the walls in my room.

I guess deep inside, everybody would like to stick whatever they like on their walls. but I’ve never really did it since my mom takes care of our home’s interior. including my room’s. but since I am living here alone, I get to decorate all I want. even though I didn’t decorate it exactly the way I want to. but I’d stick everything which are memorable.

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the poster “how insensitive” is actually from my first Jazz Concert visit to Jazz Park in Gangnam. she was an excellent violinist and I thought the poster was really cute too! and also on the right’s the poster from my first Korean movie here with Megumi, “I am a killer” starring Park Si Hu.  even though he look really really evil (and is charged for rape recently T_T. acting is one thing. their personal life is another. and he could be framed.) I still like him. ^^. and bottom right’s just a picture of Jeju in Winter. thought it was an awesome picture. like a mysterious road to fairyland or something teehee.

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and on this corner of the wall, which is facing me right now, I stuck Santorini postcards because Santorini’s one of the places I’d loveeeeee to go on my Honeymoon (if I ever get married). got it for free actually when I went to the trick eye museum in Busan and they gave us that as souvenirs (well we could’ve won better souvenirs except we were both unlucky). a paper Hanbok which I made in Unhuigung (inside! I know! lucky me. not everyone get to go in!) with a mini one I made out of candy wraps. and a cute postcard I’ve always stared at in ARTBOX. ribbon thingy’s actually from my ex classmate who stuck it on the wrappers of the cakes she used to give us.  a mugshot picture of me which apparently don’t look like me.

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you should know by now that you get free editing service if you take expensive (well not very for such service! and they give you 18 pictures!) passport pictures. costing from 7,000won to 25,000won on average. costs cheaper if you’re a student sometimes. even though edited, my messy hair couldn’t be helped. T_T. plus my make up melted and I was tired. =S.

I have a graduation debate examination (oh no!) next week and is actually just done with my thesis IN KOREAN! busy busy busy I really hope I could blog more. I will when I go through this hell of attending both Yonsei University and Sungkyunkwan University. it’s quite crazy to do it. one advice to anyone who wants to do the same thing, DO NOT DO IT. I am missing out so much. like the welcoming ceremony and performances and a lotttttt of class gatherings T__________T.

sad sad Jamie

but I paid for my lessons here already. so I do not want to waste money and I’d be really really proud to get the level 6 cert =3.

12 Responses to “the walls in my room.”

  1. michelle Says:

    take care and do eat well! <3

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    Jamie Liew Reply:

    yes sir! >< I will tryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.

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  2. simonso Says:

    so niiiiiice :P

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    Jamie Liew Reply:

    thank you simon teehee. =3.

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  3. wietske Says:

    Hi there, sorry for the seemingly random comment.
    I was searching around looking for information on hasukjibs and that’s how I found your website. but this post caught my attention because I recently read a similiar story by one of my friends that is also attending SSKU. She also has a blog finnishgirlinseoulagain.tumblr.com You should check her out and become friends since she is pretty amazing kkkk

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    Jamie Liew Reply:

    =D. thanks!

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  4. Valerie Says:

    Hey Jamie! My name is Valerie, and I am a KL-ian (that is my made up word ㅋㅋㅋ) as well! I am actually curious why Malaysians go to Korea to study! I have a friend who just came back from busan, he too, studied there. I would like to know why you chose korea and what are you majoring in? And is Korean hard to learn (in your experience)? I am obviously into Korean now and am taking up the language. I am also going to study abroad soon and I would like to consider Korea as well :) do reply! Thx

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    Jamie Liew Reply:

    I say that too sometimes haha. Korea because I liked this place since I was 8. but now that I’m actually here it’s MUCH more difficult than I’ve expected T_T. no matter how we study we will not be like the ones who grew up here so there’d be a border no matter what >_<. so I advice you to think well. unless you enroll for english courses then it’s fine. they have it but very limited for SKK. =S. only business and econs here. but I did not take the english one. =S. there are many unfair-to-foreigners stuff here. like being in the same class as other foreigners who grew up here so they’d pull the graph up with their awesome korean in korean class (only for foreigners).

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    Valerie Reply:

    Wow! Thx for the info! Really appreciate it, loving ur blog btw :) how long did it take you to learn Korean? Did u learn it in Korea or Malaysia?

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    Jamie Liew Reply:

    erm I can’t really say because I’ve been watching drama’s since I’m 8 and one of my best friend is korean so I learned a little bit by that but formally it usually takes 1 and a half years to two years IN KOREA to get to my level now. not that I am good in it. at all. T_T. anyway thanks!

  5. Miss Says:

    Level 6, good luck with that :)

    How much is the cost for the language courses in Yonsei? And don’t they offer language classes over at SKK?

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    Jamie Liew Reply:

    very expensive T_T. most expensive in town now I guess. they’ve just raised the price. it’s around 10k ringgit per 2 terms now. I originally wanted to go to Yonsei so I did not apply for SKK =).

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