I’m back with another ‘pull it together’ book list, and I have to get these off my chest right now and hopefully move on to happier material. Not all of these are depressing, but they certainly aren’t a walk in the park either. So here’s what I’ve read from April (though technically I finished City of Brass in late March) to June!
I got a ton of reading done this quarter thanks to the apps Libby and Overdrive, and wanted to share a quick list of them. You can also follow me on Goodreads now (yes, I finally made one^^)
My first taste of Korean literature was almost entirely nonfiction, as I was consuming a lot of content about North Korea during my time at university. When I finally dove into the world of fiction, I came across three authors in particular that I really latched on to and would love to share them with you today!
My boyfriend is not a fan of photos (whether its taking them or being in them) so this video took a lot of persuading. Luckily, he’s been getting more and more curious about my channel as we watched our little community grow, so he felt more comfortable participating - so thanks, guys!
My first experience with Korea was the summer of 2012. I was a junior in college and regardless of the fact that I was a very healthy weight, I was painfully obsessed with my body’s shape and size.
Being insecure about your body causes you to do things that only others suffering the same self hate could understand. Looking at every pair of thighs on the street comparing their size to mine, not even bothering to browse the sleeveless section in stores because I know I’d never show my fat upper arms, and the like.
Hi guys! I've been getting a lot of questions about what books I've been reading lately and I decided to put them all together in an end-of summer book haul of sorts haha! Hope you enjoy and I'd love to know what you've been reading!
In case you're new here, my love of Haruki Murakami is no secret. My first tattoo was actually inspired by his novel Dance Dance Dance!
So imagine my delight when I found not one, but three cafes inspired by him here in Seoul all within walking distance of each other. Let's take a look at them~
June has probably been the month during which I've read the most books in a long time. After my mom let me know about the awesome app that is Libby, I was reading up a storm! While I don't know if I'll ever give up my preference for physical books, I thoroughly enjoyed using my digital library this month and plan to continue! Without further ado, here's what I read in June!