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필독을필독하라
신사동 534-20,B2 바로그림
참고로 내일까지…
감명받고갑니다 필독이 화이팅
#전시회#그림#필작가

필독을필독하라 (Title of Feeldog’s art exhibition)

Sinsa-dong 534-20, B2 Barogream (tn: art studio/exhibition hall)

By tomorrow… (tn: the exhibition ends 06/15)

I’m impressed. Feeldog fighting!

#exhibition #feelartist

(The video features Sunghak (BIGSTAR), a small glimpse of Yuna, Feeldog (BIGSTAR) and Eunji, with Minyoung behind the camera)

lostnthewild  asked:

Hi there! Just wanted to say I love your blog and wanted to ask, how did you find shopping while in Korea/living there as a foreigner? I am from New Zealand and have graduated University recently and am wanting to travel to Seoul and would love to hear more about your experiences :) thanks! x

Hello! Thank you very much for your message. I am very happy that you like the blog and that you reached out.

 Shopping in Korea is amazing! There are so many different areas where you can go shopping in Seoul. You can literally find anything you want. What I like about Seoul is that regardless what you taste in clothes is you will be able to find what you like. Also the clothes are very cheap, at least compared to Europe and the US.

 There are several areas for shopping in Seoul. I thought I would use this post to talk about some of my favorite shopping areas.

HONGDAE

Hongdae is probably my favorite area of Seoul. Not only because it is the best place to get cheap food and to party, but also because it is the shopping paradise. Once you go out from exit 8 of the honking university metro stop you are surrounded by laud music, street food stands, young people and lot and lots of shops. Hongdae is also a really cool place to buy vintage clothes. There are a bunch of vintage stores that I really like. Since the streets of Seoul don’t really have names it is very difficult to explain in what location you can find all of the stores. You just need to walk around and explore.

If you go to Hongdae don’t miss the:

Style Nanda Flagship Store, Aland and Aland after Aland. (It is the Aland outlet)

MYEONG-DONG

Myeong-dong is crazy big. Here is where you can find all of the popular label stores. American Apparel, H&M, Forever 21, Zara and many others… I also really like Myeong-dong, not for the shops but for the experience of shopping there. It is crazy big and there are thousands of people!! There is also the Young Galleria Lotte Plaza which I really like, they have lots of cool designer clothes and a Style Nanda strand.

SINSA-DONG

If you go to Sinsa-dong you will be shocked by how many stylish Korean people you see walking around. A lot of the street style photographers get their best shoots in Sinsa-dong area. I personally like Hongdae more because I feel people are more free and artistic. But Sinsa-dong is more of a high fashion kind of Steet Style, if you know what I mean. I really like the 8seconds store, and some of the other small shops. Unfortunately I did not frequent this area as much, so I cannot really give much advice.

EWHA WOMEN UNIVERSITY AREA

This area very much reminds me of Hongdae, but the clothes are cheaper here!! So if you check Hongdae out and you like it, go to Ewha’s women university area and you will find the same style of clothing but a bit cheaper!

COEX MALL

The COEX mall located in Gangnam is simply amazing, I really recommend anyone to go there. I have never seen such a big mall in my life! It even has an aquarium inside!

and last but not least:

GWANGJANG MARKET

This is the best vintage market I have ever been in my life, I absoluly recommend anyone to go there. Even if you don’t like vintage shopping. It is just amazing. The clothes are in very good care and it is just simply great!! I loved it and found it to be incredibly cheap.

Some tips before shopping:

  1. Take into account that Korean girls tend to be skinnier than westeners, so the sizing is different! I always had to buy stuff a couple of size larger.
  2. The shoe sizing is also different. Sometimes I had trouble finding my size because it was bigger than the Korean standards, but don’t give up! You will find them. You just need to try a lot of shoes.
  3. Some of the stores in Hongdae will not allow you to try the clothes on, so be careful when you go shopping and try to talk to the workers at the store to convince them to let you try it on! They will end up letting you.
  4. Don’t forget to check out all of the cosmetic shops, they are simply amazing

I hope this guide to Seoul shopping helps you and other followers. Let me know if I can be of more help!! For the rest of you, I encourage you to sent me messages with questions, suggestions or things you would like to see more in the blog!

Best wishes,

Carlota

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Official Stockist List:


adidas Originals Flagship Stores

adidas Originals Flagship Store Milan, Via Tocqueville 11 Italy

adidas Originals Flagship Store Berlin, Münzstraße 13-15 Germany

adidas Originals Flagship Store London, 15 Fouberts Place UK

adidas Originals Flagship Store Seoul, Sinsa-dong 662-2 Korea

adidas Originals Flagship Store Shanghai, 939 West Nanjing Rd China

adidas Originals Flagship Store Tokyo, 5-17-4 Jingumae Japan


Asia – Pacific


Boon the shop Shinsegae Gangnam, Seoul Korea

Boon the shop Men Flagship, Seoul Korea

Boon the shop Shinsegae DeptMain, Seoul Korea

Boon the shop Women Flagship, Seoul Korea D-mop, Hong Kong Hong Kong

D-mop J-01, Hong Kong Hong Kong

Espionage Republic Boutique, Melbourne Melbourne Australia

Espionage Republic Boutique, Sydney Sydney Australia

Exi.T, Beijing China GR8, Tokyo Japan

Hankyu Mens Osaka, Osaka Japan

Hankyu Mens Tokyo, Tokyo Japan

Invincible Central, Taichung Taiwan

Invincible East, Taipei Taiwan

Invincible South, Kaohsiung Taiwan

Isetan Shinjuku, Tokyo Japan

Joyce Beijing, China

Juice Beijing, Beijing China

Juice HK Causewaybay, Hong Kong Hong Kong

Juice Shanghai, Shanghai China

Juice Sheung Wan, Sheung Wan China

Juice Tapei, Taipei Taiwan

Lane Crawford Beijing Seasons Place, Beijing China

Lane Crawford Chengdu IFS, Chengdu China

Lane Crawford Shanghai Times Square, Shanghai China

Marais, Melbourne Australia Restir, Tokyo Japan

Seibu Shibuya, Tokyo Japan

Sneakerboy Melbourne, Melbourne Australia

Sneakerboy Sydney, Sydney Australia

Sneakerboy.com, Online Australia

Space Mue Cheong-dam, Seoul Korea

Space Mue Hyundai-Coex, Seoul Korea

SWG Nagoya, Nagoya Japan

United Arrows & Sons, Tokyo Japan

Universe d’homme et femme, Makati City Philippines


North America


AMa Maniere, Atlanta USA

ACD Gallery, San Diego USA

Acrimony, San Francisco USA

Addict, Bal Harbour USA

adidas Style, Chicago USA

Alchemist, Miami USA

Apt606, Miami USA

Atelier, New York USA

Barneys.com, Online USA

Barneys New York – Madison Ave, New York USA

Barneys New York – Broadway, New York USA

Barneys New York, Beverly Hills USA

Barneys New York, Los Angeles USA

Barneys New York, Seattle USA

Barneys New York, Chicago USA

Barneys New York, Boston USA

Barneys New York, Las Vegas USA

Barneys New York, San Francisco USA

Barneys New York, Scottsdale USA

Barneys New York, Georgetown USA

Barneys New York, Glendale USA

Barneys New York, Seattle USA

Barneys New York, Philadelphia USA

Barneys New York, Santa Monica USA

Barneys New York, Brooklyn USA

Black Market, Arlington USA

The Darkside Initiative, San Francisco USA

Forward by Elyse Walker, Online USA

Fruition, Las Vegas USA

H Lorenzo, West Hollywood USA

Haven Montreal, Montreal Canada

Haven Vancouver, Vancouver Canada

Hirshleifers, Manhasset USA

Hotoveli, New York USA

Influence U, Montreal Canada

Jonathan + Olivia, Toronto Canada

Just One Eye, Los Angeles USA

KITH, New York USA

KITH, Brooklyn USA

Kokko, Richmond Canada

Machus, Portland USA

Mr.Porter, Online USA

Nomad, Toronto Canada

Notre Shop, Chicago USA

Opening Ceremony, Los Angeles USA

Opening Ceremony, New York USA

Packer Shoes, Teaneck USA

Roden Gray, Vancouver Canada

RSVP Gallery, Chicago USA

Saint Alfred, Chicago USA

Shoe Gallery, Miami USA

Social Status, Charlotte USA

SSENSE.com, Online Canada

The Factory, Oklahoma City USA

The Webster, Bal Harbour USA

The Webster, Miami USA

TNT – The New Trend Montreal Canada

TNT – The New Trend Toronto Canada

UBIQ, Philadelphia USA

Undefeated, Los Angeles USA

Unknwn, Aventura USA

Wildstyle, West Hollywood USA

Wish, Atlanta USA

Xhibition, Cleveland USA


Europe– Middle East


Abseits, Stuttgart Germany

Acte2, Avignon France

Allure, Sofia Bulgaria

Angelo Minetti Casale, Monferrato Italy

Anrosa, Nantes France

ANSH46, Rotterdam Netherlands

Antonia, Milan Italy

Antonioli, Milan Italy

Aphrodite, Sunderland UK

Apropos, Cologne Germany

Autograph, Birmingham UK

Backdoor, Bologna Italy

Bagheera, Roma Italy

Beastin, Munich Germany

Bernardelli, Mantova Italy

Boutique 1, Dubai UAE

Boutique Roma, Zurich Switzerland

Buhl, Viborg Denmark

Bungalow, Stuttgart Germany

Colette, Paris France

Excelsior, Milan Italy

Cotton Club, Monza Italy

Cruise, Glasgow UK

D’Aniello, Aversa Italy

Degli Effetti, Roma Italy

Di Vincenzo Sant´, Anastasia Italy

Due di Picche, Napoli Italy

Elite Puerto, Banus Spain

End Clothing, Newcastle UK

Eraldo, Ceggia Italy

First Boutique, Limassol Cyprus

Flannels, Liverpool UK

Foot Patrol, London UK

Four by Azzurro, Amsterdam Netherlands

Franzese, Napoli Italy

G&B, Flero Italy

Galeries Lafayette, Paris France

Gruppo Pritelli, Cattolica Italy

Hanon, Aberdeen UK

HarveyNichols, Birmingham UK

HarveyNichols, Kuwait Kuwait

HarveyNichols, London UK

HarveyNichols, Manchester UK

Hervia Bazaar, Manchester UK

Hombre Mode, Amsterdam Netherland

Impact, Nice France

Jades, Dusseldorf Germany

Julian Fashion Milano, Marittima Italy

Kuznetsky Most 20, Moscow Russia

La Soleil, Budapest Hungary

L’Eclaireur, Paris France

L’Espionne, Paris France

Labels, Sittard Netherlands Layers, London UK

Le66, Paris France

Liberty – Kurt Geiger, London UK

Limited Editions, Barcelona Spain

Luisa via Roma, Florence Italy

Matchesfashion.com, London UK

Michael Chell, Windsor UK

Mientus, Berlin Germany

Mientus, Hamburg Germany

Mimma Ninni, Bari Italy

Mr.Porter, Online UK

mytheresa.com, Online Germany

N°42, Paris France

N°74, Berlin Germany

O’, Parma Italy

OffSpring – Selfridges, Birmingham UK

OffSpring – Selfridges, London UK

OffSpring – Selfridges, Manchester UK

Oki-Ni, Online UK

Papini, Catania Italy

Paul & Friends, Stockholm Sweden

Philip Browne, Norwich UK

PL-Line, Maastricht Netherlands

POOL, Munich Germany

Primavera Den, Haag Netherlands

Questo Amsterdam, Netherlands

Questo Rotterdam, Netherlands

Raphael, Bari Italy

Rail, Brescia Italy

Renaissance, Antwerp Belgium

Roulette, Jersey UK

Saks 5th Avenue, Dubai UAE

Tessabit, Como Italy

Selfridges, Birmingham UK

Selfridges, London UK

Selfridges Manchester UK

Shoebaloo, Amsterdam Netherlands

Shoebaloo, Maastricht Netherlands

Shoebaloo, Rotterdam Netherlands

Shoebaloo, Utrecht Netherlands

ShopiGo, Instanbul Turkey

Sid Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Sivasdescalzo, Madrid Spain

Slam Jam, Ferrara Italy

Smets, Brussels Belgium

Smets, Luxembourg Luxembourg

Sneakersnstuff, Paris France

Sneakersnstuff, Stockholm Sweden

Solebox, Berlin Germany

Solebox, Munich Germany

SOTO, Berlin Germany

Spoon, Modena Italy

Storm, Copenhagen Denmark

Stefania Mode, Trapani Italy

Stoy Munkholm, Aarhus Denmark

Sugar, Arezzo Italy

Summer, Lyon France

Susi Store, Latina Italy

The 6th Floor – Steffl, Vienna Austria

The Business, Leicester UK

The Corner, Berlin Germany

The Dope Factory Porto, Cervo Italy

The Goodwill Out, Cologne Germany

The Icon Kiev, Ukraine

The Level Shoedistrict, Dubai UAE

Titolo, Zuerich Switzerland

Tiziana Fausti, Bergamo Italy

Triads, Middlesbrough UK

United Legend, Strassbourgh France

United Legend, Mullhouse France

Vasa Fashion, Gorgonzola Italy

Vinicio, Legnano Italy

Voga, Arezzo Italy

VOO Store, Berlin Germany

YME, Oslo Norway

Zoo, Illford UK



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Super Junior’s Kangin Under Investigation For DUI Accident

The police are currently investigating a car accident that occurred on May 24 around 2 a.m. KST involving Super Junior’s Kangin.

Kangin’s Mercedes-Benz collided with a streetlight pole in front of a convenience store in Sinsa-dong, Seoul.

Apparently, the owner of the convenience store reported the broken street light pole and reported this to the police. The police arrived and did not see Kangin there. They received statements from witnesses who saw the car accident. It appears as though Kangin left the scene of the accident following the crash.

The singer went to the police later in the morning and was questioned about the accident. He said, “I remember hitting something, but I didn’t know it was a street light pole.”

Kangin left his vehicle in front of the convenience store around midnight and left about two hours later. The accident occurred as he was leaving the location.

According to the police, Kangin’s blood alcohol concentration was  0.05 percent which is enough to get his license suspended.

The police are still investigating the accident.

SM Entertainment has officially commented on the DUI (driving under the influence) accident involving Super Junior’s Kangin.

His agency stated, “This is SM Entertainment. It is true that Kangin had a DUI accident. Kangin contacted the police regarding the accident and received an investigation at the arranged time. Kangin is deeply regretful of his actions and will cease all entertainment-related schedules to take some time to self-reflect. Once again, we sincerely apologize for worrying you.” [c]

I went to the Banana Cafe in Sinsa yesterday. The chocolate flower pots were exquisitely delicious, and came in a variety of flavours. I devoured my espresso flower pot within a few minutes using my shovel spoon. The special latte wasn’t bad, but it was too sweet for my taste. There was a lot of syrup, topped off with a dollop of candy floss which was probably why. However, it did look quite theatrical on the table!

It was quite reasonably priced. The chocolate pots were around 5,000 won and the coffees were around 5,000 too. I would highly recommend it. Just be aware that it is a very small coffee shop with only enough seating for around 10-12 people. It would be ideal to go as a pair.

http://blog.naver.com/banana_526

The police are currently investigating a car accident that occurred on May 24 around 2 a.m. KST involving Super Junior’s Kangin.

Kangin’s Mercedes-Benz collided with a streetlight pole in front of a convenience store in Sinsa-dong, Seoul.

Apparently, the owner of the convenience store reported the broken street light pole and reported this to the police. The police arrived and did not see Kangin there. They received statements from witnesses who saw the car accident. It appears as though Kangin left the scene of the accident following the crash.

The singer went to the police later in the morning and was questioned about the accident. He said, “I remember hitting something, but I didn’t know it was a street light pole.”

Kangin left his vehicle in front of the convenience store around midnight and left about two hours later. The accident occurred as he was leaving the location.

According to the police, Kangin’s blood alcohol concentration was  0.05 percent which is enough to get his license suspended.

The police are still investigating the accident.

On May 24, SME sent a press release, confirming his DUI and announcing Kangin’s hiatus:

“This is SM Entertainment.
Kangin’s DUI accident is true. He went to the police station this afternoon after being contacted and was investigated at the scheduled time.
Kangin is deeply reflecting after this incident. He’ll be taking time to reflect and stopping all entertainment-related activities.
Once again, we sincerely apologize for causing worry.”

cr:allkpop, soompi