If you look through my blog, it may appear that I went on hiatus. Shortly after I started my blog, I got an internship writing for SnackFever's (The Daebak Company) online magazine. They are a cool company that sells subscription boxes, ranging from Korean snacks to K-beauty. Basically, I ended up doing what I was already doing at Tiffood, writing about international cuisine and snacks, specifically Korean. Sometimes, I got to write about Korean entertainment, such a K-Pop or K-Dramas. That was really fun too! I got to learn so much more about Korean culture through it. I even got to interview Kevin Woo, a Korean-American singer and actor! If you love Korean food, you should check out his Instagram, he posts cooking tutorials sometimes!
I went through the articles I wrote during my time there and compiled them here so you can check out what I did during my time. It was a really great opportunity and I made so many friends! I miss it sometimes, but, now, I can go back to Tiffoodie!
Flavor Trip: Korean to Caribbean Cuisine (one of my favourite articles to write!)
A Refreshing Cool Breeze Found in the 'Little Forest' (review of my favourite Korean film)
Spotlight on Korean Directors: Yim Soon-Rye 🎥 (She is my favourite Korean director)
Essential K-Dramas for the Food Lover in All of Us! (some of my favourite K-dramas featured)
Korean Home-Cooking On The Go: CJ Hetbahn Cupbahn (my favourite instant meals!)
All of the Pop, None of the K: K-Pop Artists Venturing Abroad (I LOVE all these artists)
The Korean "Egg Roll": Gyeran-mari (one of the first Korean foods I made and STILL make all the time)
Remember the Classics: DAY6 Covers, Part 1 (stan DAY6)
QUIZ: Which GOT7 Song Are YOU? (my one and only quiz I made)
Turtle Chips: Layers of Flavour (my favourite Korean snack!)
BTS Becomes First Boyband to Address the United Nations (my very first article for the company!)
Looking back at it now, I wrote A LOT. Wow. I'm sort of...impressed by myself? 😂 I love looking back at all the cute and punny titles I came up with too! How did I think of some of those things when I was a sleep deprived university student?
Let me know your favourite article in the comments below!