A physical feature I love? Eyes. In Korean, they are called 눈 (nun), which can also mean snow, depending upon context (I believe). 눈물 (nunmul) means 'tears'; a combination of 눈 and 물 (water). Pretty cool. ^^
The first thing I notice about a person is their eyes. They portray so much emotion and they can be so varied in appearance; some are big and round, others small and slanted. Some are buggy and others are glassy. Yet even more differences can be found in color; green, blue, gray, black, brown, and millions of other combinations.
I happen to be very captivated by the different kinds of green and brown that can be found. Green eyes, to me, are by far the most beautiful eye color to be found. Brown comes in second (yeah, I realize I have brown eyes...at least I don't dislike my eye color). Blue eyes can also be extremely beautiful; my sister has the most gorgeous blue eyes.
|Inside the East Asian Language Department at Ohio State University! We were obsevering a class going on below...and gosh do I look sleepy. XD I have really small eyes. ^^|
|Picture taken by my friend Hannah. A very interesting pair of green eyes.|
|Micky Yoochun. Asians are a good example of the different colors of brown eyes can be.|