WRITING 101: My favorite part of the map

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I always dream of you, Nami.

Winter.
Spring.
Summer.
Fall.

In response to Blogging University’s WRITING 101 Day 18 Assignment:

Day 18: A map as your muse

Today, let a map be your muse. Select an area anywhere in the world on Google Maps (or your preferred online map tool), or a section on a paper map, and use this as inspiration for your post.


Ever since I have learned about ‘bucket list’, Nami or Namiseom Island has been at the top of my list.

Why?

It’s biggest I am a huge fan of Endless Love Winter Sonata!

“Endless Love Winter Sonata is a South Korean television drama series that aired on KBS2 in 2002. The second part of the season-themed Endless Love series directed by Yoon Seok-ho, it stars Bae Yong-joon and Choi Ji-woo.”

Most of the scenes were shot in Nami Island.

And Bae Yong Joon is actually DREAM MAN ever! ^^’

Okay. Enough of fangirling!

😀

~

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49 thoughts on “WRITING 101: My favorite part of the map

  1. OMG that drama though! It brings back childhood memories as my mum always used to watch it when I was a little girl. I never knew it was filmed on the Nami Island! Now I really want to go there haha, thanks for a great post!

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      1. yh I’m 20 now so it must have been around then for me as well… And yh I’d be up for it! I’m Korean anyway 🙂

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      2. Seriously?!! I envy you!
        I am actually fascinated with everything KOREAN. Your looks are envious. Your country is awesome. Your TV series are great! And you actors are just… soo… HAHAHA! You get me right? 🙂

        I am from the PHL by the way. 🙂

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      3. Really??? Why o why? 😀

        Oh yeah. That’s really my dream. To step my feet in Korea and to eat your foods and to meet a lot of Koreans and to smell your air. HAHA. Sorry I am such a fangirl of your country!

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  2. Oh! I love Endless Love Winter Sonata too! ❤ ❤ ❤ And Bae Yong Joon is also my fav idol! I was soooo much in love with the OST that I couldn't stop singing back then! 😀
    PS: I couldn't see the winter photo 😦

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      1. Aah, I see. I once read a funny English subtitle in a Korean film which I can’t forget. Instead of writing, “I feel shitty/crappy today.” the subtitle said, “I feel poopy today.” I just COULD NOT STOP laughing at that one! Hahaha #LostInTranslation

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