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June 17, 2010



Carolyn, thanks for sharing! Yes, Korean food and "tapas" are bursting with flavor. If you want to enjoy more in Annandale, email me! I've been to the graveyard you mentioned which is adjacent to Seoul Union Church. It is impressive!

Laura Droege

I was touched by the photo of the gravestone of Homer B. Hulbert. Sounds like he identified with Korea, loved Korea and gave everything inside of himself to reach the Koreans for Christ. Inspiring.


I lived in Korea for almost 2 years. I was a missionary/English teacher there. Also, I worked with NK refugees one-on-one & did protests & even went to the DMZ area to let go of balloons into NK. It's so cool to read your story about NK & SK! Thanks for posting this! God bless you. :)

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