Welcome to Wander with Jin and I’m glad to see you here! What I did this time is another risk that I may regret or not later on. But I always believe that we only regret the chances we didn’t take. So let’s take those opportunities to travel and enjoy life whenever we can. Anyway, before anything else let me introduce myself first!
Hi! I am Marvi (aka Abby, from My Onni You) but from now on I’ll be using the name Hye Jin. (The reason why I am using a Korean name will be posted in this blog soon.) I am Filipina married to a Korean. I don’t have any profession but I’ve worked in the freelancing world for 7 years and I just lost track when I got married and move to Korea. I am also a Multicultural leader mom who teaches Philippine Life and Culture to Korean students. I love to collect notes and cute stuff. I am also a food lover, not a good nor bad cook but I can cook haha, I also love traveling and taking photographs.
Here are the 4 things that you can expect in my new blog.
4 things to Expect from Wander with Jin
Guides and Tips when traveling to Korea
I may not be an expert on this but I would love to share my traveling experiences here in Korea. I know that I lot of people want to travel in Korea and sharing some guides and tips will help someone who’s traveling for the first time.
Random Musing about Koren Drama/Movies
I really love watching Korean dramas and movies and I know that a lot of people also had the same thoughts about me when it comes to kdrama and movies. In my blog, you can expect my reviews, recommendations, and written life lessons about the new drama’s that I have seen.
Tips on how to study Korean
Due to kpop and kdrama a lot of people now our trying to learn Korean. I can say that learning Korean is interesting. It is easy at first but when the level is getting higher and higher it’s getting harder and harder. I am not that fluent in Korean like the others but I’m willing to share the things I have learned in studying Korean.
Tips on how to teach Multicultural Education
Living in a different country with a different culture is very hard but through multicultural education, children are more open and understanding when it comes to their schoolmates that are born in a multicultural family. In my future blogs, I am happy to share with you my teaching journey here in Korea. I am not a teacher actually, I never graduated with a degree but due to some opportunities, I am able to share with other children how beautiful the Philippines is.
There you have it! I hope you and I will enjoy this new journey of this blog!
Xoxo, Hyejin 💕
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.