(amateur)(and self-proclaimed) artist, poetic nerd, intersectional feminist, bad viola player, vegetarian, queerio, professional procrastinator, Ravenclaw
I'm a Korean that can't speak Korean (I understand some of it though. At least there's that ha...)
Currently attempting to recover from b/p eating and BDD.
painting, drawing, writing poems and stories, making some noise on my viola, reading, watching slam poetry, attempting to exercise, tennis, wasting my life on Tumblr, feeling the bern, fangirling over Alissa White-Gluz (I have a very serious crush on her), listening to music, procrastinating life in general, overusing ellipses...
art (love surrealism especially), written & slam poetry, writing, photography, classic novels, Harry Potter, politics (I'm not as educated on some issues as I'd like to be; I'm just beginning to become woke), animal rights, human rights, intersectional feminism, SAGA (or LGBT+), psychology, neurology, music, bands I like, social justice, environmentalism, space, science, black lives matter, Poe + Finn, paradoxes, body positivity (I say this as I look in the mirror and think something that's quite the opposite of self-love)
London After Midnight, Arch Enemy, Alissa-era The Agonist, Kamelot, and Death are my top favorite music artists. I'm also starting to really get into Epica. I listen to mostly rock and metal music (and maybe occasionally I listen to KPop...)
Favorite TV Shows:
South Park...that's about it. I don't watch much TV at all
anything from Tim Burton, Harry Potter series, Narnia, Star Wars, Big Hero 6, The Phantom of the Opera, Beauty and the Beast (Disney)
Jane Eyre, Frankenstein, Dracula, The Phantom of the Opera, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Help, The Plague, Alice in Wonderland & Alice Through the Looking Glass, His Fair Assassin trilogy, Taking Flight by Siera Maley, Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier, The Hero and the Crown & The Blue Sword by Robin McKinley, A Dog's Purpose & A Dog's Journey by W. Bruce Cameron
"Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision." -Salvador Dali