Despite their differences in culture and language and different environmental background, they lived their lives to the fullest and contributed a lot in diverse aspects in Korea for the past year.
One year was not a long time, but one of the participants showed a significant progress in learning Korean language skill, and another participant learned how to pla y kayagum, a Korean traditional instrument.
All of the participants satisfactorily shared their callings, their gifts, and interests according to the needs of the community they each applied, and they did their best to overcome the obstacles they face in new cultural environment
I would like to give special thanks to the Dandelion community, Hangyeul community, the Frontiers, and the members related to KAC for inviting volunteers from abroad and for sharing the community love for them.
Below are the lists of Korean communities where each four volunteers volunteered in.
Daegu Hangyeul Community- Jessica Klassen, Canada
Dandelion Community- Alexandra Loeppky, Canada
The Frontiers – Cindy- Tristiantari, Indonesia
Korean Anabaptist Center-Deborah Wiens, Canada
Korean Anabaptist Center-Su Hyun Jung, Korea
Lastly, I would like to express my gratitude for the people who had been together with us along the way and prayed for these participants.