April 7, 2020

My Onni You’s All About Korea Blog

girl in a cruise ship during sunset

Annyeong! Abby-imnida! I am the one behind this blog My Onni You and my blog are all about my experiences here in Korea. I am not an expert blogger nor writer but my blog became my comfort zone. In this blog, I pen and share my thoughts, travels, experiences, and so much more.

I am a lot of things. I am that river that goes with the flow wherever it takes me. I am that tree who fights over storms to stand tall. I am that wind that passes by but doesn’t want to be seen. I am that star that shines in my own way.  I am a person who has a deep definition of life. I am a person that no matter how hard life is, I’ll cry but will never give up.

But who am I really?

I enjoy the company of close friends and being alone.  I love small talks with my friends and I love the company but most of the time I love being alone but I am afraid to be alone. That’s me being an introvert.

I am a wandering introvert. Wandering around or traveling doesn’t mean you need to have a company. I travel alone most of the time. It makes me move easily and do the things I need to do in a short period of time.

I am a scenery and solitude lover. My imagination leads me to discover my talent in photography. I like cinematic scenes like sunsets, sunrise, and silhouette. My experiences in life took me to embrace the beauty in every small thing so I keep on taking photos as it captures every memory we have.

Lately, I’m focusing on my writing skills. Since I was in grade school I’d been winning in different essay contests till I got here in Korea. I won twice  (written in Korean, 1st place and 3rd place) in different categories at the Multicultural Center. It’s been how many years after I started writing again. Honestly, I felt like I had forgotten English since I started learning Korean. That’s why I have decided to build this blog and continue learning each day.

Lastly, I am a wonder mom. Living in Korea without your family is really hard. You do all the work from taking care of your kids, doing the household chores, going to the grocery, and all while adopting the Korean culture and studying the Korean language.

My feelings are too loud for words and too shy for the world.
– Dejan Stojanovic

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