How are you guys doin? Been a long time.
As most of you know, I haven’t been updating this blog quite frequently. I am trying to stay away from our kitchen because I’m into the Cohen diet program. And just to update you about it, I lost about 19lbs for the first two months. Hurray! And tomorrow’s gonna be my third weigh-in and blood test. Wish me luck! 🙂 I’m actually not expecting to lose much because I’ve had sooooo mannnnyyyy cheat days this month 😦 Then again, I’m hoping that, because I’m staying away from rice and I’m kinda watching what I eat even if they’re not technically allowed in the program, I’d still lose about, say 5 lbs? 😀 *keeping my fingers crossed*
So, what have I been doing lately?
First, I’m swamped with lots of things to do because I’m gonna put up my own business. Yup, it’s related to food and I’m doing it with some friends as partners. So all the preps, studies, reports, research, food development, etc… all the works… they’re keeping me super occupied. There’s also a slight opportunity for me to go to Taiwan to attend an expo or participate in a specific study about food. We’re also kinda pushing ourselves to launch something by end of October. So it’s pretty much toxic!
Second, I’m making an itinerary for our post-Christmas trip to HongKong. If you’ve been following my blog, you’d notice that I’ve been goin’ to HongKong every now and then, and this December is no exception.
And third, which is the most exciting update from me, I’m going to Seoul in March next year! 😀 Woohoo! And that’s what the title is all about.
I already got our tickets for Seoul and the only thing missing would be our visa. I heard it’s not easy getting a visa but some people told me that it won’t be as hard because I’ve been to the United States and that I have a valid multiple-entry visa for 10 years. Well, I’m really counting on that.
Anyhow, let me share with you some of the stuff I found out as I did my research on how to apply for a Korean visa. The details are below: