I’m a woman and I was born December 7, 1995.
About me: Hi^^İ’m İrem. I love being friends with people from other countries. I like to anime, Kpop, Kdrama, Jdrama.
Kind of pen pal I am looking for: snail mail, pen pal, someone near my age.
Languages I can read/write: Turkish and English.
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I’m a man and I was born November 29, 1996.
About me: Tungjatjeta, Hi! I’m Tansel. The meaning of my name’s just time of dawn. The hustle and bustle of people, especially the workers step away from the hectic sleepy. Then one day a new awakening of the city... Good morning pen pals, world and humans. I like this time... Anyway, I love to know new people. I’ll write future about my hobbies, family, friends, my country and I will mention a few more things at E-Mail or WhatsApp... I’m looking for language exchange (especially Albanian-English-Russian-Arabic), who can suggest legend movies, one day I can met with someone at somewhere, I want to meet people who can drink coffee together. I hope :)
Kind of pen pal I am looking for: Snail, Pen pal, Friends, Brotherhood, want to teach new language to me
Languages I can read/write: English and Turkish.
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34696 Uskudar, Istanbul
I’m a man and I was born April 2, 1977.
About me: I am an Accountant and living in Istanbul. Work in chocolate factory.
Kind of pen pal I am looking for: all kind of pen pal
Languages I can read/write: English and Turkish.
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I’m a woman and I was born July 19, 1999
About me: I’m into anime and other cultures. I read a lot and love communicating online.
Kind of pen pal I am looking for: I’m searching for someone around my age. It would be better if I could find a girl. And my English might not be so well. So someone who wouldn’t mind that, maybe? (*^﹏^*)
Languages I can read/write: English
I’m a woman and I was born September 23, 1988.
My name is Merve and I am from Istanbul. I am married with a great man. I always want to have a pen pal that I can write him/her real letters with postcards maybe :)
I like to see new places and also learning new languages. It is really hard to find spare time to learn language but I am doing my best :)
It will make me really happy to have pen pals from different countries.
Kind of pen pal I am looking for: who likes to write about anything
Languages I can read: English (very good), German and French is not good as English :)
Languages I’d like to write in: English, French, German
I’m a woman and I was born January 19, 1991.
About me: I’m a woman and I was born January, 19, 1991.
I’m brunette and I have brown hair and brown eyes. I’m an honest, kind, ordinary, shy but friendly person who loves to hang out with my friends and meet new people. I’m geography teacher newly. My English skill is not good so I’d like to improve my language skills.
I like reading, watching, listening to music, singing, animals and nature. I enjoy learning about other cultures and countries. My dream one day is to travel all the world to start from Korea. I like to collect fridge magnets, postcards, basic handmade souvenirs and swap small gifts with my letters. I’d rather write snail mail, but I’d rather people contacted me initially by email. I’m hoping that I can meet some new people via pen palling.
Kind of pen pal I am looking for: I would like female snail mail pen pals between ages 20 - 26, outgoing persons who wants a long-term true pen friend. Also I’m interested in Korea about all.
Languages I can read: English (I want to improve), fluently Turkish, little some Korean (I want to learn so much)
Languages I can write: English
I’m a woman and I was born July 29, 1996.
Hi, I am Feyza and I am female. I am a university student in Turkey. I love writing, drawing, singing, reading, listening to music and chatting with my friend (Also I am really a good listener). Music, old-fashion things, history, art and photography are my passion. Pen pal I am looking for: warm, unusual, cultured friend because I want to improve my English and share information which I know. Also, I am using most of social websites. That’s all.
Languages I can read/write: English.
Fatma Nesibe Karaman
I’m a woman and I was born September 12, 1996.
About me: I am open minded girl, I can talk about everything, I can listen people's issue, give advice sometimes and I love series, films, books, bands.
Kind of pen pal I am looking for: close to my age, so we can understand each other well and better be open minded like me.
Languages I can read/write: English.
PK: 28 06310 Kecioren
I’m a man and I was born May 18, 1995.
About me: Hi I’m Talha from Turkey. I want a snail mail pen pal who can be my friend for a long time, who can debate (mind storm) about a subject and who can write long mails (I mean one full page is enough :) ) I want to talk in English but I can speak German a bit, so if you know German feel free to teach me! Also if you are from North Europe I want to learn your language. If you want, I will do my best. Like most of people, I can listen any genre if sounds good, generally read best-sellers, I can cook quite well, I really love hiking, when I’m bored I search something about history on the internet or library.
So my friend, we can share your life experiences, we can share anything you want. Please just message me. I’m waiting you.
Kind of pen pal I am looking for: Female or male, ages between 17-40
Languages I can read: English, German, Turkish
Languages I can write: English, Turkish
Eskişehir Merkez PTT, PO Box 72
I’m a woman and I was born May 5, 1991.
Isn’t it strange that everyday we pass by a stranger on the road and never know what kind of life that person has been leading? We lose our curiosity in the process of growing up. Neither the people in the street nor the forgotten aspects of life intrigues us once we grow up. Living indoors, visiting shopping malls instead of parks, chatting online, forgetting how to greet someone in reality (because virtual world becomes one’s reality by time) seem to be the new big trend of our century. I was born in the 90’s. “I was born too late to a world that doesn’t care” like Sandy Thom says. Well, no one can change it, right? That means there is no point in whining about the world I was born in. People are people after all. Years may change but our nature does not. For that reason, I don’t necessarily call myself an old soul. I just miss those times people talked to each other and developed a better understanding towards this complicated life. We don’t need to live in the 50’s or something to achieve that although befriending some beatniks would be just perfect.
I am not your typical Turkish girl. I don’t even know if I ever felt a fathomless connection to the society I was born in. We are not able to choose where and when to be born. Isn’t it funny that we discriminate people for something they can’t change? I told you I was born in the 90’s, right? My childhood years passed reading heaps of Russian novels and adoring the great Russian literature. I believe I also have a soft point for Russian Cinema (both Soviet films and contemporary ones). I cannot get enough of Eisenstein, Tarkovsky, Sokurov and the other great Russian directors. If you are a Russian and still haven’t watched any of these directors, you really should. If I were Russian, I would devour all Russian classics. I also remember that I read a lot of Turkish, French, American, British, Italian and German novels. I am basically in love with literature and don’t see any harm labelling myself a bookworm. I must admit I am also a huge cinephile who watches at least two movies per week. That’s quite a bit of something, huh?
You may think I live indoors from what I have written so far. Well, I don’t. I enjoy going for long walks and observing people in the street as an absolute flâneuse, spending time with my fiancé at cozy cafés, drinking my favorite coffee thereabouts, meeting my friends and having silly or serious talks with them, travelling sometimes, discovering new places, chilling on the grass, wearing my shabby clothes and cycling around the city, dropping by bookstores and buying new books, posting letters and so on. You see? I am not living indoors. I actually like to spend more time outdoors than indoors because life is outside for a free spirit. Needless to say, I also fill in time daydreaming, listening to my inner voice, cherishing my solitude, writing letters, reading books, watching movies and not talking for hours as an ambivert.
There is a bizarre relation between me and old things. I simply cannot throw away things. I am a bit stacker and like to gather old things like Baudelaire. He called the items he collected “little oldies” and wanted to save every forgotten things from the brutal capitalism goddess’s gears. Speaking of Baudelaire, you should know I have a huge passion for anything avant-garde. I would talk to you for hours about dada, surrealism, absurd philosophy, Italian Neorealism, The French New Wave, beat generation, the hippie movement and many other things you would like to debate. No. I don’t pretend to be a hipster nor hippie. I believe what you wear does not reflect what you think. It just makes you a bit shallow (and even worse, a part of the mainstream culture) if you have no idea about the ideology behind these clothes.
I double majored in both journalism and international relations at university. However, I always felt there was something missing in my life. I was utterly infatuated with languages and craved for linguistic studies. After graduation (actually it is a shady process for me), I encouraged myself to study something in this field. I decided to go for Japanese Language and Literature. I simply didn’t want to take my MA degree in journalism as I already know it. I am a lifelong learner and feed off new things. I need to broaden my horizons and open another doors in my life.
I am the stranger you pass by on the road. Why not salute me with a smile on your face? We may go for a walk, sip coffee together, engage in intellectual talks, act like children if you like, listen to each other’s silence, burst into laughter or tears, watch movies, discuss books, get mad, learn, swap music CD’s, swear (oppss!) and finally become friends. Thanks for listening to my raving, stranger.
Kind of pen pal I am looking for:
I welcome snail mail pen pals. That’s it. I am the worst e-mail pen pal in the world and wouldn’t like you to suffer from my bad habit: procrastination. You may say what if I procrastinated writing letters? There is no such a thing, my dear. If you are a snail mail writer, you know what I mean. I am also sure you read my profile and see that I am someone who constantly speaks. That reflects to the length of my letters for sure. I am a long letter writer and wouldn’t even bother writing short letters. Once I grab my pen and papers, I cannot stop writing unless my hands gets so numb. There are few pen pals who can make me feel like that. I am blessed with the ones I have got now. They are truly amazing people. I wouldn’t mind having one or two new pen pals, but I should forewarn you. I am not the ordinary Turkish pen pal for your collection. I like to collect things but refuse to be a part of your human collection.
I don’t have any preference based on your country, age or religion. However, that does not mean I will welcome anyone simply. I cannot. In fact I would like to do that if I were a princess and had loads of time and money for snail mail. I look for people who get excited by my profile and have an urge to write me as soon as possible. You call it click, I call it connection. I need a true connection in order to be your pen pal. That happens rarely, yet I am a hopeful person after all. Have I mentioned the fact that I was a long letter writer? Yes, I already have. You can talk about anything and everything. I am not joking. You can write as if to converse with me. A real conversation by the means of snail mail. The last movie you have watched, your bad boyfriend/girlfriend, your last trip, your amateur or professional photos, mail art (though I am not good at drawing myself), books, your childhood, memories, secrets, thoughts, emotions, your bad nail polish, leaking roof, naughty cat etc. The topics are endless, my dear potential pen pal. I assure you that the things I write in my letters aren’t the least bit sane. I keep myself insane to be sane.
Languages I can read: English, Portuguese, Spanish and Turkish
Languages I’d like to write in: English and Turkish
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I’m a woman and I was born January 16, 1995.
About me: I’m Turkish girl who likes to learn new languages. My hobbies are squash, Photoshop, photography.
Kind of pen pal I am looking for: I search pen pals which about my age, funny peoples. But especially Korean Japan and Italian peoples. Because learning Korean and Japan and I’m planning to learn Italian next year.
Languages I can read: English, Korean, Japanese.
Languages I can write: English, Korean.