Free Cute Korean Fonts!

I know how difficult it is to find really cute Korean fonts in the internet. I mean, most of us are stuck with what Google (in English) could provide us with; so I decided to look through Naver and was eventually led to this site.

From there, you can download wonderful fonts like the ones shown in the picture above. All you have to do is to click on the DOWNLOAD button (the one with the down arrow)!

Enjoy guys!!!
(and oh, yes, I LOVE SUPER JUNIOR! ㅋㅋ)

I do not own the fonts. I just saw it on Naver and shared it. ^^

C&E Holidays: A Pioneer in Singapore Tourism

Singapore is definitely one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world. Every year, millions and millions of travelers from all over the world come to this small nation to explore the unique beauty that it exhibits - a beauty that is intelligently formed by numerous attractions that appeal to people of all ages. 

However, it is not just the Singapore Tourism Board (and the rest of the government) that is responsible for the boosting of this industry. The travel agencies in the said country are also part of the successful ordeal.

Basically, the most famous thing that travel agencies in Singapore do is that they arrange trips for people who wish to travel to another city. You might raise your eyebrow and ask how that helps when they are actually contributing to other country's industry; but you see, traveling is a give and take process. The more they send to other cities, the more they attract to come to Singapore.

And among the many travel agencies which has been playing this important role in the tourism industry of Singapore is C&E Holidays Pte. Ltd. 

C&E Holidays, Pte. Ltd.

C&E Holidays is a renowned travel agency which has been in the business for more than 40 years already. During that span of time, it has created a reputation among the public as an efficient and trustworthy traveling partner. With this kind of background, the company has already established a good professional relationship with different major airline and hotel companies in different cities around the world - thereby assuring the clients of spectacular flying and lodging experiences.

The company is a proud member of the prestigious National Association of Travel Agents Singapore and the International Air Transport Association. Its operation is duly authorized by the Singapore Tourism Board so travelers can rest assured that transactions are not scams.

C&E Holidays has partners from all over the world. Thus, I think it is safe to say that sometimes, they also act as a redistributor of a traveling package. For example, their partners in South Korea design the itinerary which C&E Holidays will make available to Singaporeans. This simplifies the whole ordeal; because instead of transacting directly with the South Korean travel agency, people can just rest assured that C&E Holidays is doing the job for them.

This does not mean that travelers just have to follow the itinerary though. As customers, they are given the chance to express how they want their itineraries to be. Like for instance, they could choose where they want to stay during their trip in Seoul. Options are provided.

Being in the industry for more than four decades already, C&E Holidays has mastered the art of adapting to the fast-changing times; and as technology advances to the travel industry, the company has successfully kept up by launching AirTicketonSale and HotelsinAsia.

In Love: The 70/30 Principle

There's something very important which I remembered last night. It was the 70/30 Principle which I think I have forgotten for a while, due to this whole ordeal of feeling desperately in love with someone. Funny how I always impart it to others yet I would be the first to forget it when it's greatly needed. It is very stupid of me, I know; but I think I'm beginning to re-understand it. 

To those who don't know, the 70/30 Principle is the division of love you give to yourself and to your loved one. 70% should be yours and the other 30% shall be intended for others. This was taught to me by a really, really good friend and brother who I haven't met in a long time already. I know he's gonna be proud of me when he knew that among the many things he imparted with me, something this important is retained in my memory. 

I know that my principle could raise eyebrows. Others will deem it selfish but I believe it's just the right thing. It is based on the big question: "If you don't love yourself, how can you ever love others?" I mean, what could we give if we don't have anything to share, right?

I want to borrow Sir Bo Sanchez' idea of a love tank. He said that unless our love tanks are filled first, we would certainly not be able to fill others'; because as how I see it, people could only share when they have enough for themselves. 

No, that's not selfishness. I'm stating a fact here. And if you think that that 30% is too little, think again. That small percentage could actually equate to 70%, or even 100%! Then, the 70% which you are supposed to allot for yourself will, of course, mean more. 

My friends, don't think that that's impossible; because that blood-pumping organ in your chest - despite being just the size of your fist - could actually give room to the whole world, if you just let it.

Like how Stephen Chbosky wrote in the Perks of Being a Wallflower had said, we are infinite. We, as human beings who are capable of handling emotions, can actually handle much, much more than what we think we can; and provide others with so much. It's just a matter of how we do it. 

So going back to the real topic, I found it relieving that I got reminded of this principle. For a moment, I've lost myself on the thought of romance. I was just so eager to have the love of my life that I forgot that even to him, the most important thing is that I learn to love myself first. 

This is indeed an important thing to realize and I wish everybody who are in the same position as I am now would have this thought imbued in their hearts. Remember, if we don't love ourselves first before we love others, our love will be demanding. We would require our loved one to compensate so our love tanks would be filled and we would feel complete. In the end, we'll just be burdens to them; and that's not how love goes exactly. 

Love is selflessness and that's the main point of the 70/30 principle; and I'm glad that I remembered that. I realized that all these dramas should go now. I've had enough already and it's about time that I pay attention to myself more again.

So does this mean I'm letting go? Perhaps, I am. Or maybe I'm just moving on? I really don't know yet. I haven't decided. I can't decide. I'm nowhere near ready; but I'm this close (-) to giving up. Nonetheless, yes, I have to figure out first what to do with my own love tank and fill it with so much love so that I would not demand for anything back; and could just concentrate on providing unconditional love to people who deserve it. 

And if fate allows, I'm gonna go back to him as soon as my love tank gets filled and share with him everything I can - without expecting anything in return, without making him feel obliged that he should reciprocate. 

Someday, I'll be able to make him feel what true love is. But for the mean time, it's the 70/30 Principle first. It has to be me, first.