The Phantom

    If you have been following this blog for a while, you must know that I love theatre and performances . Earlier this year I watched Wicked, Nanta and enjoyed my 1st concert.Yet there was one production in particular that … Continue reading

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Visiting the other Korea…

Last Saturday Faraaz and I did one  of our famous day trips. This time we went to the DeMilitarized Zone(DMZ).  The DMZ is the no-mans land that separates the two Korea’s–countries that after more than 50 years are still technically … Continue reading

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It’s been a while!

“Sorry I haven’t blogged in a while, but real life has returned.” Ah, real life. That old fiend, in his many masks- work, school, family, friends, relationships…it all piles up, and something has to give. The thought that I haven’t … Continue reading

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Maroon 5 Magic

Aneesa: A while back I read a blog post about a man who was taking his daughter to a Miley Cyrus concert. What struck me about this blog post was that his daughter’s first concert was also his first concert. … Continue reading

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Fabulous and funny Nanta!

Aneesa: Last Saturday Faraaz and I headed to Seoul to watch some amazing performances. The first of which was Nanta! I have been longing to see this show since last year but for some reason, only really got a chance … Continue reading

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Jeonju: REAL Korea

Aneesa: When I came to Korea and started traveling around South East Asia, I made a pact with myself: I would ensure that I went to all 9 of Korea’s provinces at least once. I didn’t want to be one … Continue reading

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Messing with Masterpieces

Faraaz and Aneesa: Seoul is a city for art lovers. From sculpture gardens to galleries, the city is full of cultural spaces dedicated to all things artsy. Hongdae is a neighbourhood particularly known for its art scene, with many of … Continue reading

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A festive feast: Eid-ul-Fitr

Aneesa: A while back I wrote a post on Ramadaan. I tried my best to make it accessible for all our readers and it was quite well-received. Today I will write a long overdue post about the end of Ramadaan, … Continue reading

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This one’s for the ladies…

Aneesa: Recently our posts have been deviating from the intial reason this blog was started: 1. To help/advise other expats living in Korea. 2. To tell the rest of the world about what is going on here in Korea. So … Continue reading

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