GrowingUpKorean Category

GrowingUpKorean: Kicked out of the house…naked

A fun #TBT #GrowingUpKorean story yall… So I was about 14/15 and I was a bit of a rebellion, probably more than I want to admit. I didn’t follow rules very well and I did not respond to any type of authority very well. To start off, it was summer break from school and this […]

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#TBT-GrowingUpKorean: Getting Rid of the Bad Blood

A lil throwback story for yall… #GrowingUpKoreanChronicles Question: Are all Asian mothers uncertified doctors? I ask because I got this treatment alot. When I was young, whenever I didn’t feel well, I got the “go lay down” treatment. But…. if I started feeling worse, throwing up, fever, etc, etc., I would received the worst home […]

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Happy Mother’s Day – GrowingUpKorean

First off, Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers! Thank you for continuous life lessons, whether we want them or not. Growing up, I remember my mom teaching me the art of having a green thumb (I still have a brown thumb). She taught me how to cut grass, use the weed eater, dig up weeds, […]

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GrowingUpKorean: The time I lost a toenail…

Have I ever told yall about the time I lost my big toe nail? Well… I was about 10/11 years old and it was the beginning of the school year. My friends and I had just hopped off the bus and we all decided to meet up at my house then ride bikes around the […]

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GrowingUpKorean: Because it’s my momma’s birthday…

Welcome to The Blasian Daddy Blog! So being my first post and it’s my momma’s birthday, I figured it would only be right to tell a story. If you follow me on Facebook, then you know #GrowingUpKorean can be tough, but funny to look back on. But regardless of the tough love, there’s nothing like […]

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My First Thank You

Welcome to The Blasian Daddy Blog! I’ve been thinking about doing a blog for while so I finally took the leap. Just writing about things we experience as a daddy, a husband, a son, a brother, and a friend.  Being raised by a Korean mother taught me to look at things differently. Now that I’m […]

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