Monday, July 1, 2013

Japan [Day 2]: Osaka

Thank you for watching. -S.Y.

The 'Glico' Man Pose

I've been waiting a long time to do this pose in front of the Glico Man. But why this pose? Glico, a Japanese confectionary company famous for their Glico caramel, advertised that one caramel would allow you to run 300 meters. 

Photo owned by: Soohyun Yang

3 Korean Girls in Japan from 3 different countries:

Japan • America • South Korea


It's interesting how the power of identity unites us. 
As women. 
As Koreans. 
As individuals who love Japan. 
Photo owned by: Soohyun Yang
Soohyun Yang
B.A. International Economics and Japanese Language and Literature 2014
Sigur Center 2013 Japanese Language Fellow
Sendagaya Japanese Institute, Japan

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