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
Why I choose here? The very 1st reason I’ve applied to this Uni was because its the cheapest in Seoul. Its 50% cheaper than others. Back in 2012 it was only 1,100,000krw per semester (3months). What Koreans always ask the moment they hear Hansung? Why Hansung and not other uni that have good reputation? Like… Continue reading Korean Language School Hansung University 한성대학교 한국어과정
So my Korean insurance is done and I’m running out of medicine for my Hyperthyroid, I popped into the hospital last Saturday. As it was my 1st time and everyone else had an appointment, I’ve waited for 2.5 hours. I was already pissed with the long wait and when I finally get to see the doctor, she made me… Continue reading My 1st blood test in Korea
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?
This is a super good deal. You can connect to wifi almost anywhere you go. Forget about paying 5,000~8,000won daiy for a portable wifi. It is FREE FREE FREE. This is a super new thing. You can use this tablet like thing as your travel guide, free wifi, discount coupons, subway guide, camera, surf the… Continue reading ~Free wifi in Korea – No daily charges~
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~