Due to my boredom in the past few weeks, I decided to set-up a Korean e-mail address since I just found out that Yahoo! and other US e-mailing sites are banned in Korea. Of course, top on my choices is NateOn (because CyWorld KR is affiliated with them) but then it annoys me that I still have to send my passport (and I still don’t have my passport) so now it’s not in my choices anymore. Then I noticed that most of my Korean friends are using Naver so I decided to give it a try.
Making a foreign account is easy especially if you are familiar with the Korean words (well there’s GoogleTranslate when you need it) and good thing I don’t have to complete a passport authentication, not unless I have to use some of their other services. I thought that Naver was just for e-mailing purposes but it also has a blog thing, so I decided to make one!
There! I decided to make this blog written in Korean language, so as to practice my skills in Korean. Whatever I wrote there is pretty boring. I still can’t make long Korean sentences, so sometimes I rely on a translator. 😛 But if you have time, please visit my blog and write in my GuestBook or just view My Blog. Thank you!! 😀
Just a few guidelines…
When you visit my GuestBook, you will see these things inside boxes:
- 이름 = Name
- ◘◘◘◘ (4 dots beside 이름) = Password. It can be anything, but just remember it in case you wanted to edit your comment when you already entered it.
And below those things is the big box–yes –that one is for your comment/message. When you’re done, click 확인 (the one with the check). Tada!!
God bless everyone!
Have a nice day~~