Monthly Archives: June 2014

Prayer for Peace on 6/25

Today, June 25th, marks the day commonly recognized as the beginning of the Korean War when international powers dragged the Korean Peninsula back into conflict, except this time within itself.  As part of my job with the NCCK, I come … Continue reading

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New Position: NCCK Reconciliation and Reunification Department

This week I celebrate the beginning of a new position for myself in addition to my role as a site coordinator alongside Hyeyoung. For Hyeyoung and me, our role as YAV site coordinator only accounts for 50% of our actual … Continue reading

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A Child of Several Cultures

White Person in USA: “Wow, Sahn is so beautiful! He looks just like his mother. You know, mixed children usually look like the (insert non-white descriptor) parent.” Korean person in Korea: “He is so cute! Very good looking… he looks just … Continue reading

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