When cupid hits you twice (at the same time)

This sounds so familiar, right. A classy/cliché plot of Hollywood and Hallmark movies. Actress will meet two guys (lead characters) where first one appears to be more appealing than the other yet she falls for both. This first guy seems so perfect because of his looks/money/manners (and the list goes on) but as movie progresses somehow this perfect guy is not so perfect. He will … Continue reading When cupid hits you twice (at the same time)

Magical snowfall in Jeonju

Jeonju is a small town located at southwest of South Korea. Jeonju has been an important region from centuries. Previously it was capital of South Korea during Hubaekje kingdom. It is very popular for its food. In fact it was chosen as a ‘Creative Cities for Gastronomy’ in 2012. But this city has more to offer than delicious food. The difference in the four seasons … Continue reading Magical snowfall in Jeonju

Autumn in South Korea (Moaksan hiking)

South Korea becomes pretty picturesque when temperature drops and leaves start changing their colours. Reading this article can change your mind if you are not already convinced to visit South Korea in autumn. Also, this article can be your absolute guide if you are living in Jeonju but got no time to hike other popular mountains in big cities during autumn. Here we go to … Continue reading Autumn in South Korea (Moaksan hiking)

Grabbing fruit salad in symposium

Some talks are so effective that they make a small personal memory room in our cortex like having their own studio apartment compare to other memories.  This presentation was about ‘An advanced approach to lifestyle medicine practice: Lesson from everyday epigenetics’ by Jenny Lee (University of North Texas Health Science Center USA) delivered on 26 Feb. 2015 but it’s still fresh in my head as … Continue reading Grabbing fruit salad in symposium