Hello! I'm Michelle

a twenty-something kawaii lifestyle blogger, and creator of Mooeyandfriends, based in the United States. On my blog, I share rambles of my daily life, advice, DIY, crochet patterns, stationery-related posts.

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Currently ♥ No. 48

Currently
Watching: Titans! This show is available on Netflix in South Korea!
Drinking: Coffee and water
Eating: A bunch of Korean snacks
Loving: All the cuteness of South Korea!
Feeling: Homesick
Excited for: My Korean class to start next week. I've been feeling really homesick and lonely, plus I'm pretty sure I've been experiencing culture shock since arriving in Korea. I really want my class to start so I can distract myself from my thoughts.
Practicing: Trying to improve my Korean.
Working on: How to take blog photos in this tiny room. Every time I try to take flatlays you can see the shadow of my hand or camera. I've been working on my angles which is why this photo is slanted. lol
Quote: The "earth" without "art" is "eh."

This is my first blog post written in South Korea! Follow me on Instagram to follow all of my Korean adventures. By the way, what time should I post my blog posts? Should I stick to my 3:30 EST posting schedule or change it up or do you even care?

Comments

  1. I hope that you start to feel better. Perhaps when it starts to feel like home, you make friends, and do all the kawaii shopping! Wishing you the best of luck! 💜

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    1. Thank you! I definitely think once I start my class that I'll be able to meet others in a similar situation as me. ♥

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  2. My friend studying in Konkuk University right now and I got the chance to visit her recently. I totally understand how you feels. She said she was homesick for weeks but after that she finally embracing the culture and loving it. I agree with you, once the class starts it will distracts you from your thoughts.

    Your photo is so lovely, korean guesthouse/hostel rooms can be a bit hard to take photos because most of them doesn't have a window or too small and the fluorescent lights is so annoying but you did a great job.

    No matter what time you publish your blog posts, I'll make sure to read it and leave a comment :)
    May you have a great time there.

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    1. Awww, thank you for your sweet comment! I'm staying in a Goshiwon and the room is very very small! My room does have a window but it gets no sunlight because it's behind a building. ♥

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