Tag Archive: Kunwoo Kim

Austria Day 4 – 03.15.2008

Mar.15th.2008 On the fourth day in Austria, the sun was nicely beaming down and the whole city shined up. Today, I walked and walked and walked and walked. I took time to slowly… Continue reading

Austria Day 3 – 03.14.2008

Mar.14th.2008 On the third day, I went to the west side of Wien to visit places near the Habsburg House. I visited the Imperial Apartment, Wien Museum of Art History, the Treasury, Austrian… Continue reading

Austria Day 2 – 03.13.2008

Mar.13th.2008 On the second day in Wien, I went to visit the Stephan Cathedral, the Figaro House, the Wien Opera House, the Stadtpark, the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, and finally the Concert… Continue reading

Austria Day 1 – 03.12.2008

Mar.12th.2008 My Austria trip is probably one of the most memorable travels of my life. I was 17 back in 2008 and I traveled by myself for the first time. Also I was… Continue reading


This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to… Continue reading


Pen, Watercolor – Imitation work Drawn by Kunwoo Kim

Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet

[Spoiler Alert] Today I went to Hongdae to watch Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet. Parking at Hongdae was impossible! Thankfully I arrived near the theater 40 minutes before the movie, which was plenty for… Continue reading

The Martian – Ridley Scott

[Spoiler Alert] So here I am back home at 2:00am writing my thoughts on The Martian. The running time was pretty long, but it passed by pretty quickly. As a SF movie fan,… Continue reading

2015.08.23 – Sejong Triathlon

Well, after the Suwon Triathlon, I never thought I would write this sentence, but yeah, I finished my second triathlon race. I completed the race not alone, but together with my team NOEXCUSES. I… Continue reading

Right Now Wrong Then – Hong Sang Soo

This was my first Korea’s famous Hong Sang Soo film I’ve ever watched. “Right Now, Wrong Then” (지금은맞고그때는틀리다). Before watching this film, I consciously stayed away from any pre-information about this film so… Continue reading