Top 5 Souvenirs You Should Buy in Korea


What do you usually buy as souvenirs when you travel other countries? Small magnets? Cards? Or key chains? You may have had an experience of buying some souvenirs that only took a large portion of your suitcase and never looking at them again. So, Trazy recommends you the top 5 souvenirs from Korea that you won’t regret buying at all.

Dear Korea #120

Look! A new update! Just like I promised! Also, thanks to everyone who came out to watch me stream this comic. Here’s hoping I can do it again next week!

Over the years, it seems like more and more western goodies have been making their way to South Korea. It’s kind of getting to the point where there’s no real reason for me to bring things from home anymore. Granted, there are still a large number of items that don’t exist here (more mac n cheese, please!), but it’s no longer impossible to find necessities and luxury items that I used to beg my friends and families from back home to send me.

The bad thing is that I now have to try a lot harder when purchasing gifts from home for my Korean friends and students. The promises of “cool American snacks” just doesn’t have the same draw when they can run out and get everything themselves.

Happy Anniversary!

Hey readers! This week, instead of a comic, you get to see what I made as an anniversary gift for my very special guy. The actual day was yesterday (technically today in the states), but I figured it would be best to let him enjoy it first before posting it on the internet.

It’s kind of weird to see how much people can change in a little less than a decade, huh? As for me, I don’t think I’ve changed much. If anything, I’ve just learned to hide the ultra nerdy fangirl a little better. That being said, I can totally see why I was picked on when I was younger. I’m pretty sure I’d pick on younger me as well.

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