38 • Seoul, Seoul, Korea, South
Female / Divorced / ID: 1303069
Seeking Male 30 - 57 living in Korea, South For: Penpal, Friendship, Romance / Dating, Marriage
Antiques, Art / Painting, Astrology, Bars / Pubs / Nightclubs, Ballet, Beach / Parks, Board / Card Games, Camping / Nature, Collecting, Computers / Internet, Concerts / Live Music, Cooking / Food and Wine, Crafts, Dancing, Dining Out, Education, Fashion Events, Gardening / Landscaping, Home Improvement, Investing / Finance, Library, Music (Listening), Music (Playing), Meditation, Movies / Cinema, Museums / Galleries, Pets, Photography, Reading, Shopping, Traveling, TV: Entertainment
American, Indian, Korean, Vegetarian / Organic, Vegan
Classical / Opera, Dance / Techno, Pop, Religious, Soft Rock, World
Aerobics, Biking, Cycling, Diving, Jogging / Running, Scuba Diving / Snorkeling, Swimming, Tennis / Badminton, Walking, Yoga / Pilates
Cinema Paradiso There are not many heartwarming movies like these. I can't even think of any movies that are up there with this one. I LOOOOVE the ending. I have the piano sheet music to this one and always get complimented and asked what it is if I play it in public.
The Secret (I believe in the laws of attracton) & also The 5 Love Languages ( My love languages are quality time, words of encouragement, physical touch ( cudding and hugging: 20 seconds of it releases oxytocin which is a bonding chemical in the brain). The other 2 are acts of service and gifts. I don't know why I don't care for gifts that much and acts of service are nice too, but not as important as the first 3. I guess they are all important.
Right now I have a new interest in memoirs and spy stories. I want to read about Mata Hari, and there are some really good books on Amazon about N Korean spies. Some people have very interesting life stories to tell. And I would read memoirs of missionaries. I will probably love it.
Vegetarian, bibimbap, kimbap, lentil soup, bean chili, anything healthy. You are what you eat , so might as well eat well and be healthy. I like to look at Dr. Oz's website or Forks Over Knives to pick out new recipes. I also love to make gluteun free veggie dumplings. Fry them(in healthy oils), put them in soup, or steam them. Everyone loves them. I made some and took it to a hospital and they loved it. It made someone's day and I felt good that they were that happy about it. Everyone likes yummy, healthy, and nutritious foods! It might even make you new friends. I try to eat mostly vegetarian food, but sometimes I eat meat. But it's rare. I wouldn't mind cooking meat dishes if I end up with a carnivorous person. I make good chicken soup in the slow cooker, chili, Mexican food (my step dad is Mexican American), burgers, and orange vinaigrette chicken salad.
Classical: Bach , Paganini, Vivaldi, Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Hayden, Ennio Morricone ( the compser who wrote the theme to Cinema Paradiso). I went to his concert in Seoul and it was the best concert that I've ever been to my life. He played Cinema Paradiso, The Good, Bad, and the Ugly, Gabriel's Oboe, and so many other masterpieces that I cannot remember at the top of my head. I also like oldies, 80's, and some trance and also foreign music. I loved living in Seoul, so I can go to all of the awesome classical concerts. They even had Yo Yo Ma. ( I found out too late and the tickets were sold out). So it'd be a dream come true if I could find someone who'd love those things as much as I do.
I dress nice and presentably. I like to wear dresses, cute tops with leggings, skirts or pants. And cute and comfy workout clothes. Working out is so important for the mood(releases endorphins makes you a more pleasant person to be around, and keeps diseases away).
Cautious (I get scared of people taking things the wrong way, which is why I am quiet around people I can't figure out), and silly.
I like playing ballads, gospel, classical, and movie themes on my keyboard. I love going to the dog park with my furbabies. They love to play in the blackberry maze and chase rabbits in there. I also love going to art museums and parks. I found a really nice one as I'm leaving Washington state.(It always happens are you're leaving. Sigh.) The rhododendron garden in Federal Way is breathtaking. I could be there all day reading to classical music, and even meditate. I love oriental gardens too and I enjoy gardening. I enjoy nature photography. I like taking pictures of birds, chipmunks, and wildlife. I have pictures of an owl that tried to eat my dog in my backyard last year, raccoons hiding out in douglas fir trees, chipmunks climbing a tree, different kinds of birds in trees singing their songs, and some deer sightings that I've experienced this summer at a fruit orchard where I let my furbabies loose.
Texas ( my sister and mom live there), Thailand was a lot of fun. $5 an hour massage, you can eat like a king for $10, and the world class beaches. Phi Phi Islands and Solomon Island are so amazing! Snorkeling was a lot of fun. I wish I had thought of buying a waterproof camera for underwater pictures.
I don't know. I prefer Americans. I am Korean American and want to live in Korea for a few years but want to settle down in the states. I guess it depends on the person and situation. That would have to be an out of this world kind of love. I know that it happens to some people, but definitely not everyone in their lifetime.
Camping trip, road trip, going to Sorak Mountain (esp. in the fall), or cooking and watching movies.
Calm, easygoing, and quiet.
Someone who is kind, considerate, caring, doesn' t use foul/cuss word/hateful language. I learned the hard way that without God it won't work ( a lot of the times), which is why my marriage failed. His family and himself are all atheists. They don't care about doing bad things. It matters to me, because when we get called home and have to face Him. You don't want to be ashamed of yourself. I 'm not saying that I'm perfect or that I have never sinned. You know that everyone has. But Christians (true ones), watch their actions and try hard to stay on the right path.