I’ll be back soon 🙂 Thanks for your support! I have a lot of plans for 2016 so keep posted! ^^ ~ Mimi ~
Thanksgiving is a very big celebration in the US, where the whole family usually reunites and enjoys a lot of food and conversation through the day. In Europe, however, it is not a holiday. It is not even commercialized like Halloween, for instance, is. My theory is that it is so close to Christmas, the major… Continue reading A very nice Thanksgiving in Korea
Wow, it’s been a long time of silence from my side~ I’ve been busy with several things. I had to rush home for an emergency, then I got a very busy week at work, and now I’m going to Thailand for Chuseok! (Chuseok is the Korean autumn festival, so we get a couple days off… Continue reading Mimi Yu is traveling in Thailand!
Hace tiempo que no escribía en Español, pero hoy es una ocasión especial porque mi blog ¡cumple 100 días! Muchos de ustedes se estarán pensando: ¿desde cuándo se celebran los 100 días de un blog? A lo que yo les responderé que, en verdad, tenía pensado hacer un post especial a los 3 meses, pero hablando con Victor me di cuenta de que 3 meses y 100 días son fechas cercanas entre sí, y que aquí en Corea se suele celebrar los 100 días, tanto de un bebé recién nacido, como de una pareja de enamorados.
Korean love-relationships are somehow different from what we’re used to in Spain or in the US.
Plague Inc. is a game where your main goal is to create a plague strong enough to annihilate all humans in the world. It is really addictive and teaches you some lessons about real life infections. Check it out! 🙂
Some time ago I learnt the basics of HTML and CSS, just for fun and to compete with some friends to see who would complete the online course first. Today, I can finally say it is helpful and has allowed me to personalize my blog posts a bit more. Here are my most used “HTML tricks”
Welcome to my blog! This is Mimi Yu from Spain talking! I have finally started my blog project after living in Korea for 1 year and discovering a lot of cool restaurants, nice cafés, and fun events. Follow me and get to know more about both Korea and Spain!