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Will do the updates as promised! Now that I am back in Singapore,  I will blog about all the places to visit in Korea and also to add directions so that people would know how to get there!

Watch out for this space! (:

Ko-Yon Games

The Ko-Yon games is a  yearly affair whereby sports teams from both Korea University and Yonsei University compete against each in baseball, ice hockey, basketball, rugby and soccer. Apparently the rivalry between both schools are really strong and so the school was pumped up for the game like two weeks ago. There were cheer practices and stuff and I was really looking forward to it. Some professors even cancelled Friday classes cause the baseball game started on Friday.

As usual, people started drinking from Friday morning till Saturday night. And I was really really impressed with the school spirit from both schools. The tradition was that the alumni from the school would pay for meals and beer for all Korea University at Anam, which is the street right across the main gate of the school. People were just running up and down the streets of Anam cheering for KU cause we won Ko-Yon games overall. Random people were giving out beer and bubble tea. It was really an amazing scene and it was so much fun!

Here are the photos!

Heading to jeju island this weekend! Can’t wait!! I only have two more months left here. I really don’t wanna head back ㅠㅠ

C.N Blue Concert

Went to the C.N Blue concert on September 17 and it was really amazing. It has been a month now but my memory of the concert was still vivid. Yong Hwa’s vocals were so amazing! I expected him to be good but not this good. He was so excited and hyper that he was jumping around so much and so was Jungshin. Jong Hyun was trolling around and judging Yong Hwa when he was making faces while he was singing. It was a good experience really. And because it was held at Olympic stadium, Thea, Joycelyn and I did our touristy, sightseeing thing before the start of the concert.

If you are thinking of sightseeing at Olympic Park, I suggest that you should go either during Spring or Autumn. The place is huge and sightseeing during summer is just tiring cause that was what happened to us. Alternatively, you can rent a bike and cycle around but the sun was too hot.


the park that we were at was really pretty for taking pictures!

So we walked from one end of the Olympic Park to the other in search of the SOMA Museum of Art. Many structures and paintings were pretty interesting, some were pretty…erm…plain. But I think I just do not how to appreciate those? And we also weren’t allowed to take pictures at some of the galleries so I do not have many pictures of this museum.


One of the more interesting structures


We then stop by at the chocolate cafe for some dessert! the one thing that I really like about Korea, is that there are nice cafes everywhere which serves yummy coffee and dessert!


The peace gate. The Koreans do all sorts of activities here! Picnic, cycling, camping and lots of kids and children just running around and having fun.


Went to the Olympic Park museum next and the best about this museum, it’s free! The exhibits are nice but I’m too lazy to post all the photos!


The concert arena


Taking a picture with my favourite boy in C.N Blue. Typically fans donate rice to charity in the name of their favourite celebrity and hence, the sacks of rice.

Unfortunately, we weren’t allowed to take any photos inside so I don’t have anymore fangirly photos but the concert was super worth it!