4.11.2013

Korea on Instagram

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Korea Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V!
If you've been following me on Instagram, you'd know about my recent family trip to Korea. We went there for five days and had absolute fun while shivering in the cold. We tropical folks aren't quite used to a temperature of 2 degrees, but we managed to make the most of it. After all, we came home to a scorching hot 35 degrees, so we were glad for that cold respite.


I did manage to layer on clothes and use scarves and jackets that have long been collecting dust, because they would just kill me with the sweltering heat of Manila. (I'd just might suffocate from too much clothing. lol.) When I finally get to sort through all the 1,000++ photos, I promise to show you the highlights. :D

(These are the two runaway cast members from The Hobbit. I kid, they're a candid shot I took of my sister and her fiance as we were about to leave Everland. The photo on the right is the discovery of the missing Lion Queen.)


Our Korea trip also had an underlying purpose. As you may well know from this and this post, my sister's getting married in December. So we decided to make use of my new camera and do an amateur engagement style shoot. I was just glad to be able to flex my creativity once in a while and having willing and eager models made my job so much easier. I hope to share with you the various lovey-dovey shots I took of the both of them!

Wait for it! :)

Hugs,
The Belated Bloomer

18 comments:

  1. wow, looks like Korea's going to be in my go to list now!

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    1. Given the chance, I'd love to go back! Bitin!

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  2. lovely shots! kamiss ang korea! ♥

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  3. That Korean Forever 21 looks amazing! I really hope you had fun Abi!

    xo

    Ashley

    Southern (California) Belle

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    1. 5-storeys! Too bad we arrived at about half an hour to closing time. I didn't really get to shop. :|

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  4. Awesome! Looks like you had a great trip to Korea, and how exciting that your sister is getting married :)

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    1. We did! One of the best family trips ever!

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  5. Ohh, Korean food - there's none of that around here.

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    1. It's quite simple, but delicious. Hope you get a chance to try it. :)

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  6. hahah awww love the photo of you with the curly wig. that was adorable. also, i'd kill for 35 degrees right now. right now in chicago it's cold and rainy and blaaah. bring on the beach weather!!

    xo Marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

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    1. We all want what we don't have, yeah? :) Haha!

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  7. Great photos!! You're so cute and that food looks delicious! haha

    Hope you have a Splendid Sunday!

    xoxo

    Crystal

    My Blog, Crystal Chizoba

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