How did you guys save money so well? any tips? ^^;
We saved money over a long period time since we knew that we wanted to go on the trip. Also we would save weekly and limit our spending depending on the things that we needed. This was hard but worth is since we got to splurge all at on go.
- Have a goal and set aside some money each week for saving and make sure you stick to the plan
- Think do you really need the item before purchasing
- Bring packed lunches instead of buying lunch haha.
where did u get ur acrylic lipstick storage from?
We got them from Kmart and there are also some on eBay! :)
why still no video uploaded? I freakin miss your vlog
Sorry, our updates will be delayed over the next month due to university and work commitments but we will try our best to find time to edit asap.
Have you been clubbing in Korea, what's it like?
Yes we did. It was a lot of fun but really crowded.
when you guys went to korea in december, how early did you book your tickets? and approx how much were they? and what airline? thanks!
We booked them around July and they were around $1700 (from memory) but this was also to Singapore. We went with Singapore airlines as we wanted to visit Singapore after Korea.
Did Yall buy any shoes in Korea?:)
Yes we did! Mainly western branded shoes like converse and vans. And also some boots.
Hey Diemmy and Michelle! I am doing my HSC this year any advice? And can I ask what was your Atar?
Hi there! Just prepare your notes and memorise everything before the exam. Practice past papers as well - that helps a lot, especially because they sometimes use the same question but make small changes to it. Also prepare and practice essays. Also another important aspect is balance - make sure you have elements of studying and free time. All the best!
what are some reasons you guys love korea? do you think it is better than australia?
There's many things we love about Korea - the night life, the endless cafes, great shopping, good food and just the society. However, we can't say we think its better than Australia since we went there for a holiday, as opposed to living in Australia. However, every country has its pros and cons.
How much was the Airbnb place both times you went to Korea?
From memory - we think it was approximately $600 per person.
Where can I buy SIM card? And what SIM card? And how to recharge it?
Hey! omurice is a food u ate at the day 15 vlog before u headed to namsan tower...where is that exactly?
It's at a place called Goddess in Hongdae - but is also a franchise and can be found in other areas.
What do you both study at university?
Michelle: Bachelor of Education/ Arts
Diemmy: Bachelor of Commerce/ Arts
Hi Diemmy and Michelle i love your vlogs! :) Uhmm. Can i ask what is the name of the barbeque restaurant where you eat at. Is it really cheap and good?
Thanks for watching! :) The barbeque place we eat at is called Gu-i-ga and is in Hongdae. It is super good and super worth it! :)
This may be a silly question but where did you get your brown bag in the Korea vlogs? It's gorgeous!
Which brown bag is this? ☺️
have you ever thought about collaborating with other youtubers?
It would be fun to collaborate with other youtubers!
in butter finger pancake did u guys order in the cashier or they brought u the menu to the table? thanks
We ordered when we were at our tables with the menu
where exactly is sinsha? is there a subway station with sinsha name on it? I miss your vlog btw...
Sinsa is an area in Seoul. We don't know the exact location but yes, there is a subway called Sinsa - which is on the orange line. A new vlog will be up on Monday!
what subjects did you guys study for your HSC?? 😮
Michelle: Advanced English, 2U Mathematics, Ancient History, Business Studies, Legal Studies and Visual Arts
Diemmy: Advanced English, 2U Mathematics, Biology, Economics, Society & Culture and Legal Studies
is the legal drinking age in Korea 19 or 20 (in terms of international age) also, does it matter if your birthday hasn't passed yet to reach the exact age (but born on legal year)
We understand that the legal drinking age can be confusing and sometimes it can be confusing for us to explain it as well. But the international age is 18 i.e. the Korean legal age is 19. We believe you just have to be born in the legal year i.e. your birthday does not need to pass yet. For instance, it is currently 2015 - so to be considered legal in Korea, you have to be born in 1997.
Hi, thanks for answering about the phone unlock thing. My phone is iphone 5s :)