Korean/British moving London to SG. Want chatty friends.

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Korean/British moving London to SG. Want chatty friends.

Post by zantac » Wed, 24 Aug 2011 12:09 am

Hi, I am moving from London to Singapore in October.

Iam Korean but spent all my life in England. I am 37yrs old mum and would love to meet up with ladies for coffee or a glass of Vino.

Ladies who speak english and mandarin, let's swap language lessons over coffee or just laugh.

Sorry but no gentlemen. Just ladies only.

Rachel

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Post by MamaLavie » Wed, 24 Aug 2011 9:15 am

Hi, I can chat with you online, I am a mummy of two. :) But can't meet up though because of family commitment. Am a full time working now.

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let's meet up and chat

Post by kittycanadian » Wed, 31 Aug 2011 9:36 am

hello, I am a 34 female original from Beijing, but received education in Canada & Australia.

I married but have no kids now(plan to have one as quick as I can), so I have time to spend with friends. If u like to share ur culture with me, pls let me know.

cheers

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Post by maxidog » Wed, 31 Aug 2011 10:00 am

We are a Korean-British family moving from Seoul to Sing soon, hopefully. I'm a bloke but my wife is Korean & spent much of her life in the UK. 우리 세명다 한국어 해요.

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Brit Korean

Post by zantac » Mon, 05 Sep 2011 7:40 am

To Kittycanadian,

This is my first reply here so hope it's a correct one. :oops:

Thanks for the msg and yeah, sure I would love to meet up when I am there.
I am going mad with packing in London at the moment. We will be in SG around mid Oct so keep in touch and will meet up when I have recoverd from jet lag. Am planning another child also so we can talk a lot on that. lol.


To Maxidong,

Hey, nice to meet you. BTW are you also Korean or is it just your wife?
you type without a typo!! It's late here and will save my self an embarrassment of spelling error and just type on in English. lol
I guess you have a child as you mention 3 of you speak Korean..? wow, my daughter speak it but with protest and my son would rather speak dutch! Let me know when you are there and we can meet up with hubbies in tow for a drink or just go for an after noon tea there (which I will miss)


Rachel

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Re: Brit Korean

Post by nakatago » Mon, 05 Sep 2011 9:13 am

zantac wrote:To Maxidong,

Hee-hee...
"A quokka is what would happen if there was an anime about kangaroos."

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Post by maxidog » Mon, 05 Sep 2011 11:13 am

Thanks to zantac I'm going to be known as maxidong on here now, aren't I? :cool:

No, I'm English (we are an ajossi-free family). Our son was born in Seoul so he speaks Korean natively (he's 4). Korean grammar gets into his English sometimes and he speaks like a very cute Yoda. "Daddy, I'm hungry but!"

I'll send you a PM with my wife's email when we get our feet on the ground, would be great to have a family meetup. 이사 잘 하십시오 ^^

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Post by kittycanadian » Sat, 10 Sep 2011 7:02 pm

hello Rachel,

u can contact me at kittycanadian@hotmail.com when u have time. good luck for packing.

cheers,

kitty

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Post by zantac » Thu, 15 Sep 2011 7:42 am

Thanks Kitty, I have PM you.x

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hi zantac

Post by happynsmile » Thu, 13 Oct 2011 6:24 pm

Hi good to read your post.

I am also a Korean with a British hubby. Moving to SG almost 9 months ago.

Not have a kid yet :wink:

I think you have already landed in this country, so if you would like to meet me, then please contact me to my email.

Hopefully we can meet up!
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Hello,

Post by lucysing » Mon, 17 Oct 2011 2:44 pm

Hello,
I also came to Singapore from EU a couple of moths ago. but I'm Korean lady. :)
Hope see you in SG!

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Happy smile, Lucy sing

Post by zantac » Tue, 18 Oct 2011 9:13 am

To happy smile, I have pm you.

To Lucy sing

Where a bouts in Europe did you stay at?

It's hot hot hot here!! Wow.
Make up melting within a minutes of walking out of condo...

Have you girls found a good Korean grocery store?

I can't seem to find one where they sell fresh vegetables... ..? Odd.

Hope to catch up with all of you soon.

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Well....Korean grocery..

Post by lucysing » Tue, 18 Oct 2011 10:39 am

You know what I ordered in caffee finally? Fresh salard and fresh espresso. I know that are arkward combination, but I missed alot since I came to singapore.
haha..
I am not sure you can find fresh vegitables.. as you know SG everything import from overseas..
Well, Korean marktet.. I ordered some stuff by internet.
http://koreamart.com.sg/

Sure, I hope see you ASAP :p

Good day to you!

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Hi Zantec

Post by happynsmile » Tue, 18 Oct 2011 11:55 am

Hi

I got your PM, but I cannot use the feature at the moment. Maybe I need to post more...

Could you email me? Then I can reply to you, so we can meet up!


Once I get your mail, then I will reply to you to organize our first meeting.
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vegetables

Post by happynsmile » Tue, 18 Oct 2011 11:57 am

I usually get fresh vegies from big Cold Storage..:)

Just google and you will find out near your condo.

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