Day 18

Day 18: Misa and Munguau slept over at the temple last night. I waited around to shadow the reporter again, but he canceled without advising me. I went to visit the only Korean Catholic church in Argentina at 4pm to interview a priest and then to attend misa at 5:30pm. I figured it would be … Continue reading

Day 15 Pt.2

“Going down to 109” 109 (pronounced baek-gu in Korean) is relatively quiet during the weekdays. In fact, Sundays are the busiest days because that is when the Koreans stop by to run some errands (groceries, etc) after religious service– because all of the important religious orgs are located in Bajo Flores. For this reason, there … Continue reading