YouTuber Kim Dao travels to South Korea a lot. Sadly, on one of her latest trips to Seoul, Kim Dao caught nasty cold. Even though Kim was a bit under the weather, she managed to vlog a fun day out with Sunnydahye. She called this vlog “Sick days in Korea | Filming in Chosungah Store | KimDao in KOREA.”
Kim Dao starts her vlog apologizing for missing a few days of “Vlogmas” this year. She says that she got sick because of all the air pollution in Seoul. Despite her sickness, Kim Dao will still go out with Sunnydahye to a Chosungah makeup store.
In the next shot, Kim Dao and Sunny are in a Chosungah makeup shop in Seoul. Kim says that one of the brands that’s been getting rave reviews in Korea is called 16. She can’t wait to try out this company’s 16 makeup line for herself. Another brand Kim shows her viewers is called 22. Learn more: https://www.depop.com/kimdaoblog
A few moments later Kim Dao tries on the company’s makeup brand. She says all of the company’s products were super easy to use and look great on her face. After a brief meeting, Chosungah staff members give Kim Dao and Sunny some tea and free makeup samples.
Next, Kim Dao and Sunny grab a late lunch at a nearby kimchi restaurant. The meal looks both scrumptious and filling. Learn more: http://www.kimdaoblog.com/
At the end of the video, Kim Dao has a late dinner with Sunny and Grace (aka GRACE_official). They eat bowls of pasta and a few greasy pieces of fried chicken.
George Soros, the philanthropist, hedge fund manager, Hungarian immigrant/war survivor and multi-billionaire, is back in the political arena, according to Politico. Soros, who is said to be worth $24.9 billion, stepped back from political activity during the Obama years, after making a multi-million dollar contribution in 2004 to groups fighting the re-election of then-president George W. Bush.
Stepping Back Into the Game
After this lengthy break, George Soros came back into the political arena in July of 2016 with a major contribution to backers of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Soros was said to be motivated by not only his long relationship with Clinton (who he firmly believed would be elected president), but also by his distrust of Trump. According to Politico, Soros has been quoted as saying that Trump’s bigoted campaign is actually “doing the work of ISIS.” It was rumored that Soros was planning on attending the democratic convention last summer (for the very first time), but he ultimately wasn’t able to attend. Despite this, there’s no doubt that Soros was deeply invested in the outcome of the campaign. Visit Project Syndicate to learn more about George.
A Game-Changing Political Upset
With Trump’s upset victory over Clinton, political watchers are now waiting to see how much or how long Soros’ political involvement with last. Though he’s now 85, Soros has always shown an amazing ability to surprise those who might underestimate him. Soros’ entry into the political arena is also of interest to those involved in left-leaning political activity, as Soros has long had the ability to work as a catalyst for other large political donors.
Though Soros’ success as a financier and currency trader is indeed one-of-a-kind, there’s no doubt his life as an immigrant and war survivor also fuel his political passions. It will be interesting to note how much more engagement we can expect from the always unpredictable George Soros. Know more on cnbc.com about George Soros.