Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Big Bang 0.to.10 Concert in Seoul

Hello! 

Any VIP readers here? I know you're excited. Some of you might be going to the MADE tour in Malaysia (1 October) soon. I'm here to share some excitement with you. Well, I am! Still excited about it after more than a month of watching the first k-pop concert ever in my whole life, in Seoul on top of that. *glittery eyes*


The first battle


Getting a Big Bang concert ticket is like going for a war. In Korea, people recruit/build a team to do that. They go to PC cafe and open ridiculously bundle of tabs to get that ticket. As for me, I asked some friends (Malays & Koreans) who are in Korea to buy it for me. But the tickets were gone in seconds. 0_0 *thunders*



That was the second round of ticket buying fyi. Since none of them got to buy any from their official website, my lovely sister from other parents helped me to find it on Twitter (Saranghe Silla nae dongsaeng). So, I basically bought the concert ticket from a third party but it wasn't as expensive as those official re-seller's website. Still, my plan to Hong Kong Disneyland this year is postponed so I can go to the concert. LOL






After purchasing the ticket, I wasn't that excited because the physical ticket was officially posted about 2 weeks later. I went to watch Big Bang MADE movie (thanks Hani :*) in Malaysia and that was the moment I thought, "man.. it's gonna be a crazy ride".


And yeah it was. Read further to know how/why.



The preparation mode



I was nervous about going to the concert because of my standing ticket. And I'm alone! When I read Korean blogs on how it was like, many of the blogs mentioned that it will be really tiring, hot & pushing people at the standing zone. I also read about things I should do/bring for the concert. These are what I bought with me:



  • Mineral water (you MUST keep yourself hydrated)
  • Snacks (bought samgap gimbap and soda)
  • Money (to buy some merchandises)
  • Tissue (to wipe my sweat or in case I got emotional and cried LOL)
Other than that, I dressed comfortably with sport shoes, loose shirt, and a backpack. I put on light makeup because I knew there's no point of having too much makeup (but I'm amazed how many of Korean fans stay with full-makeup until the end of the concert when I saw them in the subway haha).

Besides all the preparation, I booked a bed in Hapjeong, 4 stations away from the stadium because the crowds are no joke and getting on a 40-mins subway back to my friend's (Konkuk university) might not be a good idea after all the standing. Of course I'm right.



D-day

I'm at standing C! <3

I checked in the hostel on the day of the concert, which as usual, I woke up late and ended up arriving at the hostel around 12pm. Me and my tardiness lol. 


Burning Heart Hostel in Hapjeong
One bed in 6-bed female dormitory room
The room was okay for one night stay since it's the cheapest I could find. Besides, I met 2 lovely ladies (1 Chinese and 1 Korean) who were staying there for the same purpose. We were fangirling at night and watched each other's pictures and videos after the concert.


 Moving on.. I arrived at the stadium around 1pm and queued right away for the merchandises. I actually wanted to get the light stick so that y'know.. I can feel belonged to the concert. X'D 

It was freaking hot that day. 


You can't see any line, do you?




So I waited patiently while snacking, drinking vitamin water and mineral water that I bought. After like 2-3 hours, I really can't stand the hotness so I bought a hand fan (the one with batteries) that last for like an hour T____T

While I was queuing I heard some Koreans said that there are several booths that sell only lightstick and it doesn't even take 15 minutes. *jaw-dropped* I knew that around  4pm and I was alone! I can't give up my space now and bet for another chance at other booths that I don't know where! So I thought since I already waited 4 hours, let's wait a bit more (I can see the cashier by then). 

Or so I thought..... *insert suspense cue music* Guess what? I gave up around 5pm even though I was almost near the cashier because the website mentioned that the ones with standing tickets need to go in by that time. Kim said, from the blogs he read, those who were late might have no choice but going to other section later. I was so scared so I ran to the main gate like my life is going to end soon. Okay. That's exaggerating.  

When I got in the stadium, I waited for another 1 hour before they let us in our standing zone. Really regretted not to wait a bit more for the lightsticks. T___T *cry a river*
I received a wrist band as they teared off the concert ticket which then made me feel good knowing that it's limited. >.<

Not everyone's able to get the wristband. <3 <3



How it looked like when I just got in around 5pm.


Another view of the stadium omg omg oppaaaa hahahahah XD
Now, going into the C section is no joke. We have to get down to the ground level of the stadium but people started pushing one another. It wasn't in control. Some Korean fans were saying how unbelievable the concert this time. One Korean friend I met said it was her 5th Big Bang concert but this one was the worst in terms of management. I can't believe how they just didn't check our waiting number (for entrance) as we entered as well like someone can easily go to the other section. Little that I know, around 65,000 people came to watch that concert (the next day).

Before the concert, a DJ was playing some BB songs. Around 7.30pm, it started with an entrance of the kings. A Chinese girl next to me was screaming out loud I was startled a girl can scream that loud. XD 

I can't recall the sequences of the songs but I was devastated my wristband did not light up like everyone else. I even asked the girls around me and said they don't know why while looking at me with a pity face. I thought I'm gonna cry when they sing "IF YOU" and the light from others' wristbands were blinking in one except mine! TT____TT 

I would say this is the second regret I had that day. :'(


That's the end of the concert.


Came out a bit later as I need to recover my energy  after jamming for almost 3 hours. lol

Overall, of course all BB members were amazing. Daesung and Seungri talked with the audience a lot. GD & TOP, well... with their own charisma as always. Taeyang's voice is powerful, as usual. I'm glad I was a part of the concert but I still wish it could be better with the wristband part despite the fact that I didn't get to buy any lightstick before that. Satu lagi, I think I never sweat that much in my whole life ever. Baju basah, kaki tak rasa, pinggang dah macam nak tercabut. Perghh memang barai-gila barai. Hahaha. 

My biggest tips for the concert are:

  • Get a friend or better, a small group. Even if you didn't plan to buy some merchandises, during the concert, there were lots of VIPs from Chinese and Japanese other countries giving out banners, hand fans of your favourite oppa and goodies etc.  So each can go out and about finding what they can get around for free.
  • Don't be late. Go early like right after the sunrise if you can. LOL. That day, there was a booth distributing free masks purposely for the concert which I can't find where as I said, I wasted 4 hours for merchandises.
  • Learn some chants if you don't wanna be like me - I was amazed at every single thing happened throughout the concert. Kalau tau certain chants baru feeling lebih sikit. I bukan VIP tegar so I tak hafal all the lyrics or even know setiap satu lirik lagu. I just enjoyed the music and remembered the rhythms and all.

Hope this post helps (or at least make you feel excited kkk). If I were given a chance to go again, I would go with Kim - force him maybe? I saw some couples supporting each other during the concert and how some Korean boyfriends being (over)protective kipaskan awek diorang lah, suap air/snacks ah bagai, suruh awek duduk bawah pokok and beraturkan untuk merchandise, payungkan kepala awek dari sunlight dengan tangan lah kahkahkah. 
Kalau tak pun ada member yang boleh sesama feling bae bae bae pun boleh dah. 

Oh. If you want to watch some of the videos I recorded, please check on my ig: @snfad_diela or click on these links:




Farewell smile after concert be like.
Have fun at the concert guys!

Sunday, 25 September 2016

Pakej Seoul + Jeju 7 Hari 6 Malam

Assalamualaikum. Hello! 

I'm back! And I'm back with a new package for #kimfadtourguide which is 7D6N Seoul + Jeju. We're so excited to announce this package since long time ago. Now is the right time!

If you're interested to go around Seoul and Jeju island with a Malaysian muslim tour guide (at an affordable price on top of that), please read further before you proceed with the booking. 

Let's jump into the price (what you want to know the most, isn't it?)



7 Days 6 nights (Seoul + Jeju)

2-3 pax: RM3900
4-5 pax: RM3100
6-9 pax: RM2750
10-30 pax: RM2450

*price per 1 adult
*child share room with 1 adult - 100% of adult fare
*child share room with 2 adults (with bed) - 75% of adult fare
*chils share room with two adults (without bed) - 60% of adult fare

Included (in Seoul):


  • Accommodation : Guesthouse 
  • Meals   : As specified in the itinerary
  • Entrance fee   : As specified in the itinerary 
  • Transport  : Public transportation (subway & bus) 
  • Tour guide   : speaks Malay, Korean & English (9am-6pm) 



Tour fare EXCLUDED: 

  • Flight tickets KL-Seoul-KL
  • Optional tour
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal expenses (extra meals, shopping, coffee, taxis, laundry etc)
Included (in Jeju island):

  • Airport pickup & drop off
  • Accommodation (guesthouse private room)
  • Private car + driver
  • Malay + Korean speaking guide 
  • Meals (Breakfast at guesthouse, Lunch & Dinner at Korean restaurants)
  • Entrance fees to attractions
Does NOT include flight Seoul-Jeju (can be arranged. Price varies on season)


Itinerary

Day 1:
  • Arrival in Incheon International Airport
  • Myeongdong
  • Namsan Tower
  • Namsangol Hanok Village
Day 2:
  • Nami Island
Day 3:

  • Gyeongbuk Palace
  • Insadong
  • Gwanghwamun Square
  • Cheonggyecheon
Day 4:
  • Namdaemun market
  • Dongdaemun Design Plaza/Gwanjang Market
  • Itaewon Mosque & Street
Day 5:
  • Depart to Gimpo airport
  • Flight to Jeju Island
  • Gimnyeong Seonsegi Beach
  • Seopjikoji
Day 6:

  • Hallasan Mountain (no hiking)
  • Jesangjolli Cliff
  • Cheonjeyeon Falls
  • Sanbangsan & Yongmeori Coast
  • O'Sulloc Green Tea Farm
Day 7:
  • Flight back to Incheon Airport
  • Flight back to Malaysia

**note that itinerary is flexible and can be changed except for joined trip


So, ready to go on a trip with us? PM/email us for more details on our FB page: Ke Korea Kimfad // kimfadtravelmate@gmail.com // Follow us on Instagram: @kimfadtourguide


See you in Korea soon! ^_^

Sunday, 17 July 2016

Where to Get Facial Treatment in Seoul?

Hello everyone!


I went to Hushu Clinic to try out their facial treatment’s package last spring (April 2016). I’ve been wanted to try out Korean style aesthetic care so I thought I should try it. I have to say it’s the best facial treatment I’ve ever tried! Ok first of all, my last facial treatment in Malaysia was like more than 5 years ago. So, I’m not really sure if many of the facial treatments we have in Malaysia right now have been upgraded. Anyway, you can compare what I’ve received with the one you do in Malaysia if you want but do know that Korea is known for its best Korean cosmetics & surgeries. *grin*

Let’s start with the environment. My friend said customer service in Korea is no joke. I guess most of them are right. The condition and environment of the clinic is so comfy and relaxing. The staffs are nice and throughout the facial process they kept asking if I’m fine and did the facial massage softly.

At the waiting area.

Makeup room



Pretty lighting and hallway I just had to stop and took a selfie lol



Then, I began the session by cleaning up my makeup (they did this for me nicely) and scanning my bare face through a machine to see my skin type. This one is amazing! The name is VISIA for skin analyzer. It’s a whole face scanning where it’s automated and it tells your skin type precisely like what the major problem your skin has and even your skin age compared to your own, literally age! How cool is that?

The VISIA machine

Before scanning my bare face
Details

So my age is 23 but my skin age is 20 <3 <3 <3


The price for VISIA is only KRW10,000. YESS! *vomit rainbows*

The machine itself didn't tell (obviously it can't talk) you directly but you saw your skin type through the images and percentages as shown above. Then they took me to the aesthetic doctor who explained everything to me. Even if you don't wanna do the treatment, I think it's worth to know your skin problems but of course, why come all the way if you don't try? *raise eyebrows*


After scanning my skin, I began the treatment. The clinic receives many clients from Islamic countries and they are aware of what we can and cannot do like "NO surgery", no exposing of hair etc which I think is very considerate of them to do so. :)





They are very generous with the amount of moisturizer they massaged into my face. I dozed off because of the comfortableness. Oh you can tell? LOL.

Ok. Now I know many of you are curious to how much it cost by now.
Roughly, they have a few packages like acne, peeling, moisturizing etc. 
The one I tried were aqua peeling (for pore problem) and intensive + moisturizing care if I'm not mistaken. The price would cost around KRW150,000 to KRW400,000 per session. I think almost the same price in Malaysia but better facilities and service I guess. ^^

If you’re interested, you can email them to know the exact price and make an appointment!



Here's the details:


Website : http://dermatology.hus-hu.com/
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/dermatology.hushu/
Email : hushuskin.eng2@gmail.com
Phone No.: +82-2-1588-7536 
Location: Line 3, Apgujong station, near Exit 3.

Trust me, you won't regret it! ^^


Till then, bye!

Friday, 17 June 2016

Spicy Chicken Ramyun: Halal/Haram?

Assalamualaikum w.b.t.,


Bulan-bulan puasa ni makan ramyun (instant noodles) pun rasa macam makan mee goreng basah sesedap rasa. Agaknya sebab tu ramai yang DM dekat Instagram tanya ramyun Korean yang Spicy Chicken tu halal ke tak. Nak berbuka makan ramyun pedas dan sedap ini ye? I explained about it earlier on my ig (was it like 2 months ago?) but I guess it didn't really help so I guess this post will be the last one and will be elaborated for those who seek further info.


Issue 1: Haram sebab kilang buat ramyun proses pork. 


First, kilang untuk proses ramyun yang halal TAK SAMA dengan yang tak halal. Nak percaya atau tidak, pihak yang bertanggungjawab dah pun keluarkan statement.




Boleh cari page "Halal Korea" di fb untuk updates makanan halal Korea

from page HALAL IN KOREA
Kat FB tu ada satu page Halal Korea yang bertanggungjawab tentang isu dan produk halal di Korea. Mohon cari, mohon baca, mohon hadam. Satu lagi page, Halal in Korea. Boleh lah tengok makanan apa lagi boleh makan ye. 
 Jangan dok cari profile Edward Kim lah, Hamba Allah lah, Samyang Halalan Toyiban segala. Diorang tu entah siapa entah pernah duduk Korea ke entah, suka membaca ke entah, entah tahu bahasa Korea mahupun tahu menatang apakah itu ramyun ke entah. Haa kau banyak sangat entah.


Issue 2: Haram sebab ramyun ada pork. 


Now, bahan dalam ramyun TIADA pork. This is the latest issue, one post on FB that my friend shared to me earlier this morning (17th June) saying that the ramyun has got pork inside which is so wrong.




So yeah, this girl can spot (dwaeji gogi = pork) on the list of ingredients behind the packaging. I'm not sure whether she can read Hangeul and understand the meaning or merely reading. But what it says about pork (the one being circled in red) on the package is that the factory deals with other ingredients like buckwheat, ketam etc etc. So this goes back to Issue 1. 


Other mr.-know-it-all post is this:


Kemain menjejaki badaiku viral.

Ini zaman bila punya gambar, tak tahu lah Kak Ton. Previously, Samyang produced only halal ramyun with halal logo on the big packet consisted of 4-5 small packets inside without halal logo. They don't have halal ramyun cup as shown in the picture above at that time. Disclaimer: sekarang dah ada cup ramyun with halal logo.


Besides, Halal Korea already came out with a statement that the original packets in Hangul (Korean characters) without halal logo is used to attract more buyers. Senang cerita, orang yang gila Korea ni nampak tulisan Korea, lagi cepat dia nak membeli. Baru nampak lagi sedap sebab packaging pun original dari Kroea. But, I believe there are now multipackage with smaller packets both with halal logo to avoid misunderstanding or any online shops who take it for granted like these:








Sadly, there are more online sellers on ig claiming what they sell are halal. But read this:



Sampai pihak bertanggungjawab keluarkan notis macam ni. Ingat ye. Yang halal cuma ADA COP HALAL. Jadi kalau boleh elakkan beli ramyun single pack tanpa cop halal sebab tak tau yang itu dari pek dengan cop halal atau tak.



Ada pulak yang memandai cakap cop HACCP is cop halal. Ewah.. Cop tu maksudnya produk selamat dimakan je diknon. Takde kena mengena halal/tak. =.= 


Lala Yuki Silla is a close friend of mine (as well as KimFad's assistant) yang deal dengan pihak Samyang in the first place untuk keluarkan ramyun halal untuk orang Islam di Korea. Dia dapat produk direct dari kilang lepas ambil pre-order yang banyak setiap batch. Ramyun pedas ni takkan jumpa yang halal di Korea sebab yang halal hanya untuk diimport ke luar negara yang lebih banyak demand macam Malaysia dan hanya Cik Silla kita ni je yang ada jual di Korea sana sebab dah dia yang deal dan belajar kat sana. Jadi jangan pulak dok belek cari yang halal dekat convenience store kalau pergi Korea. Memang takkan jumpa. 

Kat Malaysia ni, pergi lah AEON or AEON BIG, boleh jumpa yang halal. In fact, lagi murah dari beli online. I bought all Shin Ramyun, Spicy Chicken Ramyun, Samyang or Yukgaejang from AEON/BIG. Yang tinggal kawasan takde AEON tu, maaf lah tak dapek den nak nolong..


Kalau share ke apa tolong lah siasat betul-betul sebelum share. Google kan ada. Lagi satu, Farah Lee (Please find her on fb. She had been studying in Korea for years) pun dah post pasal benda yang sama. Kalau masih was-was, tak perlu makan, tak perlu dok pandang serong orang yang makan, setel. Pening hakak jawab message korangs. Kekadang bukan tanya pasal ramyun ni je. Segala jenis snacks, makanans, chocolates, minumans semua dm. Mintak maaf bebanyak, bukan tak nak jawab. Tapi.....


Mohon baca tweet ituuuuu..



Sekian sahaja posting kali ni. Semoga bermanfaat. 
Terima kasih. 

Friday, 3 June 2016

Life in Korea: First Impression & Adapting Process (Part 1)

Assalamualaikum and hi! ^^

Even though I have set a goal to blog once a week this month, I just can't.. Totally busy with the spring trip (10 days in Seoul) and of course.. assignments, exams, projects etc etc. *excuse excuse* >.<

Since I've been travelling back and forth KL-Seoul, I thought it's time for me to reflect on the journey I had previously- living in Seoul for a year.


As some of you might have known, Korea has a homogeneous society. I wasn't aware of that until I arrived for the first time...

1) Muka se-pattern


Malaysian yang pernah datang Korea maybe akan rasa benda yang sama. Muka orang Korea ni nampak samaaaaa je semua. Tak macam kat Malaysia, ada bermacam rupa, warna dan bentuk haha.

So, mula-mula sampai memang rasa macam pelik gila. Tapi bukan I sorang je pelik tengok orang Korea ni. Orang Korea mestilah lagi pelik tengok I. (Oh. I'm trying to change from pronoun, "aku" to "I" for the sake of adik-adik dan akak-akak yang membaca blog ku ini hehe). Sebab apa tau? Masih ramai orang Korea yang tak pernah nampak orang berhijab. Lagi-lagi kalau balik kampung kat Daejon tu, mesti ramai orang pandang dua kali. Kalau jalan pegang tangan dengan Kim, lagilaaaa lol.

Lepastu ramai akan tanya, "Indonesia?" hahaha. Bila tanya Kim kenapa dorang asyik tanya Indonesia je tak tanya Malaysia pun? Dia jawab, sama lah macam kita tak boleh bezakan orang putih tu dari Amarika ke UK ke Australia ke. Ok apa-apa je la. So, that's my first impression.












2) Bersih

  

Memang tak dinafikan, walaupun tong sampah susah nak jumpa, tempat dorang memang bersih even yang berniaga gerai-gerai kecil tu. Then I found out that their cleaning engineers clean up the street and take the rubbish at midnight or dawn. Masa orang lain sibuk tidur, datanglah lori kutip sampah ni bersihkan jalan, ambil sampah-sampah yang orang kedai dah asingkan semua siap-siap letak tepi jalan.




3) Koreans are efficient

Separation of waste dekat rumah adik ipar. >.<

This is a culture I learn by heart throughout my stay. And of course lah sepanjang kahwin orang Korea ni memang banyak kali kena tarbiyah dengan Kim suruh jadi efisyen sikit. Contohnya macam cara buang sampah kat sana. Punyalah payah! Kotak, botol, plastik kena masuk recycle. Sisa buangan makanan plastik khas. Tisu, kertas yang dah tak boleh recycle masuk sampah waste biasa. Know what am sayengh? Pening kan?

Rasanya first 2 months duduk sana memang berkelahi dengan Kim pasal cara buang sampah je. Kalau kat Malaysia kita ada 3 kategori recycle je kan? Tapi kalau kat Korea, memang tak sama. Kalau tisu dah guna dengan a4 paper kita pakai buang dekat bahagian kertas pun boleh kan kalau kat Malaysia ni? Tapi kat Korea tak boleh. Kotak biskut katakan, Kim akan buka kotak tu, flat kan dia untuk buang tempat recycle. Kalau minum susu pisang tu kan penutup dia macam foil aluminium kan? Yang tu asingkan ke waste, bekas plastik susu je masuk ke recycle. Sama macam makan maggie cup kari tu, penutup atas plastik sampah biasa, bekas maggie tu cuci-cuci sikit baru buang kat plastik recycle. Haaa fenin fenin...

Tanyalah Kim, kenapa lah nak susah-susah macam ni? Kertas, plastik, botol kaca kalau buat style Malaysia tu je kan mudah. Dia kata eh taaaak. Lebih efisyen macam ni. Dah asing semua nak recycle apa semua lagi mudah kerja orang lain. Yes, itu fahaman dia, kalau kita sama-sama memudahkan orang lain, the whole system will be efficient. Bukan "kalau-kita-tak-buang-merata-orang-kerja-angkat-sampah-takde-kerja" mindset. Even kalau pergi cinema kan, Kim and some other people taking out their own garbage buang kat luar. Geddit?


4) The must-be-a-beauty culture

Our skincare. kkkk

Ok. So you know plastic surgeries are very common among Koreans but NOT ALL of them did that. Ada yang kata surgery kat Korea murah sebab tu ramai orang dari luar negara datang buat kat sana tapi hakikatnya, untuk orang Korea macam Kim, cost tu masih mahal.

Yang penting sekali, diorang sangat menitikberatkan penampilan. Bila pakai cantik-cantik, bagi diorang kemas. Jangan terkejut bila datang Korea even atuk-atuk pakai suit siap kot dengan topi yang Bruno Mars biasa pakai tu bagai sebab dah memang culture diorang. Neat is the all-time fashion.

Masa mula-mula sampai I memang jenis tak pakai makeup, so keluar pergi mana-mana barefaced je (skincare pakai lah sampai sunblock). Tapi lama-lama memang rasa oblige to put on some make up kalau tak rasa tak confident tengok dorang semua cantik-cantik and kemas je. Kim siap cakap nanti tak makeup takde siapa nak kawan haha. At last, pandai belajar pakai makeup lepas balik Korea. Tapi of course lah sikit-sikit je. Takdelah makeup macam orang Korea dah macam kuih lapis segala. Kihkih.

Pernah Kim pakai suit untuk satu conference yang dia pergi kat Singapore. Habis balik rumah lecturer dia hantar, I sampai lambat sikit. Sesampai je tengok dia mencangkung kat depan pagar. Padahal tepi pagar tu ada je tembok boleh duduk. Sebabnya? Tembok berhabuk nanti kotor baju dah tak kemas. Hmmmm dah balik dah pun boleh je cuci nanti. 

Lagi satu cerita. Masa di Korea, kitorang ni duduk macam villa like small apartment gitu. Dekat area situ adalah CU (convenience store) about 2 minutes walking distance je from ours. Tiap kali kalau Kim nak keluar beli something, dia akan pakai bingkai spectacles besar gedabak (you know Koreans and their big spectacles berpisah tiada jua) yang takde cermin tu. Padahal keluar tak lama pun. Baru nampak well-presented kata dia. Adoiiiii... Macam-macam hal. Tapi itulah definisi cantik. Sampai kesudah mesti kena "cantik".


5) Makan

Dah pandai makan seafood and veggies ^^

Ok. Kalau cerita bab makan ni boleh emo. Sebab I kalau kat Malaysia hari-hari mesti makan ayam. Memang jenis tak makan seafood lah daging lah, NAK AYAM. Sebulan pertama di Korea tak dapat makan ayam sebab masa tu takde duit, dua2 study, scholarship, part-time job semua belum buat lagi. Daging ayam halal pulak sangatlah mahal, so makanan hari-hari yang mana ada je. At last, on one Friday prayer in Itaewon, Kim kata jomlah kita makan nasi beriyani ayam sebab isteri dia dah asyik telan air liur tengok & bau ayam sepanjang laluan balik dari masjid. So kitorang pun berhenti dekat salah satu restoran halal order lah satu ayam beriyani (10,000won) share berdua. Masa ni 10,000won tu sangatlah berharga okay. Sebab kalau makan kat Korean restaurant boleh kenyang makan 2 dishes. 


Bila ingat balik memang rasa bersyukur sangat we went through those hardships together, just the two of us. Tak cerita dekat family masing-masing. Tak mintak duit family masing. Just us. Lama-lama alhamdulillah, I learnt how to eat and survive dekat negara orang, apa yang boleh makan, apa yang tak boleh. Ikut guidelines and fiqh-fiqh Islam yang kawan-kawan yang dah lama duduk Korea bagi tunjuk ajar. Mudah je Islam rupanya. :')
And yeayyy I can know enjoy all sorts of foods, not being too choosy, not anymore. 

I guess that's all for now. Will update more about life in Korea if more people wanna know about it. :D 

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Viral Kisah Perempuan Melayu Kahwin Lelaki Korea

Assalamualaikum,

Lagi kisah Fad dan Kim yang viral di laman sosial - facebook page Aliff Channel beberapa hari lepas. Pergh tajuk media tabloid sangat. Nak naikkan rating/traffic lettew. Kahkah.

Dia quote tweet dari Twitter. Not mine. Someone idk. kkk


Ini bukan yang pertama kali. Tahun lepas, masa kitorang kat Korea, gambar-gambar dari personal ig, @snfad_diela jadi viral di page OhBulan dan Himpunan Cerita Lawak. Tengah-tengah sibuk kerja guide orang masetu, tiba-tiba ramai yang tag lah apa. Daripada tak tau instagram ada notification setting untuk orang2 yang kita follow je terus jadi tau sebab phone tak berhenti masuk noti. Rimas gila time tu. Tapi sebab kat Korea kan, tak kisah lah sangat.

Dulu rimas, sekarang kita watlek watpis je.


Ni viral lagi sekali, kitorang kat Malaysia pulak. Adehh.. Fad yang memang jenis malas amik port ni biarkan je walaupun ada kengkawan yang tag dan share. Kim pulak jenis penyegan, cuak nanti orang kenal dia and dia tak nak rasa tak bebas. Kahkah. 


Sekampung share ye?

 Kitorang ada jugak pm page2 tersebut untuk delete pos tu tapi tak semua yang delete. Ada yang tak baca pun mesej. Ada yang baca dan ignore lol. Lastly, Fad cakap dekat Kim, biarkan je. Yang mana baik, kita ambil. Yang tidak tu tutup je mata, pekakkan telinga a.k.a "just ignore it" (what exactly I said to him sebab tu paling simple untuk dia faham kang direct translation ke laut pulak haha). Apapun, kitorang tak ambil hati, kitorang macam biasa je dengan hidup seharian, alhamdulillah. Dan tak dinafikan, ramai yang follow ig @snfad_diela lepas viral (ig Kim dia memang private kan, plus dia jarang online social network semua ni kehkeh). Semoga bertambah rezeki kami, rezeki admin2 yang pos pasal kami atas niat yang baik2 itu. Yang mana terserempak kitorang kat luar, cakap hi, anyeonghaseyo, assalamualaikum, terima kasih lah bebanyak ye. >.< *blush*



Anyways, could you please do me a favour? I know we're strangers tapi doakan je lah yang baik-baik untuk kami. Untuk bahagia sama-sama ke syurga Dia. Because at the end of the day, we are just humans. Kami sama macam pasangan lain yang bernikah atas dasar suka sama suka.

Thank you. :)