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So as I’ve said in another post, Hyo loves to give me nicknames…usually after some animal that she thinks resembles me in some way. It’s more like a running joke between us, but she usually sticks to a few that she likes. I’m not as creative but I usually assign small thing/animals to her name (because she is small). I thought of acorn because her head reminded me of it :p

I wonder how she will get revenge on me for this post….



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2 thoughts on “Episode #39: 도토리효 (Acorn Hyo)

  1. francisco velazquez says:

    that name is so funny 🙂

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      It is isn’t it? :)…i heard it is a common cute nickname in Korea.

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