With hubby four-hours-by-plane away, there was nothing to expect for Valentines day. But a sister-in-law was thoughtful enough to send these to mother-in-law, another sister-in-law and me: Happy Valentines Day!
I mentioned in my previous post that “In contrast with how Korean’s celebrate valentines day, I always think that this day is reserved for lovers“. I wrote this because Koreans celebrate valentines day by women giving chocolates to the opposite sex. This giving of chocolates is not limited to the woman’s boyfriend or husband or… Read More Chocolates – A Social Obligation?
In contrast with how Korean’s celebrate valentines day, I always think that this day is reserved for lovers. So, my idea of valentines day is intimate. How could you get more intimate than this gift? Happy Valentines Day!
February. Stores are colored red. Heart-shape symbols are everywhere. The winged-Cupid dominates the posters. Back in the Philippines, and for the most part of the world, women would anticipate love letters, bouquet of flowers, candle-light dinners and elegantly-wrapped boxes. Welcome to South Korea! Comes February 14, women will give men chocolates and flowers. Advance Happy… Read More Love Month