This past week we had a really sweet Zone Conference where we went hiking and had missionary training up in the mountains to Namhansanseong (or South Han Mountain Fortress). Ahh! It was so cool! I loved it a lot. It was a really fun day of hiking and having devotionals along the way. It was really great! Sorry, I did not budget my time very wisely today with emailing, but I tried to write a few tiny details with all the photos I tried to upload this week.
hike to the fortress
view from up top
pretty trees on the hike
Panoramic of the Culture Center
ancient Korean fortress
Our Cool Korean Cat Shirts
hike to the fortress
view from the top of the mountain
view from the top
On the way up the mountain
Walking along the fortress
history of the fortress gates
Best Zone Conference EVER
near the top of the hike
Sweet ancient fortress at the top of the mountain
Devotionals along the hike
our zone hiking along the trail
Korea is so green
Korea is so beautiful
history of where we were
Cute Pic of my mission president and his wife–Pres and Sis. Morrise
at the fortress
This week we get to go to the temple and see Elder Quentin L. Cook. It’s pretty exciting! Because we are going to the temple this week, today isn’t our P-day. We only get to email, but that’s pretty cool with me!
This last week we met a girl from England who is here teaching little children English and Korean, and we started teaching her! There is so many accents when Sister H. (from Australia), her (from London, England), and me (from the coolest–Boise, Idaho) are together! I love it. It’s also really nice to be able to understand everything that she says since she speaks English. She doesn’t have any religious background, but she told us that she believes there is a God because everything in the world just seems to point to it. I like her a lot.
The weather is starting to get more hot and humid but it’s not too uncomfortable yet. Everyone keeps telling me horror stories about summer in Korea and I’m pretty pumped to experience them first hand haha.
Love you a lot! Sorry this letter is short, I will write more next week. Here are some more photos from the Korean cultural center we went to for P-day and some other zone conference pics.
On a bus with our entire zone on the way to zone conference in the mountains. It was so crowded, I can’t even tell you. Ha ha.
Our zone walking down a cool Korean street
Korean ceiling tile coolness
Acting like a velociraptor with my companion. Sums us up–ha ha
Ancient Korean Temple
detail of tile-work
Dressing up in hanboks at the Korean culture center
Our zone taking pics at an ancient Korean temple
pretty Korean architecture
Korean Culture Center–where we went with other sisters on our P-day
Intricate detail on buildings
Maybe a watchtower?
Some other rad folks that also wore matching outfits to zone conference. Wooh!
A fake rooster in a hanbok. I don’t know why, and don’t ask questions