A Day in the Life: Albert Hogeol Lee
It’s only been a couple of months, but I have been going to group training sessions in the morning. I'm not a very active person and I really don’t like working out or waking up early. But I turned 30 this year (in Korean age. Korean age is weird) and my body has been starting to give up on me, so I had to do something about it.
Time for the commute! I usually take the train to get to the studio in Sydney Central. It used to be quite a stressful journey, but after COVID, even the peak hour is not so crowded. Things have changed, I guess.
At the studio we have new fancy coffee machine. This monstrous machine has been one of the main motivations for me to travel all the way to the studio.
The weather has been quite horrible throughout this year in Sydney, but when we get lucky and get a beautiful sunny day, there is no better place to enjoy it than the rooftop of our studio.
I usually pack a salad or sandwich for lunch. I once made a prosciutto, fig, and blue cheese sandwich, and I was so proud of myself that I was showing picture of it to literally everyone I met. And yes, of course I am sharing that picture here with you once again.
After lunch, I often take a quick nap in the sun or in the editing suite in the studio to refresh myself. Thanks to whoever is in charge of buying stuff for the studio. We recently got some nice cushions in the editing suite and my power nap has never been better.
I usually batch prepare food to eat and this week is bibimbap week. It’s quite an effort to prepare all the vegetables separately but once you batch prepare it, you are set for the week. You really can’t go wrong with bibimbap.
After dinner and batch preparing food, I try to fit in some time with my partner and some time to do personal project but most of the time. It is so hard to fit all of it into one day.