One of the unique paper drinking vessels popular in Korea. It's just a flat uncoated envelope which you expand as shown and fill with water.
Tiffani and Scott demonstrating how to drink from Korean envelope cups
View from the window of my temporary building during orientation. The closest building (with the 119 sign on the street in front of it) is a fire station.
The kitchen at the other end of the hall from my room (third floor). It's used by the Filipino church on the second floor.
The shower. The regular spigot is only cold. The hand sprayer is only hot.
Frozen pond at Samyuk Adventist University
Cross on top of a hill at Samyuk Adventist University
Our group in front of the Samyuk Adventist University sign. Front row, L to R: Korean friend of Chris's, Chris, Fran, Mia, Liesl, Tiffani; Back row: Antonia, Scott, Raymond, Dian, Luke (hiding behind Dian), Will, Carolina, Dervette
Mountain visible from Samyuk Adventist University
Before the start of Sabbath school, Seoul Language School Adventist Church