I grew up in Seoul, South Korea. Now I live in west London with my husband, Toby food and drinks photographer and our daughter, Kiki who loves seeing the world upside down than right way up.I started babaganuj back in 2011 over on blogspot. You can read why and how I got it started here.
I used to write stories about family and food from my humble kitchen.
I was awarded as 100 best food blogs by Woman and Home magazine and contributed many recipes to CookAnd magazine Korea.
I quit my day job back in March 2016, following what I would call a post natal identity crisis and embarked on ongoing journey of self discovery and the quest of seeking a truly meaningful life. The birth of our child made me see the real frame of time and question about the purpose of life. I soon realised in order to focus better on what matters, I needed to eliminate the rest that doesn't add value.
Simple. Less. Better.
After some intense soul searching, I decided to restart the blog to share all things I am passionate about, which includes motherhood, food, camping and travels.
I am currently working on creating garments using linen and denim for children and adults, that gets better with the age and wear. It is a small carefully considered minimalist capsule wardrobe pieces designed and made in UK, which I am hoping to launch through this site early 2018.
I am not a chef but a passionate cook who likes to throw a decent spread occasionally.
I advocate my father's ethos of family who eat together stay together, and would love nothing more than just to be able to set a good example of being a decent human being for my darling daughter.
I am secretly a hippie at heart and love being barefoot.
Thanks for dropping by. X