“If you have feet, walk! If you have wings, fly! Whatever you have, use them! Don’t let them to rust!”
Kaki.. in korean 팔 is pronounced as pal, unlike 발 which is pronounced as bal.
You rarely see a Korean woman without a fantastic pair of shoes- shined, formal and… suggestive of clean feet?.. ptff
Feet are considered dirty in Korea- the dirtiest part of the body, in fact. Resting your feet on the couch, or close to someones head, is incredibly rude..
“My Korean Fb fellas ( 윤지 Yoon-Ji ) say Koreans Culture see feet is dirty, but shoes as contaminated. You want your guests to feel at home, so you put up with the atrocities attached to their ankles” kata diriknya.. Sidaknya x berbukak kasut masuk lam rumah oi.. Mun kita Malaysia tok org masuk rumah berkasut gya nang julin mata kita jelin nya koh.. Yoon-Ji kawan kamek rah Fb ya nang interested dengan Malaysia. Kamek salu cerita sal Sarawak ngan nya, nak bagus2 lah. Nok sik bagus ya simpan lam kasut, boh dicerita..heheh.. Sal dak kangkong boh dipadah, malu lah nak..hehe. Ya mekduak bercerita sal culture negara masing2.. Sampey lah kuar hal kaki indah..xda idea..hahaha
If feet are so dirty, why remove shoes in the home?! Us..Koreans see feet as dirty, but shoes as contaminated. You want your guests to feel at home, so you put up with the atrocities attached to their ankles”
I reply her:-
Its not that at all!. Why would you want to stomp around a clean house with your dirty shoes that have been walking on the streets? Just saying🙂.
Nearly all Korean apartments have heated floors, so it makes sense to enjoy the warmth. Also, traditional restaurants, where you sit cross-legged on a pillow, provide a mat or a shelf on which to leave your footwear.
Note ;- Sumber dari Wikipedia:- ###
The feet are flexible structures of bones, joints, muscles, and soft tissues that let us stand upright and perform activities like walking, running, and jumping. The feet are divided into three sections:
- The forefoot contains the five toes (phalanges) and the five longer bones (metatarsals).
- The midfoot is a pyramid-like collection of bones that form the arches of the feet. These include the three cuneiform bones, the cuboid bone, and the navicular bone.
- The hindfoot forms the heel and ankle. The talus bone supports the leg bones (tibia and fibula), forming the ankle. The calcaneus (heel bone) is the largest bone in the foot.
I’m starting this both with a blog about KAKI \! Yes! You read me! KAKI!!
Women tend to think of their Face before everything else..
When they think of Beauty, most people would think about the face.
Of course the Face is important!
But a lot of Women forget about their Feet!
I remember one day i met a Model (friends of mine) during my part time work – Beautiful Skin, Beautiful Face.
She needed help with the buckle on their heels so i offered to help her out. Her foot was so winkled and dry! Lol
I had to look up to check it was the same girl with the pretty face… duh nak ehh
Ladies, Don’t forget your feet!
When your skin is dry, you’d know to put on cream. But still, many people forget the feet! Why?
I’ve seen so many girls with dry heels, dry ankles, dry toes! It’s not attractive at all!
Especially when Spring is here and you’re going to start wearing sandals or summer heels. It doesn’t matter how pretty or expensive the shoes are if they are going to show your dry cracked foot!
Lotion and cream is a must. Once in a while, you should try a nice Foot Mask..
Here is some foot treatment for your neglected feet.
1. Watson’s Bamboo Vinegar & Milk Exfoliating Foot Mask
What I loved:
A) The easy availability!
I guess because it is a house brand of Watson’s & I’m like an avid fan of Watson’s stores! My friends gets annoyed. It is in practically every Watson’s store & hardly ever out-of-stock..
B) The short exfoliation session!
When I saw that I only had to put it on for an hour, I was pleasantly surprised! Which meant I didn’t have to walk around sounding like a monster with plastic bags as feet for so long! hehe
After removing the mask pads, I rinse my feet thoroughly with lukewarm water and towel dry. Although I do not see significant difference after usage but I do notice the skin around my heels is superficial softer and smooth. It is recommended to use every week in 2 months to keep the feet soft and smooth.
B) The smell.
Despite me saying that there is a correlation between smell & effect, this product is an exception. There was still little inklings of the exfoliation smell, but it went off very quickly though..
Will I buy it again ? Nope, lets try other brand. Lol
Definitely worth your money fellas
I use a foot mask maybe once a month, which might not be enough but i don’t like to overdose my skin. I like to train my skin to naturally survive on it’s own without too much effort and care. I’m a busy person and when i’m not busy, i’m very malas tahap The Gaban…heheh
You’d feel the thick buttery cream as you put on the foot mask. It’s good…
I leave it on slightly longer as i only treat my feet to this once a month.
The result is Very moist and glowing feet. The skin looked so healthy.
I recommend this if you have dried skin around your feet.
Overall, I think I shall stick to Baby Foot and Rich Butter Foot Mask.