|By Admin1 (admin) on Monday, February 10, 2003 - 7:13 pm: Edit Post|
Middle School TESOL / Peace Corps / K-25
Volunteer candidates at Choon Chun, Korea
~ November and December 1972 ~
I arrived in Seoul,Korea, on November 27, 1972 on a flight from Seattle. The plane was full of Peace Corps Volunteer candidates. We bussed immediately to the capital city of Kang Wan Province, to a city called Choon Chun. Thirty two of us spent about 2 months at the King Sejung Hotel, learning the Korean language and culture and learning how to teach English As a Second Language. The group was great, the time was fun. Here's a picture of the fun:
Koreans like to sing alot.
Here are recordings I made in 1973
of a folk song (Arirang), a pop song (Peega Onun Dea) and a political song (Sae Mal Undong).
Mug shots of K-25 PCVs are below:
Some names have links to e-mail (Blue and underlined) if you are interested in contacting an old friend.
Glenn Van Cura
The official K-25 Photo
Tom Coyner (K-35) has a web site that lists all known PCVs from Korea.
|By Susan Chernin (sw02.verizon.com - 22.214.171.124) on Tuesday, April 05, 2005 - 1:29 pm: Edit Post|
I would be interested in getting the photo you have made reference to. Allen Chernin was my brother and he died of cancer in 1985. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org