I’m hitting the big 3-0 in 3 years. And understandably I’ve conscientiously been trying to mature and become more responsible. Though I’m still the same little girl deep down inside. Nowadays, Going home early from clubs is nothing new, thinking about my savings and how to earn more, planning for the future, thinking about my diet… And although I’m quite well versed with pop culture with my radio show… I must admit some of the new terminology and slang that the “kids” nowadays use is pretty difficult to grasp all at once. WTB (Want To Buy), TBH (To Be Honest), WDYMBT (What Do You Mean By That), IDC (I Don’t Care), WBU (What About You), HMU (Hit Me Up), OOTD? Didn’t it used to be FTW and LOL? or even just ASL? The young-uns nowadays seem to be into every single music festival, the next hot club DJ/producer seems to be getting more and more pre-pubescent, dance music is starting to sound curiously like the soundtrack of a famicom game, and the hipster movement? I don’t even know exactly what a “hipster” is haha.
My husband is a little older than me ;) and somehow even I feel like I’m getting old with how quick the trends, and fads come and go.
What’s great about life though is you know sometimes all it takes is a little magic to bring you back to the days of your youth. And as a child… I always dreamt of seeing snow and experiencing my first snowfall. Luckily GP and I got the opportunity to travel to Korea in February. You see… GP too has never seen snow… Every time we travel its usually in the summer, so when we experienced our very first snowfall together we both felt like kids again. And really all the things they tell you about the experience… How magical it is to see your first snowflake majestically fall from the heavens, how you feel like a child again while making your first snowball or snowman or even a snow angel… We even went snowboarding and skiing in one of the resorts outside of Seoul. We truly loved the entire trip plus don’t forget the shopping in Korea is AWESOME. And I can’t wait to do it again!
Daemyung Vivaldi Park Ski World. Its an hour from Seoul.
You can rent clothes there by the way! We borrowed jackets, pants and shoes for snowboarding and skiing on top of what we had!
Jump for snow!
Our view from the room at night!
It was no joke taking this photo cause of the cold! #selfie :P
Our porma was better the second day ;) feeling pros!
There were 7 to 8 slopes with different levels of difficulty..
Took this on the way home from our ski trip.. So beautiful.
Stayed in Park Hyatt! We had a beautiful corner room with a view!
One of the best desserts!!!
Me figuring out what if it was cat or dog meat… Kidding! Haha
We found their Rodeo Drive!
Interesting stores we saw in Korea.. Look at the cheetah print building!!
We even met Jay Park! (He really has nice skin!)
My first snowfall!
Cant wait for our next adventure!