I'm not sure where my love for South Korea started but let's just say the food started it all. What I love most about Koreans is that they use everything, and I mean everything in their cooking. Some of which being Nigerian I'm not surprised to see, like chicken feet for example. But some foods like, sundae, (blood sausage), is something I wonder if I should try or not. I am open to trying it though, but still probably not, or maybe. And then there are some vegetables that they use that I didn’t even think were edible like dandelion or pumpkin leaves. Anyway, here are my four Korean favorites for now, it will definitely change.
She weeps for the nation that killed her children.
She weeps for those who were lost trying to change right from wrong.
To change from old to the new.
I have been watching K-dramas for years now, and I can't remember my very first one but among the very first was Oh my Ghost, which for some reason I still haven’t gotten around to finishing. K-dramas mostly have romance, not all but some, there is also comedy, horror, crime among others. I have learnt a lot and I also noticed that my tastes in movies have changed too. For example, kissing scenes in some K-dramas are pretty PG so when I decide to watch an American movie, and the kiss scenes are not as PG I feel pretty uncomfortable. But I still watch it though. So here are some things I have learnt or noticed by watching K-dramas.
This is a poem, (sort of), of things that happen once in a lifetime.
You turn one
You say your first words
You learn to take a dump