Diana -The blogger, traveller and a girl with heightened sense of romanticism told Look.TM how to be inspired by Gangnam style and live in an international marriage.
Look.TM: What else can I say...
Me: Maybe, I am a lucky person. And even he proposed to me like in a movie.
Look.TM: Maybe it is a fate. Come on, tell us about it.
Me: It happened on 27 December. I was enjoying my holidays in the States with him. where I visited his family in Seattle. It all happened suddenly. One evening he asked me to dress up very nicely, because we are going to a very special place. It was a beautiful tower with wonderful view of the City. The Space Needle. After dinner, we ordered dessert, as usual. I did not understand what was going on, as he went down on his knee. He opened a box and asked, "Will you marry me?" I thought it was a dream. How can I refuse? I said "Yes" and everyone started to clapping.
Me: Of course, me. He is a man, he supposed to be more restrained. But both of us are very romantic. Always prepare each other gifts and surprises. I still give him postcards and he gives me flowers or some jewelry.
Look.TM: And now you are living in South Korea, right?
Me: Yes, we are finally together. I moved to Korea this March, before I was living in Germany. And our relationship was built on distance. Of course, I visited him as often as possible. But now I finally moved to him, because I graduated from my school in Germany.
Look.TM: So, your relationship demonstrate that a distance relationship exists.
Me: Yes!. Unlike the boys from Kazakhstan, they are afraid or just did not want, or they can not.
Look.TM: Afraid of what?
Look.TM: you want to say, they do not trust?
Me: I think, it all depends from a person. I am, for example, quickly used to everything. And about my darling, he loves and respects everything about my culture. We visit sometimes a Kazakh restaurant in Seoul. He loves our food, but if he doesn't like he will never tell about it like a real gentleman.
Now I praised him on the entire Internet ( laughs).
Look.TM: Tell us about your style? what do you wear or what do you buy?
Me: I love everything simple, no frills. In my wardrobe you will not find anything black, except shoes and bags. I love jewelry, small details. I am not crazy about brands but have favorite stores like Zara, Forever 21, H&M.
Look.TM: When we made photo shooting for this article, your style reminded me of the South Korean. Heavy boots with a light chiffon maxi skirt, accessories.
Me: I think so too. I like their style. I guess, you can see only there sport boots with dress.
Look.TM: Why? I wear sport shoes too and dress. I think whole Europa does it too. And Seoul style is more eclectic, and your style mixed. Discreet, I can say.
Me: To be honest, I saw only on you sport shoes with dress. Most of the people in Kazakhstan wear more classic and you have always interesting looks.
Look.TM: where do you get inspired? do you you know any famous bloggers in Korea? Or Seoul street is better, than any bloggers?
Me: I met one of Korean blogger, I like her style, Her name is Jina. We met up in Seoul for Fashion gathering. The Gangnam is just super, every time when I go to shop there, I forget my camera.
Look.TM: Tell us about your hair. How often do you dye your hair?
Me: I am so tired to take care of them. They need a lot of attention, especially when do you dye them very often. This was my first time experiment to dye so light. I like it! But in the close future I will cut them short.
Look.TM: Let's finish our nice conversation on positive note. Can you make for our readers an interesting reportage about Seoul Fashion?
Me: Sure. I would like. But here is a little problem, korean girls are very shy. And I would try to get them to pose for me.
Thanks a lot to Gulnar Tyndybaeva.
Text translated by me.