blouse + leather waistcoat H&M TREND / dark grey jeans CHEAP MONDAY / necklace COS / ankle boots ZARA
This has probably been the longest time I have ever stayed away from the blog and I seriously could not wait to get back again. My apologies for this unexpected hiatus though! I am still enjoying my time here in Korea to the fullest and I don't want it to be over which is why I need to use my time wisely and start looking for an internship. My time here is definitely not over yet.
The last post I wrote was about my trip to Busan and a lot has happen since then. Living in Korea made me realize how rude and disrespectful the Dutch society can be. I really had to adjust myself to some of the social rules here, from things like accepting and handing stuff with two hands to standing in line for the subway and buses. I do have to have say that one of the coolest things I have done here is hiking on a mountain and enjoy one of the most gorgeous views ever. Having never done that before I will definitely never forget this experience. Korea is a country with lots of history and culture and the people are one of the nicest people I have met. One thing that did (and still does) make me feel uncomfortable is some of the stares I receive as a foreigner and as a woman of colour. Especially from those little children.
I was wearing this outfit while I was visiting the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. I have been wearing these jeans non stop lately mainly because it started getting extremely could since two weeks ago and I because I haven't been able to update my winter wardrobe. And may I say that they're super comfortable and very easy to combine. One things I found very disappointing is how small some of the sizes are here. Besides the international brands, finding good fitting pants and skirts can sometimes be a bit more difficult for me as I clearly do not fit the Korean standard sizes (which are superduper tiny).