Grand Central Market Wall, Los Angeles, Downtown

The 7 Best Breakfast Eateries Around L.A.

  Best Breakfast Eateries Around Los Angeles I want to share my list of favorite breakfast locations in Los Angeles and its surrounding neighborhoods.  I have chosen these restaurants based on their price, customer service and quality of food.  Here’s a list of my local favorites places to eat: Los Angeles Airport The Coffee Company Location: 8751 La Tijera Blvd., Westchester, CA 90045 By far … Continue reading The 7 Best Breakfast Eateries Around L.A.

Traditional Korean Music And Dance Performances

“Movement Korea” Performance Recap Besides mathematics, I believe one of the other languages that connect people is music.  Gwanggaeto Samulnori Art Company has performed in 20 countries promoting Korean traditional entertainment.  I attended their latest project: 2018 LA Ari Project “Movement Korea” at the Korean Cultural Center in Los Angeles. The night began with rhythmic music filling the Ari Hall theatre.  There were five  selections this … Continue reading Traditional Korean Music And Dance Performances

What To Expect The First Week Studying Abroad

What To Expect The First Week Studying Abroad After I arrived in South Korea I know that I needed to go to my nearest Daiso store it seemed like every day.  Imagine you’re moving into a new apartment what are the products you will need to purchase; close hangers, a broom, shower slippers the list could go on. However, that’s not what I’m going to … Continue reading What To Expect The First Week Studying Abroad

Phoenix Arizona, Hilton Garden Inn Hotel Sign

Holiday Travel To Phoenix, Arizona

Hilton Garden Inn Hotel and Resturants Review I’ve been to Phoenix several times over the last ten years to visit family.  However, this time was a bit different because of an event that only happens once in a teenagers life, high school graduation. It also meant that on a specific time and day I had to be at a high school football field to cheer … Continue reading Holiday Travel To Phoenix, Arizona

Lawrence Halprin: Fountain in Maguire Garden, Los Angeles Central Library

Downtown Los Angeles: Gentle Monster And Sightseeing

Central Library, Grand Central Market & Gentle Monster I finally decided I would share a mini guide to downtown Los Angeles top things to do with everyone.  Downtown is an exciting and busy area with the high rise buildings, restaurants, shopping districts and museums. I want to share the recent places I visited for any readers who plan on visiting Los Angeles this summer.  I … Continue reading Downtown Los Angeles: Gentle Monster And Sightseeing

National Small Business Week Virtual Conference

Lessons I Learned During The National Small Business Week If you’re in the trenches of starting a business than you’ve probably come across various conferences, podcast, webinars, and workshops offering advice on starting a business.  Some of the advice is given freely and some of the advice comes with a price tag. Recently, the Small Business Administration launched their first national small business week virtual … Continue reading National Small Business Week Virtual Conference

Minority Business Opportunity Day Conference Overview

Minority Business Opportunity Day Conference Overview Recently, I attended the Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council (SCMSDC) event.  The Minority Business Opportunity Day Conference was held at the Pasadena Convention Center. The conference connects corporate members with minority business entrepreneurs.  Their corporate members include companies such as The Coca-Cola Company, Microsoft Corporation, and Johnson & Johnson. *Full Disclosure – I was invited to attend the … Continue reading Minority Business Opportunity Day Conference Overview

Small Business Interview: Brandon Walcutt, Kohsi Design Centre

Small Business Interview: Brandon Walcutt, Kohsi Design Centre I first met Mr. Walcutt (right), as a presenter at Seoul Global Center.  He presented “Business Plan Writing and Presenting” as part of the business class I attended in South Korea. He lived in South Korea for more than 16 years and now resides in New York, NY.  Previously, he was a co-owner of a publishing company, … Continue reading Small Business Interview: Brandon Walcutt, Kohsi Design Centre

A Thirty-Something Korean American’s Journey To Korea

This guest post is written by Linda.  I first met Linda, during the one day tour of the Garden of Morning Calm and Petite France in South Korea.  It has been over a year since our first meeting.  During that time we have bonded over our love of travel, food, and family stories.  Below is her inspiring journey of moving and finding employment in Korea.  It … Continue reading A Thirty-Something Korean American’s Journey To Korea

Visiting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Art of Korea Exhibit Tour Recently, I went to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and visited their exhibition on the Art of Korea.  First, I must say that although I have lived in Los Angeles for more than fifteen years I have never been to the museum.  I don’t know why, but I always feel as though I have to go to another … Continue reading Visiting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art