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My Soul In Seoul

Published by bryanboy

안녕하세요! Anyeong haseyo! Hello my dearest readers. I’m currently in Seoul, South Korea for a television project. I can’t share the details for now but you’ll find out in March when it airs. I’ve always wanted to go to Seoul for years but never really had the opportunity to do so until now. My mom (god bless her) is a huge fan of Korean soaps. She’s just as excited as I am that I’m here. I love this city so much! It’s one of my favourite Asian cities — the food, the shopping, my gosh, I don’t even know where to begin. I’ll update you guys later. I’m late for my haircut. I love you all!

Bryanboy in Seoul, South Korea

Trunks by Timo

Published by bryanboy

I found the perfect swimming trunks! I’m obsessed with these geometric and graphic swimming trunks by Thai brand Timo. So cute! Love the colors, the cut, and the fit. No one in this planet should ever wear board shorts unless they’re a surfer. Also, no one should ever, EVER wear those icky bikini speedo-cut trunks unless you’re part of the (US) Olympic swimming team.

Yellow and blue Timo swimming trunks
Red, white and blue Timo swimming trunks
Geometric Timo swimming trunks

Available at Siam Center, Bangkok

Siam Center Bangkok

Published by bryanboy

As you already know, I recently went to Bangkok for the reopening of the iconic Siam Center after extensive renovations. It’s one of my favourite shopping destinations in Thailand. The Siam Center is one of Bangkok’s first shopping malls. If you ever visit the city any time soon, you must go to Siam Center. They alo have multiple ongoing art exhibitions in the shopping mall — as of today, you’ll find a few works by Andy Warhol (Silver Factory), Yohji Yamamoto (Anatomy of Black) and Jiro Endo’s The Illumination of Light.

Siam Center Bangkom Reopening
Silver balloons at Siam Center Bangkok
Siam Center interiors

The Siam Center is quite accessible. Just tell your taxi driver to take you there, or, take the super speedy Sky Train and get off at the ‘Siam’ exit.