Yongjoon So

Yongjoon So

Seoul, Korea / I & O Psychology || Behavior Psychology || communication || open || share
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Differences in the Brains of Introverts and Extroverts (Infograph)

Differences in the Brains of Introverts and Extroverts (Infograph)

How to write in Elvish. Broken down. This makes me so freakin happy. Totally going to learn. @karen ceballos

How to write in Elvish. Broken down. This makes me so freakin happy. Totally going to learn. @karen ceballos

[Tolkien]54 characters by Wavesheep.deviantart.com on @deviantART I dont have words for how much i love this!

[Tolkien]54 characters by Wavesheep.deviantart.com on @deviantART I dont have words for how much i love this!

Here are some Lord of the Rings random facts (Part 7)

Here are some Lord of the Rings random facts (Part 7)

How To Get Up Early - Start a Great Day and Feel Awesome Throughout It! | #lifeadvancer | www.lifeadvancer.com

How To Get Up Early - Start a Great Day and Feel Awesome Throughout It! | #lifeadvancer | www.lifeadvancer.com

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https://thoughtleadershipzen.blogspot.com/ #thoughtleadership Emotional Intelligence

https://thoughtleadershipzen.blogspot.com/ #thoughtleadership Emotional Intelligence

Tengwar Used to write Quenya, Qenya or High-Elven, the most prominent language of the Amanya branch of the Elvish language family. Tolkien complied the "Qenya Lexicon", his first list of Elvish words, in 1915 at the age of 23 and continued to refine the language throughout his life. It is based mainly on Finnish, but also partly on Greek and partly on Latin. (...)

Tengwar Used to write Quenya, Qenya or High-Elven, the most prominent language of the Amanya branch of the Elvish language family. Tolkien complied the "Qenya Lexicon", his first list of Elvish words, in 1915 at the age of 23 and continued to refine the language throughout his life. It is based mainly on Finnish, but also partly on Greek and partly on Latin. (...)

Write your name in Elvish.

Write your name in Elvish.