I’ve been busy here in Austin, Texas!
I partied for almost a week with friends AND family after I finished my last final on Tuesday the 13th, graduated from law school on Saturday the 17th, and started working at a nonprofit law firm on Monday the 20th!
Yes, I like my job and the people I work with, although I am definitely still “learning the ropes.” And, when I come home from work, which is an amazing feeling now that I’ve redecorated my
apartment home, I have so much free time that I just don’t know what to do with it– except relax and do absolutely nothing…
Nothing other than watch my shows and hang out with my friends.
After all, it is summer!
Anyway, I am waiting to start my third job as a proofreader. My second job (I’ve had it for a year or two now) is writing for various clients that I receive through my agent.
Both are remote, so I just work at home.
For me, “play” includes everything from partying (usually with my friends– not my family) to watching my shows to blogging, so stay tuned for more from The “Feeding Your KDrama Addiction” Series along with The Top 6 Reasons People REALLY Go To South Korea and Preparing for Life in Korea: Working in Korea.
In the meantime, HERE is something different to watch, a hilarious web series about life in Ktown for one Korean-American who’s brand spankin’ new to L.A.:
“When John Kim (Lanny Joon) relocates from the comforts of his picket-fence, WASP neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia to the alluring city of Ktown Los Angeles, the land of sultry women, Booking Clubs, and late night taco trucks, his arrival immediately sparks the most epic night of his life. His cousin, Jason (Shane Yoon) introduces John to his audacious crew (Peter Jae, Danny Cho, Sunn Wee, and Bobby Big Phony Choy) who teach John the basic yet inventive ways on how to survive the perfect Friday night in Ktown.”
Honestly, we’ve got late night taco trucks here in Austin, Texas, too. In fact, ours are all day! Other than that little fact I have to add that I LOVED this show because it shows a different side of Korean culture– the (very) American side!
And, my friend and fellow blogger The Traveling Kimchi, who is currently in South Korea, is having an awesome giveaway, so be sure to watch and listen to what she has to say:
As for me…
P.S.: I’m working on an Ask Your Unni thing– just your typical advice column, so start asking me any questions you have about life and love in South Korea on my Ask Your Unni tumblr blog HERE.