Saturday, March 31, 2012

Last Day in Korea


Today is my last day in Korea, which always makes me sad. I feel like Korea is rooted deep inside me somewhere, so no matter where I go or where I live, Korea will always be a part of me.

On a lighter note... I think I need a bigger suitcase!




Tomorrow my Mom and I go to Kyoto...

love,
프리실라 안

18 comments:

  1. So sweet! Actually, I couldn't see you in this time.. But i hope to see you next time. Good bye! Amd see you next time :-)

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  2. any chance you're gonna be performing at Pentaport or Jisan this year?

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  3. I hope that you had a good time while you were there. I always gain like, 10 pounds whenever I'm in Korea for more than two weeks.

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    1. Me too!!! Too much good food, and for some reason my family is always eating and they never gain a pound!

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  4. I feel the same way :)

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  5. Korea will always be a part of you, and I'm sure you'll always be a part of Korea. *from a Vancouver fan who knows what it's like to have a home away from home.

    PS: You shoot such beautiful pictures!

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  6. So you bought the donut pillow! Hope you had a good time here and come back soon :) Lots of love from Korea, 현진

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  7. I love that picture of the wave crashing against the rock. And I'd say, yes, you need a designated pillow suitcase. :) Hope you and your mom have fun in Kyoto! Are you touring or just leisurely traveling?

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    1. A little bit of work, but no shows. Next time I hope!! And the rest just leisurely travel.. :)

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  8. Dear Ms. Priscilla,

    Hello. I was just wondering if you do covers of other artists songs? I just keep listening to this particular song and I always imagine you singing it and the thought is always there. I didn't know how else to 'un-bug' me with this thought (which i meant would be a dream if you sang this particular song... :)) Its the wonderful song titled 'Stop this Train' by John Mayer. I just think it fits you too.

    Btw I think Korea's wonderful! Your blog is wonderful. I can't wait for your next record! Thank you.

    Alexis

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  9. Yaaay! I want one of these! Where did you find them?

    Love.
    Vi'.

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    1. I got them from the Lotte Mart. But they're made by "POPO-LE" I think?

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  10. I really enjoyed your segment on SSK's radio show =)! Excited about your Korean album and hope you get to come back to Seoul for a concert sometime. Where did you get the food pillows??

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  11. Oh lucky you ! enjoy your trip in Kyoto :)

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  12. Damn, those are some big pillows. Last time I travelled to Korea was in 1994 and I was sedated most of the trip cus of a surgery. Don't remember much, but it was mad fun. Hope to go back sometime soon. Glad you're keeping in touch with your roots, I'm sure your mom is very proud.

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  13. You Are so lovely!!! Enjoy the trip!

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