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Aobut us at HRiS:  1of3. Bridging language barrier one neighborhood at a time with Literacy in Korean as well as in English using Korean Vowels and Consonants as well as American Sign Language/Korean Sign Language/English as Second Language A-Z chart.
Example; Reading labels of Eateries at Hmart; http://nj.hmart.com/
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2of3. Academic K-12/College degree advisor / Career Advisor/ Student Loan Forgiveness Advisor/Housing Educator ;

What is qualifying employment?

Qualifying employment for the PSLF Program is not about the specific job that you do for your employer. Rather, it is about who your employer is. Employment with the following types of organizations qualifies for PSLF:

State of Washington Department of Revenue Contact Information

  • Location (Olympia Office): 6500 Linderson Way SW, Suite 102 Tumwater, WA 98501
  • Mailing Address: Business Licensing Service, Department of Revenue, PO Box 9034, Olympia, WA 98507-9034
  • Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., M-F
  • Phone: 1-800-451-7985
  • Email: bls@dor.wa.gov
  • http://bls.dor.wa.gov/file.aspx
  • Government organizations at any level (federal, state, local, or tribal)
  • Not-for-profit organizations that are tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
  • Other types of not-for-profit organizations that are not tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, if their primary purpose is to provide certain types of qualifying public services
Serving as a full-time AmeriCorps or Peace Corps volunteer also counts as qualifying employment for the PSLF Program. 

Jonathan ReckfordJonathan Reckford awarded the Henry Luce Foundation Scholarship for Young American Leaders. With that, he traveled to South Korea to work with the Seoul Olympic Organizing Committee, working on marketing sponsorships and coaching the Korean national rowing team.

Upon his return from Korea, he graduated in 1989 from Stanford University Graduate School of Business in Palo Alto, California, with a master's degree in business administration focused on public and non-profit management. 
CEO at Habitat for Humanity International
Greater Atlanta Area
Nonprofit Organization Management
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  1. Christ Presbyterian Church
  3. Best Buy
  5. Circuit City
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Reading Korean Consonants and Vowels using this homemade A-Z Chart! 

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    In order to read Korean Consonants and Vowels; start by organizing Korean Consonants and Vowels in corresponding A-Z.
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    A-Z Chart listing corresponding Korean Consonants and Vowels :: Coreanglish A-Z : FlashCardDatadefinitionsymbolsㅐ,ㅏ,ㅓ, ㅔAㅂBㅋ,ㅊCㄷDㅇ, ㅣ, ㅔ, ㅐEscrape lower lip with front teeth (no F in K-Alphabet)Fㄱ, ㅈGㅎHㅇ, ㅣ, ㅏㅣ,ㅓIㅈJㅋK애오 러어 ㅗ ㅛLㅁMㄴNㅗ ㅓ ㅏOㅍ ㅃPㅋQㄹ 아알 뤄 얼 열Rㅅ ㅆSㅌ ㄷTㅠ ㅜ ㅛ ㅓUScrape front teeth and bottom lipV더블유우 = ㅝW익ㅅ ㅈX이이 이 ㅛYVibrate G sound while top and bottom teeth are clenchedZㅂ ㄷ ㅈ ㄱ ㅃ ㄸ ㅉ ㄲ ㅍ ㅌ ㅊ ㅋ ㅅ ㅎ ㅆ ㅁ ㄴ ㅇ ㄹ19 K Consonantsㅣ ㅔ ㅚ ㅐ ㅏ ㅗ ㅜ ㅓ ㅡ ㅢ ㅖ ㅒ ㅑ ㅛ ㅠ ㅕ ㅟ ㅞ ㅙ ㅘ ㅝ21 K vowels
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    A =  makes the Korean sounds; Ah+ EE = eh, Ah, Uh, Uh+ee=EHㅐ,ㅏ,ㅓ, ㅔA
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    B= makes the Korean Sound "Beuh"ㅂB
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    C= makes the Korean Sounds "Keuh" and "CH"ㅋ,ㅊC
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    D= makes the Korean sound "deuh" as in D sound in Door. ㄷD
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    E= makes sounds; "ng", "E", "Uh+Ee=eh", "Ah+ee=Eh"ㅇ, ㅣ, ㅔ, ㅐE
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    scrape lower lip with front teeth (no F in K-Alphabet)F
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    G= makes "G" in Girl and "Ge" in George.ㄱ, ㅈG
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    H= makes the "H" sound in Hat.ㅎH
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    i = makes sounds; "ng", "ee", "ah-ee", "uh"ㅇ, ㅣ, ㅏㅣ,ㅓI
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    J=makes "J" in "Jesus"ㅈJ
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    K= makes the "K" sound in "Kramer"ㅋK
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    L = makes sounds; "Eh-Oh", "Luh-UH", "Oh", and "Yoh"애오 러어 ㅗ ㅛL
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    M= ㅁ= makes the sound "M" as in "Mouth"
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    N = makes the sound "N" as in Noseㄴ
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    Letter O makes three Korean Sounds; (ㅗ  as in Oh) , (ㅓ as in uh)  , (ㅏ as in AH)
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    ㅍ as in "P" of Pizza,  ㅃ as in "accented Omlout double sound uniquely in Korean Vocab for the word ,Kissing, "Phoh-Phoh".
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    Q makes the sound ,ㅋ, as in "K" sound.
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    ㄹ as in R of Robot, 아알 as Ah-Are,  뤄  as in Ruh, 얼 as in Uh-UhLR, 열 as in YUH-UH-UHLR
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    ㅅ as in School,  ㅆ as in Sun.
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    ㅌ as in T of Toy,  ㄷ as in TH of The
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    U makes the sounds;ㅠ as in U, ㅜ as in OOH,  ㅛ as in YOH,  ㅓas in UH
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    Scrape front teeth and bottom lipV
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    W makes the sounds ; 더블유우 as in DUH-V-YOO,  ㅝ as in WUH
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    X makes the sounds; "익ㅅ as in EEHK-S" ,  "ㅈ as in  J in Juice"
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    Y makes the sounds; 이이 long ee,  이  short e , ㅛ yoh.
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    There's no Korean Consonant nor Vowel to spell English "Z"; Vibrate G sound while top and bottom teeth are clenched
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    ㅂ ㄷ ㅈ ㄱ ㅃ ㄸ ㅉ ㄲ ㅍ ㅌ ㅊ ㅋ ㅅ ㅎ ㅆ ㅁ ㄴ ㅇ ㄹ19 K Consonants
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    21 Korean VOWELS; ㅣ ㅔ ㅚ ㅐ ㅏ ㅗ ㅜ ㅓ ㅡ ㅢ ㅖ ㅒ ㅑ ㅛ ㅠ ㅕ ㅟ ㅞ ㅙ ㅘ ㅝ
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    Snow – S in snow is not accented (School)ㅅ
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    Sun ( Accented Double S)ㅆ
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    Ph^oh – Ph^oh (aka Kiss) Pororo the Penguinㅃ
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    Theu^h -Guh-Wuh-Yoh ( aka It’s Hot!)ㄸ
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    Zhee^t^-Juh-Yoh ( aka Rip it!)ㅉ
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    Khah^ng-Tohng ( Aluminum Can)ㄲ 까
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    ㅊ ( used as Consonant sound of CH in CHew)ch
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    ㅇ (if used as Consonant always in order 3)ng
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    넓 r +b ( two letters combined to make the Consonant Sound in Order 3 )rb ( Sample of 4; 넓), N, Uh, R B.
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    읽 r+g ( two letters combined to make the ONE Harmonious Consonant sound in Order 3)rg
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    ㅇ (if used as CONSONANT placed in Order 1 that makes VOWEL sounds of 3 letters e in Cheese + y in shiny + i of IN )i
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    Korean Characters are placed in minimum of TWO (ex 나 ) and maximum of # ? (ex 옴 ) placements to create a word; 옴 ( ㅇ ) ‘letter O’ is the Consonant on Order 1 ( ㅗ ) is a vowel sound ‘oh’ in Order 2b ( ㅁ) is the supporting Consonant in Order 3 ( # ? characters combined makes the ONE Harmonious Flat Sound ‘ Ohm’ ) order 1 + order 2b + order 3three (옴; i, oh, m)
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    나 ( ㄴ) is the N sound of a Consonant placed on order1 and (ㅏ ) is the Ah sound of a Vowel in order 2a ( # ? characters combined make the one Flat Sound ‘NAH’ ) order 1 + order 2atwo
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    ㅔ as in "UH+EE=EH" ( same sound as ㅐ aka Ah+Ee=Eh )Eh
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    ㅚ as in "Oh+EE=WEH"weh
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    ㅐ ( same sound as ㅔ )Eh
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    ㅡ ( grunting sound made when punched on the tummy)euh
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    ㅢ ( makes similar sounds euh or euhee )euhee
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    yehㅖ  as in YUH+EE=YEH or ㅒas in YAH+EE=YEH
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    J, / Geoㅈ
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    Schoolㅅ ㄲ ㅜ ㅜ ㅗ
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    Toyㅌ,ㅗ,이 이
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    EnglishReading  language BunJee Jump modeled Sounds 1.up slow 2. Hold on top 3 Drops quickly to swing in mid air without hitting the ground – do not drop the last syllableKoreanReading ? language Sounds are FLAT and drops down at end
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    Twirledㅌ,ㅝ,ㅓㄹ,ㅗ,*,ㄷ (note; * means ‘ no sound ‘)
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    KoreanReading Korean language Sounds are FLAT and drops down at end
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    VaseV,애 애,ㅆ , * (note; * means ‘ no sound ‘)
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    Wineㅝ,아이,ㄴ, * (note; * means ‘ no sound ‘)
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    adultsㅓ,ㄷ,ㅓ,ㅗ, (ㅌ silent 't') ,ㅅ
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    xylophoneㅈ,ㅏ ㅣ,러,ㅓ,PH, ㅗ,ㄴ, * (note; * means ‘ no sound ‘)
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    greatㄱ,뤄,애 애,ㅌ
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    zorro“ㅈ”,ㅗ,ㅓㄹ ,뤄,ㅗ ( Character “ㅈ”-Clench teeth and vibrate letter G to get letter “Z” sound )
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    Bridge- ㅂ (*뤄 ,ㅣ*) ㄷ ㅈ =(ㅂ, *뤼*, ㄷ, ㅈ) THIS is ??? Pronunciation Native English Pronunciation
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    Bridge pronunciation; First part ( go up slowly and increase the sounds) ㅂ-뤼 Second part (hold the sound) ㄷ Third part ( drop the sound quickly, but swing it upward) ㅈ
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    Pronunciation Konglish Pronunciation= Bridge= 브릿지 in Korean Native Pronunciation sounds "B-Rit-Jee";  While in English Sounds "B-RID-GEE" where B climbs up to "RID" and drops half way to "GEE".
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    toyㅌ,ㅗ,이 이
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In the most recent election, Aimee Maurer (’06) was elected as Spokane County District Court Judge in Position 7. Maurer has worked in the Court of Appeals, as Deputy Prosecutor, and in private practice. Maurer attended Gonzaga and Gonzaga Law as a part of her lifelong dedication to making a difference.

Tell us about yourself and your work

I was born in 1974 in South Korea and shortly after my birth I was placed in an orphanage. When I was six months old, I was blessed to be adopted. I grew up in Colville, Washington on a farm where I learned the value of a strong work ethic; to not to give up even when things get tough. In 2006, I returned to Korea, and visited the orphanage. When I returned home I came back with a renewed sense of my place in the world. I believe that I have a responsibility to repay the sacrifices and the blessings that have been poured into my life. My life was not a mistake and I am here for a reason, to make a difference. This mindset has followed me throughout the course of my career.
This is why I became an attorney, to represent the causes of my clients and to advocate on behalf of those who cannot represent themselves.
I started my legal career with the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division III, where I issued ruling recommendations for my judge. I immensely enjoyed that experience. I then joined the Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office where I had the honor of representing the State of Washington as a Deputy Prosecutor and helping to protect the citizens of Spokane County. In 2009, I went into private practice where I focused on litigating tort claims. I have had the privilege of representing clients both in their capacity as plaintiffs, and as defendants, in a number of areas involving personal injury and/or property loss. These including construction defects, irrigation districts, agricultural losses, aircraft accidents, commercial losses, products liability claims, wrongful death claims, transportation claims, car accident claims, and large loss fire/arson claims. This is why I became an attorney, to represent the causes of my clients and to advocate on behalf of those who cannot represent themselves.
Most recently I was elected to serve as a Spokane County District Court Judge for position number 7. I am immensely honored and humbled to be elected and I will work hard for the citizens of Spokane.

What do you most enjoy about your profession?

The best part of my job is that I am always getting to learn new things.
The best part of my job is that I am always getting to learn new things. As part of my practice I often get the opportunity to work with technical experts. I have worked with orthopedists, neurologists, chiropractors, physiatrists, origin and cause experts, engineers, toxicologists, forensic computer experts, etc…each time I have learned something new. What can be better than learning something from someone who is an expert in their field? It is truly fascinating, listening to people talk about something that they love and have studied their entire lives.

What is the most challenging aspect of your profession?

The greatest challenge about my job is a reality that touches each of us in various degrees and that is resources. In today’s economic climate where people are struggling to pay their mortgages, bills, and medical expenses, imagine adding to those bills the cost of litigation. My concern is, and always has been, that only those with resources, or access to resources, will be able to afford representation and representation often equals justice. It is very hard to navigate the legal system as a pro se party, not impossible, but extremely difficult. As attorneys it is incumbent upon us to be sensitive to these issues and to volunteer our time or donate to volunteer lawyer programs. Because, often those who cannot afford legal representation are also those most vulnerable and in need of assistance.

Why did you choose to attend law school?

It has always been important to me that I live a life of service…
Justice is something that has always been important to me. I wanted to stand in the gap for other people and be their voice and advocate. I also wanted to be a judge and I set that as a goal from early in my career. It has always been important to me that I live a life of service and return the blessings that have been so generously poured into my life.

How has your Gonzaga education influenced your career?

I attended Gonzaga University both for my undergraduate degree and my law degree. When I first enrolled, I was a “non-traditional” student, meaning I was a single mother of two. On a personal level, the encouragement and overwhelming support I received from Gonzaga was the single reason I was able to complete my education and pursue my goals and dreams. On an academic level, they prepared me for the rigors of the working world. The education I received sharpened my analytical thinking, broadened by global view and challenged me to grow as an individual. Every day, I am grateful to have had the incredible blessing of attending Gonzaga.

What else are you passionate about?

I am passionate about my family. My husband, Joshua (’07), also attended Gonzaga School of Law and my oldest daughter attends Gonzaga Prep. My oldest son will enroll in Gonzaga Prep in the fall and our youngest is in first grade. So, of course, we are passionate about Gonzaga Basketball! In my spare time, I also enjoy volunteering and have been actively involved with Spokane First Night, Spokane Rotary South Hill, Spokane Downtown Kiwanis, and Spokane Washington Women Lawyers.


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Korean name
Revised RomanizationI Hwang
McCune–ReischauerYi Hwang
Pen name
Revised RomanizationToegye

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 Religious Services in Korea servicing Foreigners encroaching Korean Peninsula

 AzerBaiJan Country’s Dictatorship from Father to Son
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Taiwan Dictatorship from Father to Son
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 AzerBaiJan Country's Dictatorship from Father to Son

Cuba Dictatorship Older  Brother to Younger Brother

Singapore Dictatorship Father to Son

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Taiwan Dictatorship Father to Son

Global Religious Services in Itaewon,Korea
Ansan Bugok Presbyterian Church 
Worship with English interpretation every Sunday morning at 11:00 and evening at 7:30 p.m. followed by fellowship among foreign and English-speaking Korean members. 
Int'l Lutheran Church, Seoul, Korea 726-39, Hannam 2-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul 140-212 
(downtown Seoul near Chungbu Police Station) International Worship in English (IWE) has three services each week. Sunday at 10:00 AM (Service Building rm 504) and 3:00 PM (Mission Chapel) as well as Wednesday 8:00 PM (Mission Chapel). Pastor Bill Majors 
Yoido Full Gospel Church 
Senior Pastor: Dr. Yonggi Cho. Service with simultaneous interpretation in English at 7 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Japanese and Chinese interpretation also provided at 9 and 11 a.m. 
Yongsan Baptist Church 
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. and English-language worship service at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Nursery care available. Located near the Crown Hotel in Yongsan. Pastor Bill Ecton
Seoul International Baptist Church (SIBC) 
We are an English speaking church providing encouragement, Christian fellowship, and an emphasis on a real and growing relationship with God through His Son, Jesus. We believe that the Bible is God's Word and provides direction, advice, and strength for living. Come join us as together we discover God's great plans for each of our lives. Our worship service time is, Sunday at 11AM. Senior pastor is Dr. Dan Armistead.
English Sunday service at 11:20am in Westminster Hall, and Friday Bible study at 7:00pm in Rm 603. The church is easily accessible: by subway, Daechi station (line 3), or by taxi (across from well-known Eunma Apt). Led by Rev. Joshua Cho (expat Korean-American),  Christ-centered.
Worship with the English-speaking community: 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for all ages at 11 a.m. Located in Foreigner's Cemetery Park, north of the Yanghwa Bridge. An evangelical and international church. Rev. Prince Charles.
Somang Presbyterian Church 
English-language worship service "Voice of Hope" at 2 p.m. Sundays. English sunday school from 12:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. at basement 3-1 of Missionary Hall. Preacher, pastor Robert von Oeyen. Located in Shinsa-dong, Kangnam-gu. 
Onnuri English Ministry at Yangjae 
Make us your home church away from home. 11 a.m. Service at the Onnuri Church Yangjae campus at Yangjae-dong 55, Seocho-gu, near Yangjae station (Line 3). Baby-sitting and Children's Sunday School provided. 
Daeduk Hanbit Presbyterian Church 
English Worship Service every Sunday at 12:15 p.m. 
Christ Freedom Assembly Seoul 
(Pentecostal Int'l Church) Worship with us and experience God's transformation. English worship service: Sunday 10 a.m Wednesday 7:30 p.m: Bible Study Friday 8:30 p.m: Prayer Meeting with Rev. Bill O Joshua Ph.D : Itaewon-dong 36-23 Behind Crown Hotel
Yongsan Chapel Community 
Mass at Memorial Chapel at 5 p.m. Saturdays and noon Sundays. South Post Chapel Mass at 9 a.m. and Catholic religious education at 10 a.m. Sundays. t Mass times on post have changed. Mass on Sunday at South Post chapel is at 8 a.m. with religious education at 9:30 a.m.
Itaewon International Church 
Contemporary Christian worship services in English language are available for all foreigners. Mass in English at 8 p.m Thursdays. The Church is located in Itaewon on Bogwangdong-gil. Call Pastor Roger Kim
Iyewon Church 
Mass in English at 3 p.m. Sundays. The Church is located in Deungchon-Dong, Gangseo-Gu. Call Ju, Dong Ho 
Shinil Church 
2:00 p.m. Sunday English worship service with fellowship
4:00 p.m. Sunday Bible Study
8:00 p.m. Wednesday night praise and prayer
7:30 p.m. Friday night get together
Located by Yaksu station on lines 3 & 6, exit 3, turn right at Hana Bank.
Contact: Pastor Terry Cobban 
Seventh-Day Adventist 
English language service at SDA Language Institute in the Seoul Adventist Hospital compound Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. (Sabbath School) and 11 a.m. (church service). Service is also provided at the 121st Evacuation Hospital Chapel in Yongsan.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 
English-language worship service at the Cheongwoon-dong chapel near the Chahamun Tunnel commencing with sacrament meeting at 12:30 p.m. Call Corey Turner
The Community of JOY (in Daejeon City) 
Our ministry is to the English speaking persons living in Daejeon Metropolitan City and surrounding areas. Our Sunday morning worship begins at 10 a.m. in the Siloam Center (Chung Nam First Methodist Church.) The style of worship is contemporary. Immediately following the worship, we have a time of refreshment & Adult Bible study follows. We are located in Tanbang-dong, Seo-gu -- situated less than a kilometer from the Lotte Department Store. 
Inter-denominational English language church for the international community in Incheon. Sunday services at 4.30pm in Jooan Methodist Church near to Jooan Station. Led by Pastor Stuart Read 
Worldwide Community Church 
Location: Sam San Chil Dan Ji, Bupyeong Gu, Inchoen, close to Seoul and Bucheon. We welcome everyone to our English language service at 2:00 PM on Sundays. Everyone here is very friendly, and we want to meet you! 
Roman Catholic
Myongdong Cathedral 
Weekday Mass in Korean at 6:30, 7 a.m. and 6, 6:30 p.m., Sunday Mass at 7, 9, 10 and 11 a.m., preceeded by confession in English. 
Seodaemun Catholic Church 
English Mass at 12:00 noon every Sunday. . Seodaemun Catholic Church is located two blocks from Seodaemun Subway Station (line number 5) exit 2.

Hyewha-dong Catholic Church 
Tagalog Mass every Sunday at 1:30 p.m. for Filipinos.

Catholic International Parish of Seoul 
Celebrates Mass in the Franciscan Chapel at Hannam-dong across from Hannam Village Apts. Pastor Vipporio Di Nardo and the entire parish community welcome you to attend our weekly celebrations. English Mass by Father Paolo Sundays at 9 and 11 a.m.; French Mass by Father Durand Saturdays at 6 p.m.; German Mass by Father Wilhelm Schulte sundays at 10 a.m.; and Italian/Spanish Mass Sundays at 11 a.m.

Songbuk-dong Church 
English Mass every Sunday at 10 a.m.
Yongsan Chapel Community 
Mass at Memorial Chapel  at 5 p.m. Saturdays and noon Sundays. South Post Chapel Mass at 9 a.m. and Catholic religious education at 10 a.m. Sundays. (Just a note that Mass times on post have changed. Mass on Sunday at South Post chapel is at 8am with religious education at 9:30am
Inchon Catholic International Community 
English Mass at 4 p.m. Sundays by Father Raymond T. Sabio at the Inchon Cathedral in Tap-dong, Inchon. Everyone welcomed.
Ansan Won-gok Church 
English and Tagalog Mass at 3 p.m. For information, call Ilkun's House
Suwon Godeung-dong Church 
English Mass at 4:30 p.m. for foreign workers. People of all nationalities are welcome. For information, call Emmaus 
Songnam Songnam-dong Church 
Mass for foreign workers at 12:30 p.m. For information, call Emmaus 
Orthodox Church
Orthodox Church in Korea 
St.Nicholas Cathedral in Ahyon-Dong, Mapo, Seoul, Sundays and Feasts, Divine Liturgy in Korean at 10 a.m. St. Maxim Chapel, Divine Liturgy in Slavonic, 1st and 3rd Sunday, at 10 a.m.; 2nd Sunday in English, 4th Sunday in Greek.

Annunciation Orthodox Church 
Located in Taechong-dong, Chung-gu, Pusan Divine Liturgy, at 10 a.m. Sundays and vespers at 5 p.m. Saturdays.
Jewish Services of EUSA 
On the South Post of the Eighth U.S. Army base in Yongsan, in the Jewish Activities Center Building 4100, Fridays at 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. Call Larry Rosenberg 
Seoul International Zen Center 
Meditation and Dharma talk Sunday at 1:00 p.m. Instructions are given in English. Located at Hwagyesa Temple, Suyuri, Seoul.

Lotus Lantern Int'l Buddhist Center 
Located in Sokyok-dong, Chongno-gu, the center offers Buddhism in English on Saturday at 5:30-7:00 p.m., Meditation on Thursdays at 7-8:30 p.m., and Sutra Class on Friday at 7-8:30 p.m. 
Seoul Central Masjid 
Juma Prayers in the Korean, Arabic and English languages at 1 p.m. Fridays. Weekdays five times daily - one hour and 20 minutes before sunrise, at 1 and 4 p.m., at sunset and one and a half hours after sunset - at the mosque in Hannam-dong, Yongsan.

Jehovah's Witnesses Seoul English Congregation 
Meetings on Friday at 7:30 - 9:15 p.m. and Sunday at 2-3:45 p.m. The Kingdom Hall is on the fifth floor of the Hannam Building above the International Clinic across Cheil Communications building.

Hinduism: ISKCON Seoul temple 
Darshan daily 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Aarti & kirtan, Sunday 2 p.m. to 8p.m. Bhagavd Gita classes in English, Hindhi
Korean-Joseon-Goryo Diaspora speaks Russian in Khazakhstan, Siberia, among 56TribedChina Peking, and across the globe;
KBS 파노라마 : 카레이스키150, 1편 디아스포라-이산 - 08/21/2014

Past Horrors faced by KOreanJoseonGoryoDiaspora; 1.Killing of King's spouse; Queen Assasination. 2. Poison death of the King. 3.Rift between siblings. 4. Political-Financial Bankruptcy by Foreign Deceptions of false promises among same language speaking countrymen. 5.Selling of females to foreigners out of poverty. 6. Selling of babies out of poverty. 7. Language barrier. 8. Ethnic-Ancestry Genocide. 9.Killing of males. 10. Genocide, bankruptcy, slavery; lost of kingdom; robbed DaeHahnJehGoohk; Repetition due to lost of written records by foreign thieves using brother against brother; sister against sister; family against family corruptions.


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