OMG!! Only 40 days more till I walk down the aisle. Not in a wedding dress but a hanbok (traditional korean dress). Finally my mobile invitation is done. Friends can just click on a link and see my wedding invitation. Cool huh?? And my video before the reception starts is out too. I was in… Continue reading D-40 till my big day.
So its a little more than 2 months till MY day ^^ People around me keep asking if I need help with preparations? if I do not feel stressed out? The answer is NO. I still sit back and relax. Its like there is nothing to do. Next weekend, we’ll be taking our wedding pictures, getting… Continue reading D-64 Till My Reception Day
Its less than 3 months till our reception. I’ve picked 10 wedding cards designs that I like yesterday. I am so happy that I’ve found this website. Some others, I’ll have to pay for delivery. Today the samples arrived. Its all just too cute. Ask for yours now at http://www.itscard.co.kr
Our reception day is approaching. We’ve ordered our wedding cards 2 days ago and am expecting to receive it tomorrow 🙂 The card we wanted was on 200won/pc promotion. We ordered 200pcs of invitation card, which was suppose to cost us 40,000krw. But guess what?? We got a 10% early bird promo + another 2,000krw… Continue reading D-72 Korean Wedding Card
This is not difficult at all. Ask your spouse to print out his birth cert, your marriage cert and family relation cert. Then bring those cert together with your passport, 2 pictures and 60,000krw. Fill in the Visa application form, get a number and wait to be called. Hand in all documents above, except money.… Continue reading Applying for a F6 Alien Card
I’ve been living here for 4 years. Since I am always being lazy at home, I was like okay I’m gonna go for a swim. Found a place near me in Daejeon called 국민생활관 (kuk min saeng hwal gwan). Lessons are pretty cheap. 50,000krw for 1 month, 4 times a week, 50 minutes a day.… Continue reading Imagine swimming with 5-8 person in ONE lane?
Now that you’ve got your Korean Marriage cert translated and notarized, go to the Malaysian Embassy with your husband to register the Malaysian side. As for me, my husband could not take the day off so I’ve asked for the application form in advance. He’ll just need to sign it. Leave whatever you are not… Continue reading ~Register Marriage for Malaysian side~