I miss you | Bogoshipuh

보고싶다 (bogoshipda). Mean “I want to see.” Another way to say “I miss you” is 보고싶어 (bogoshipuh).

I want to travel far; but I usually end up with a no. I know I can only afford once.

Not because I don’t want too, but because I can’t afford it and I’m afraid the feeling of missing it, after I left will prevail.

No matter how I think of snow, I usually end up in a tropical rainforest climate. Hence, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore is very familiar. It’s okay. KL for the foods and shopping. Singapore for the mindset. Still, I love the cold.

I used to be obsessed with United Kingdom’s universities. Dreamt and prayed about it. Due to Edinburg and Oxford’s sentiment about Brunei and the person we love; I feel worried about how they will view me as a Bruneian. Thus, I have to miss it less and find another cold weather and snow to where will care less of from where I am. I would love to study in Singapore (even though there’s no snow), but I know it is costly and my qualification won’t get accredited there. If I could be random at heart, I would love to study in South Korea, near to Seoul. I don’t mind experiencing teaching in Korea too. I need a Korean family, so please adopt me.

I miss Japan, again my wallet is against it. However, going to South Korea is a must; in hope for a long vacation there. Random and recently, I also have the urge to visit Taiwan. Due to that, I end up watching a Taiwanese drama series. Perhaps 2020 is the year I stepped my foot to Seoul.

In the end, I’m going to miss where I have been (far). Bogoshipuh

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