Friday, February 24, 2012

Belated V'day celebration!

I thought this year my Valentine would be just normal & simple but I was wrong. Living with no expectation will really lead you to surprises and happiness. Thank you so much my dear , for planing this full day for both of us. Its our belated valentine celebration on 19Febuary2012. I hope you all had a wonderful Valentine’s Day with your loved one or friends because We definitely did!
He sugested to go to V1 for dinner. V1 Concept Bar & Restaurant at Bandar Puteri Puchong. V1 is Malaysia's first sports car themed restaurant which offers high class dining experience. What made it cooler was the iPad used as food menu! Choices from appetizer to desserts were available in the iPad to be chose from.
Boyfie lamb-shank.
Next destination . . . . . . we headed to Sunway Pyramid for movie.
This time we tried the TGV Club. I could say this is better and much cheaper compared GSC Gold class. The concept are almost the same. Except their chair are not decline-able. You also can enjoy their new delcisious Royal Popcorn , a premium fully coated caramel popcorn only available in TGV Club. You can enjoy your food at the premier lounge an hour before the movie start.
Hello there once again ,
I'm here to thank you all for everything you've done for me.
I love you very much. Thanks for all of the good and care you give me. Happy belated Valentine my dear!

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Korea LAST!


Korean traditional costume. Picture taken from Kimchi school. Kimchi School is located in Seoul, Korea. We were taught on how to make Korea's famous dish, Kimchi. This place is for foreigners only to experience Kimchi. Made of vegetable with varied seasonings and it is a fermented raw vegetable.
After making kimchi , they also allowed us to experience wearing Hanbok. Hanbok is a Korean Traditional Dress characterized with vibrant colors, worn as semi formal or formal wear during traditional festivals and celebration.
This is me in Hanbok !
After all the visiting , we were brought to the Myeong-dong street for shopping! Myeong-dong is Korea's trendiest and most expensive shopping area, with over 300,000 square meters of shops selling clothes, shoes, handbags, accessories, and cosmetics. Most of the major malls open until 3am in the early morning. This is just so nice for me , if im living there! Too bad , we are following tour this time. The shopping time is way too limited. I dint buy anything at the street because I don't even have the time to browse and walk there. Just shop at the duty free department store & got myself two new babies!

This two babies does COST ME A BOMB suddenly !
Yes , its the classic Chanel earring! Its been years I'm looking for it. I've been to Singapore , Thailand & Japan looking for it also couldn't get it. This time I found it and its the only pieces left. Next is the Burberry purse that I've been looking for long ago. I'm looking for white to match with my Burberry bag , and they seldom have in white. This time , they have it in white and its also on SALE!! Can you believe it , 30% cheaper from the original price?

I was damn unhappy when I couldn't get to buy any clothing or accessories at Korea , but in the end bought this two babies , just brighten my day up. SATISFIED!!!


Saturday, February 18, 2012

Seongsan Sunrise peak & The Nanta show

After visiting the Seongsan Folk Village , we headed to the Seongsan Sunrise Peak. Seongsan Ilchulbong peak rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 100,000 years ago. It's located on the eastern end of Jeju Island. A UNESCO world heritage site , the peak is famous for many things , including numerous rare plants species , but is best know for the magnificent sight of the sunrising.

Look at those people back there , I have to catch up !
Its a long long long way to walk & climb

Yay! Finally we've made it!
It took us about 30 minutes.

180m all the way up , really took my breath away.

After dinner , we headed for the Nanta show. Nanta show is famous in south korean musical. In english the shows is known as cooking.The musical has a simple back story of three cooks attempting to finish preparing a wedding banquet within a strict time limit while the manager installs his incompetent nephew among the kitchen staff. The unifying element throughout the musical is the use of traditional Korean music, which in this case in performed with improvised instruments, such as cutting boards, water canisters and kitchen knives.

Secretly took a picture before the show start . The performance is almost completely non-verbal. The very few words which are spoken are in English. The whole show is really funny & interesting! At first i thought its gonna be bored , but they blew me away ! The show involves acrobatics , magic tricks, comedy and audience participation.
Enjoyed it!

Jeju 3D Trick Art Museum

Took this picture at the Ripleys Believe it or not museum.
Nothing to blog about the Ripleys museum , because I bet most of you also went to the Genting Highland Ripleys before. Its quiet similar at Korea too. Next destination is to the 3D Trick art museum. This sounds interesting! The Trick Art Museum is the first museum in Korea to show optical illusion art, and is located in Seogwipo City nearby the Seongeup Folk Village. Exhibitions on walls and floors are rendered in three dimensions. Each work looks differently when seen from different angles or spots. Its magic magnifies when seen from camera lenses.
A must see if you are ever in Jeju. This museum is rather unique in the sense that the painting is painted on the wall. At the side of the painting, there is a picture showing you how to use the trick to take your pictures.


Kinda real yea ?
There is so much fun , in acting & posting on flat walls & floor. There are much more photos but everything is in mum's laptop & her laptop got some major virus attack. Everything is GONE!!!

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Teddy Bear museum, Jeju Island - 26Jan2012

Teddy Bear Museum in Jeju Island.

You must visit this museum if you love Teddy Bear because it's exclusively open for you. You can meet the marvelous teddy bear sculptures and models. I am excited about this , once I heard they actually have a Teddy Bear museum. You can see how excited I am because I have lots of pictures to share with you all.

Well... for more, I'll just let my photos do the talking !

Ohh , my baby Yellow is here too !

They are HUGE HUGE HUGE . . .

Tea time with my Baby Yellow !

Bear from all over the world , with their traditional costume .

The Jeju Teddy Bear Museum also has a bar, a café and a restaurant, where you can choose to spend some time appreciating the teddy bears.
The museum also has a shop from where you can buy your favorite teddy bear.