Here are some things I enjoyed this March.
1. I’m disappointed to find that the really cute Korean movie I was going to recommend, My Sassy Girl, has the worst trailer of all time. So I’ve included a scene that embodies some of this movie’s cuteness. Sorry no subtitles. Also, if it feels frivolous I’d just like to say that the ending, in my opinion, is not. I think its worth your time!
2. This month, in honor of Paddy’s Day, I went through How the Irish Saved Civilization by Thomas Cahill. (Read: I listened to the book on tape.) It tells about Ireland’s often unknown role in preserving classical texts during the fall of the Roman Empire, in their monasteries. You’re welcome, everyone.
3. For the first time, I’d like to share one of the articles from my Perspectives class that I really enjoyed. Is God Colorblind or Colorful?by Miriam Adney talks about the importance of culture in the church and role the church could play in helping preserve ethnic cultures that are quickly being lost due to globalization.
4. KOREAN FOOD!! Eating Korean food all the time in our house has been an awesome change! The only recipe book we’ve used so far is Quick and Easy Korean Cooking but, to be honest, most of what we’ve made comes from Sung’s head and I can’t really channel that onto this blog.
5. This month Sung and I (embarrassingly enough) saw our FIRST Wes Anderson movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel. It was so entertaining and also really beautiful to look at. I guess we’ll have to go back an see some of the others now. Any recommendations?
Until next month, here are my favorites! ❤