naughtielus:

ha this looks like a wedding portrait… whoops. 

Oh my god this is SO COOL THANK YOU! *//////*
I love their outfits and his little Fishbone brooch and Emily’s hair!

naughtielus:

ha this looks like a wedding portrait… whoops. 

Oh my god this is SO COOL THANK YOU! *//////*

I love their outfits and his little Fishbone brooch and Emily’s hair!

And on a much, much lighter note — here are photos from a cat cafe in Seoul.

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DMZ (Demilitarized Zone)

Last year I went to the border between North and South Korea. The first photo is from an area nearby (Imjingak/임진각) and the ribbons are messages/prayers for peace and loved ones.

The last three photos are from the Joint Security Area (판문점). In one photo you can see the line between North and South Korea (South Korea’s side is the one with gravel). In the last photo you can see a North Korean soldier standing in front of the doors across the way. This is a rare occurrence and they only step out in the open when there are people inside the building — so I was lucky to get that shot!

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부산 (Busan), South Korea

View from my aunt’s apartment, 2013. I’ve been going through my folders of photos from last year so expect more soon, haha.

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pirateguyhatesdomainsquatters:

jisuk:

gorondass:

I cherish these prints with my life. Thank you Jisuk for being such a great artist ;w;

Karasu pictures under a sign that says ‘Don’t Quit.’
…are you trying to tell me something.

the first thing that came to mind



Last time I checked, babies can’t read.

pirateguyhatesdomainsquatters:

jisuk:

gorondass:

I cherish these prints with my life. Thank you Jisuk for being such a great artist ;w;

Karasu pictures under a sign that says ‘Don’t Quit.’

…are you trying to tell me something.

the first thing that came to mind

image

Last time I checked, babies can’t read.

gorondass:

I cherish these prints with my life. Thank you Jisuk for being such a great artist ;w;

Karasu pictures under a sign that says ‘Don’t Quit.’
…are you trying to tell me something.

gorondass:

I cherish these prints with my life. Thank you Jisuk for being such a great artist ;w;

Karasu pictures under a sign that says ‘Don’t Quit.’

…are you trying to tell me something.

花見 2014, 上野公園

Hanami 2014, Ueno Park

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Fishbones

hdreadswebcomics:

Fishbones by Jisuk Cho and Yuki S. is a gangster comic.  Well, mafia.  As someone who has seen The Godfather and Goodfellas, it’s pretty neat to see that genre expand into webcomics.  It started as Cho’s National Novel Writing Month novel and is now being slowly converted into graphic novel format.  Unfortunately, due to busyness in Yuki’s life, it has been on hiatus for a while with no end in sight.  

It’s a good webcomic though.  Fishbones is set in the 90s in New York and follows the friendship of Ferris, a massive nerd, and Demos, the nephew of a mob boss and a fairly apathetic kid.

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Ferris is the one in glasses.  He gets beaten up a lot.  Demos tries to help him out.  Grumpiness ensues.  They’re both very, very grumpy characters in different ways, so it’s interesting to see why they’re friends with each other.

It has a lot of really funny moments, and some pretty scary ones, too, especially when Ferris starts realizing what his family is involved in.

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Baby Ferris is really cute.

Don’t get your hopes up of it returning any time soon, but do read it if you have the chance.  It’s pretty fun, quite dark, and it made me flinch more than once.

Do you live in Japan (or know someone who does)?
I’m collecting gotochi (regional postcards) and would love to trade with you! They can be purchased at any post office. I can send you the Tokyo postcard designs, or Fishbones postcards, or if you don’t care for postcards I’d be happy to reimburse you for the cost via PayPal. Please message me if you’re willing to help, and thanks!
Note: I don’t need cards from Osaka, Kobe, Nara, Okinawa, or Tokyo.

Do you live in Japan (or know someone who does)?

I’m collecting gotochi (regional postcards) and would love to trade with you! They can be purchased at any post office. I can send you the Tokyo postcard designs, or Fishbones postcards, or if you don’t care for postcards I’d be happy to reimburse you for the cost via PayPal. Please message me if you’re willing to help, and thanks!

Note: I don’t need cards from Osaka, Kobe, Nara, Okinawa, or Tokyo.

Oh, Grandma…

Oh, Grandma…