Back in Incheon after a long bus ride from Busan, we caught ourselves in the middle of a busy sidewalk, with thousands of university studs racing their way into the open grounds of Inha University.
I was watching the trailer of the film Black Panther when suddenly, “hey, that looks familiar!”
It seems just like last year when we first stepped foot in Korea . Yet here we are now, we’ve just gotten back from our third music ministry tour in the land which we can now somehow call home.
I was back in Korea in less than a year. How even more blessed can I be to get to attend and perform at a wedding too?
Scorching hot day at this massive park of zoos, gardens, a museum, and an amusement park. But it was beautiful!
A couple years ago, we, the New Life Sounds Choir met a Korean pastor, Pastor Yang, who frequently visits Cebu for missions. He invited us to visit Korea on a music ministry mission. Well, it seemed like everything came into place, and so we did.
Looking for a great Valentine concert this February?
Thinking of a meaningful bonding and entertainment with friends, family, and a special someone? Or perhaps planning on just going solo?
I never thought I’d actually be able to visit Korea, ever. It’s a place I am somehow quite uninterested about. The least I can think of. Add to that, the extreme influence of Korean pop culture (not a fan. Well, except for some soap operas) on a lot of Filipinos. Sorry to say this, but because of that, I had actually grown kinda irritated by the idea of anything Korean. Read on to know how that sourness turned to love.