lie or two? What was your reason of telling it? To whom you mostly said it? Have you ever felt bad after telling it? Or Felt much better? I’ve told so many white lies. The reason was trying not hurting anyone, either … Continue reading White Lie
Sometimes life can be so mysterious and the other times, it’s filled with surprises. Good times and bad times come alternately. At the same time, a family might hold a celebration of one’s birth, meanwhile at the other part of the world, there are people who in mourning because of losing their other half. I’m now in the last category, in grieving. No, I’m not … Continue reading How I Want to Remember Them
Ah, four days has passed since I last posted about my first trip to Japan. I promised myself to write it every day. This simple self-promised might be a small matter for the others, but for me, this is as simple as having my own vow broken. 😥 Finally we come to my last day in Osaka. Let’s wrap it in once post since I’ve … Continue reading That First Time in Festive Osaka
I give myself a break from Japan’s posts for a while. (It has been three days though, oh) 😐 I feel like sharing this one odd thing my colleagues and I often do at office; how we stirring our instant coffee. At our office, there is someone who prepares the office’s troops daily mood booster; coffee and tea. Both things are served in two separated … Continue reading One Weird Thing We Do