Day 33

Day: Church hopping Today in the morning I went to a protestant church that was not exclusively Korean. I was invited to attend this church by a teacher at ICA (Instituto Coreano-Argentino), whom I had met while visiting. Her daughter belongs to those who were lucky enough to be educated abroad; she finished high school … Continue reading

Day 26

waited for person’s invitation to go to a new church with them. She didn’t answer my phone call, so I went to Korean photo club mtg instead. It was a rainy day so I decided not to go to church.

Day 19

Day 19: A very disoriented day I returned home past 6am and woke up around 11am. Too late to catch a morning service at a church so I decided to just go to the youth service at the Chungang Church from 4:30-7:30pm. It was apparently Father’s Day in Argentina, so the sermon was based on … Continue reading

Day 12

Day 12: At the temple by mistake So I had only wanted to stop by at the buddhist temple to tell the sunim (“buddhist monk” in Korean) that I had found opera tickets at the Teatro Colón that were relatively inexpensive– they were standing tickets. : ) It was a Sunday morning, and I had … Continue reading

Day 5

Today, I went to one of the largest Korean churches in BsAs, Chungang Church, which apparently has over 1,000 members (but can’t say for sure). It has two services: the first at 10am and the second at 12pm. Then there is the young adult bible study at 4:30pm and the young adult service at 6pm. … Continue reading

Day 3

Original plan: -visit La Associación Coreana en la Argentina for information, advice and contacts. -visit Koreatown in Bajo Flores, then maybe Avellaneda and Once. As I started researching how to get to Koreatown in Bajo Flores, however, I noticed that there were a lot of warnings about how dangerous the area had become. So I … Continue reading