Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like -

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like


We all wished that we all lived a life like celebrities, living all in attention and glamour, with people all around us, when we blink and there are a lot of people gossiping about it, about how great that is, or how we did it. We have this feeling, that wants us to be loved and accepted by others so that we can be good to them.

This is where Korean artist Aeppol finds her inspiration and happiness. In a series of beautiful and whimsical illustrations that convey calm and tranquillity, the work of this Korean artist celebrates the innocence of youth, the beauty of nature and the happiness that can be found simply by being alone.They are revealing the innocence of the youth, and also how amazing living alone is. It might sound very off, or gloomy because we are afraid to lose people because they matter, but ultimately, it is very important to understand the difference between the black and hate people and we are not talking about the race. We are talking about the real and fake friendship. A lot of lives get ruined by all the fake friends, the black ones from the heart. It is important to understand that the family is the biggest permanent thing we all have.

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Read More: These Amazing Illustrations Prove That Living Alone Is A Blessing

Check out these illustrations by our Korean artist who shows what happiness in living alone actually feels like!

1.Living alone provides you with your “me” time and think about yourself and your life.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

2.You can think to take a walk all by yourself and talk to yourself and enjoy the way you want to.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

3.Take inspiration from the things you like, the way you like.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

4.Its sometimes to find a way to be good when you’re alone and also sick.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

5.Your adventures, just the way you want them to be.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

6.You can enjoy the rain, but maybe not, because it will remind you of all the disappointments.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

7.You can hear it in the silence, you can feel it when you walk.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

 

8.Live in the way you want, and how innocent the young life is.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

 

9.It’s your choice to wait and maybe not wait for someone.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

 

10.Cook what you want.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

11.Run, but don’t run from yourself.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

12.Feel the snow and let it go.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

13.The worst part is that you have to take it all by yourself, and the good part is, you’ll learn.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

14.You can read a book or two and become a new person. 

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

15.Living in loneliness but full of oneself is better than the materialistic life people run for.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

16.You can see or maybe paint a world like you want to.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

17.This photo tempts us to live alone. Kudos to those who live one.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

18.Are we out of the woods yet? Are we in the clear yet?

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

19.You can make your own day and your own night.

Korean Artist Shows What Happiness In Living Alone Looks Like

Shalini
Mostly found in cozy corners or near a dog. A mess of thoughts, sipping coffee from a wineglass, wild hair and often lost. Dreaming about world tours and ice-creams. Buys five books a month and reads one.

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