Coming back was easy, the hard part was to forget.

I was asked to write about my favor experience of living in another place and then what happened when he returned for a project. This was what I wrote: I went to Seoul, South Korea to study an exchange semester … one semester that changed into two. After living three months there I knew that…

Some memories of Seoul.

I lived in Seoul for eight months while a student exchange at the University of Chung Ang. They were eight months that led me to understand a little more of the world and my own personality. Of my life in Seoul I remember the mornings, afternoons and nights that I ran through the streets of…

What I haven’t written.

Everyday that goes by I go further and further from what it was, those fantastic trips that taught me to wander often and better, from those places that I have written so little and that I should field entire notebooks with them, because there is so much to say. My mind goes away and it…

Some memories of South Korea and my desire to return

Some of my friends have go back in some way to South Korea and an overwhelming desire to return has invaded me. I would like to walk again in those streets and to see the city lights from a korean temple on the top of a little hill. I want to drink soju and get drunk…

Daechon; my weekend runaway.

Seoul is an amazing city, but sometimes it has so much movement that you can get tired of it. And I felt it 3 months after I moved there. I needed something different, go out from there and be with myself. So, a saturday I decided to visit a friend living in Suwon, eat there…

The meeting arranged by destiy

There have been two countries that have marked my life. Korea, more than a year now, and Uganda. Both of them, I think, have been places where the life had pushed me to them. I never thought I was going to go to Korea, it never crossed my mind in my life, but one thing led…

The moments where the time stood still.

I will talk about the places I’ve been, but not now. At least not in its entirety or in great detail. I’ve decided that today I will talk about those moments where I was in an unfamiliar place and I felt my heart stop with time. And something special made ​​me sigh. In South Korea…