Hence, I spent the 14th of February at home, not necessarily in loneliness, with my iPod Touch. I missed my boyfriend but the whole time he was away wasn’t exactly unbearable. I filled my ipod with k-pop mp3s, k-movie clips, and hundreds of pics (Bi’s, of course!). The four days I spent hibernating in my room was by far the most fruitful for me, in terms of internet use, that is. Well, who would imagine that the day would come when I would learn to download torrents, use video converters, or differentiate avi from mp4? I was the staunchest anti-techie you can ever imagine.
And as I allowed myself to be engulfed by my whirlwind romance with Steve Jobs’ iPod Touch, I learned how to prepare kimchi bokkumbap. Kimchi bokkumbap is actually kimchi fried rice. It is so easy to make –just day-old rice, kimchi juice, some kimchi (spicy!), some meat, sesame oil, and fried egg. Truly no-fuss. For those who haven’t tried it yet, you can use My Korean Kitchen’s recipe. My Korean Kitchen features easy-to-follow recipes on Korean food, be it traditional or fusion.
And so, when my boyfriend came home, he was surprised to find the repackaged me. Yes, a net-savvy version of the girlfriend he left behind. He was truly elated that I am no longer idiotic when it comes to internet use. He is such a darling, isn’t he?
And this, dear stranger, concludes my post on V-day, iPod Touch, and Kimchi Bokkumbap.