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Ohhh yeah! This is sooo amusing! The namchin’s gift for my birthday! He ate balut! I know this is more than a month late but whatev. Watch it and see him get tortured by yours truly.

If you’re Pinoy and you don’t eat balut… disgrace! Eat Penoy instead then. #cornykoshet

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And now, on to the video…

Here’s the first Krimmy couple video that we recorded last April! Was posted on my other blog but I’m putting it here for archiving purposes. It’s titled: Of Bad Words and Saranghae. Enjoy!

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This is the post where I reveal our identities. Bahala na! Haha. It was initially posted on my personal blog last July 11 but I think it’s but apt to post it here. Please continue to follow this lol blog and feel free to comment!

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What the hell. That was a freakin’ chessy title. It’s so cheesy, I know you wanna get your bread now and eat it with my post title. But I don’t care and I’m not even gonna apologize for it. Mwahahahaha! I’m in love so you, my poor reader, just has got to deal. Okay?

Yesterday, July 10, Jimmy and I celebrated our 100th day together. If you are scratching your head, wondering why we would be celebrating our 100th day of being officially Krimmy, then clearly, you haven’t seen My Sassy Girl yet. This whole 100 Days thing is a big deal for Koreans. When babies are born, their 100 days are celebrated as well.

Ever since we got together last April 1, I have been looking forward to this day. I have even thought of extravagant plans, events that would put the romantic scenes in Korean movies to shame. However, I realized, why the hell am I the one planning the event? I’m the girl, for crying out loud! Plus, I felt like I was always the one surprising him! And so, I waited for this day. And boy, he did not disappoint.


How can you not cry when you see this?! How?!

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I am not a very domesticated woman. Having lived with my family all my life (my yaya included), I didn’t really do much household chores growing up. And I never learned how to cook either, except maybe for rice and fried hotdogs/egg/fish. So imagine the boyfriend’s surprise when I told him that I was gonna cook for him.

Tuna pesto pasta is perhaps the only dish that I can whip up. Seriously. I learned it when I did a reality show and the talent had to make it. Anyway, armed with the ingredients, I went to his place to make the dish for him and thank God, it wasn’t a failure!!! ^___^


I never thought I’d be able to cook something that looks remotely yummy


His and Hers ^_^

But that’s not the punchline of this entry.

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If there’s one thing that you need to know when getting into a relationship with a Korean person, it’s that… Korea is the best. Keep that in mind and everything will be fine. Seriously. The boyfriend never imposed his Korean-ness to me until we started talking about the World Cup.

Okay. Here’s the deal. We were supposed to go on a trip with friends to Calaguas this June 12-14, partly in celebration of my birthday. He was someohow excited about it that’s why a couple of days ago, he baffled me when he said he couldn’t go if it’s on the 12th because something extremely important is coming up. It’s so important, he’d been waiting for it for 4 years – THE FIRST GAME OF KOREA IN THE 2010 WORLD CUP (against Greece). >_<;;;

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… or a purse, as he claims.

Most people will not make such a big deal out of it and don’t get me wrong, I’m not. Koreans owning a luxury-branded item is as common as Filipinos having at least one barrel man in their house. So no, I’m not even that surprised. (He’s saying, too, that it’s not even that expensive compared to other Prada products.)


not his bag exactly ut you get the drift

But. Still.

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If you watch Korean dramas and movies, you’d notice that most girls call their boyfriends “oppa”, mainly since the guys are usually older (I think). At first I thought it meant “honey” or “sweetheart”, until I became unstupid and realized that girls call their brothers that as well.

I assume that you have some sort of knowledge of the Korean culture if you’re reading this, otherwise, why else would you be in a blog called “MY KOREAN BOYFRIEND”? And you probably know that Koreans are strict about their honorifics and shit and you’d earn yourself some good ass-kicking if you don’t abide by their societal rules. So girls call the older guys ‘oppa’ and the older girls ‘unnie’ (spellings vary, stfu) and the boys call the older guys ‘hyung’ and the older girls ‘noona’. Right?

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