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Korea Photo Gallery

Twenty-seven photos from our adventure to and from Korea (a small sampling of the 250 photos we took) have been posted on our Galleries page (there’s also a link at the top of the page).

Most of these photos are in addition to photos we posted while we were in Korea. Probably the best way to find those is to click on Cross-Cultural Experience in the sidebar (under categories) and browse through the posts in that category.

We thoroughly enjoyed our trip to/from Korea. Something that turned out to be one of the biggest blessings was the computer in our room at the guest house — being able to connect with others and share the experience was a highlight.

That computer also allowed us to post photos while we were there, although it did take us a couple days to be able to do so. To use our card reader, we needed a USB slot, which was located on the back of the computer. I had to find the slot with my hand because I couldn’t pull the computer out far enough to see the slot.

Anyway, we hope you enjoy the photos and that they give you a greater sense of our adventure to/from Korea. You should be able to click on any of the photos, then click “Next” or “Previous” underneath each photo to click through all 27 photos.

Let us know if you have questions about any of the photos or about the trip, in general.

Thanks again for sharing the experience with us!

2 Responses to Korea Photo Gallery

  1. Sonja King says:

    Thanks for sharing the photos, I really liked the city at night! Ethan…keep those teeth coming and maybe you will enjoy some corn on the cob this summer!! Glad to hear your journey to Roaring Spring went well. It was great seeing your family in church last week, Ethan was so cute :) Hopefully we will see you again during your leave. I bet the time is really going fast!

  2. Randy says:

    Thanks, Sonja. We certainly enjoyed Ethan’s first visit to 12th Street. He’s been meeting a lot of people, and we still have a couple churches to go to, plus Joleen’s mom’s church in Altoona.

    And, yes, the time is flying by. :-)

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