Playing at a college
We got to share about our life in Messiah...
...with all these students!
A Church in a fishing village south of Seoul
The Church in the fishing village.
Some of the people at the Fishing Village Church in Seoul.
Playing at the "International Church" in Seoul. There were migrant workers from Africa, India, Pakistan, The Philippines etc.
International Church, Standing room only!
The International Church
Some people at the International Church. It is Korea's outreach to their Internationals.
People at the Int. Church praying for us. It was wonderful!
"The Overflowing Church" reminded us of IHOP.
The Overflowing Church
See how big it was! These were all college and career age!
The Pastors Class. The students here are all pastors
A small Methodist Church in Seoul.
The Methodist Church
With some of the youth from the Methodist Church.
Ministering to a Youth Group at a large Church.
One of the churches we played at. Most of the time everyone wanted pictures so we would smile till our faces hurt as camera after camera was handed forward for yet another shot!
With some of the Youth and Ministers.
The girls with a couple of the guys from the college we ministered at.
Natanyah made friends wherever we went, I'm seeing a lot of Korean on her Facebook lately!
This young man and his sister took us to the Palace in Seoul. It was beautiful.
On the subway on the way to the Palace.
Walking down the hill from the apartment.
On the street down the hill from the apartment.
There were little food stands and restaurants everywhere!
View of Seoul from the "Shilla"
It was hard to take candid photos of the young people, they loved getting their pictures taken! this was a chicken kabob stand built onto the back of a small motorbike!
Our interpreter walking by a colorful fruit stand. She was amazing, she took care of all the details of our trip to Korea.
This was like a large vending machine for parked cars!
The Music Mall in Seoul, a whole city block of every musical instrument you could imagine. Here, a rainbow of guitars
A whole world of musical instruments. We only had an hour, so were able to see only a fraction of this amazing place!
An Epiphone "Les Paul" ukulele! Kerah wants one.