The third day of our trip was a Sunday. We had to get up at the ungodly hour of 5.30am for prayer meeting downstairs in the main hall. Because it was conducted in Korean (duh!), I had a hard time to keep myself awake !
... as well as some kimchi pork soup.
The air was still chilly when I stepped out of the church. I made my way to the back alleys hoping to find something to shoot in the early morning sun.
Even their telephone poles are so complicated..
Immanuel Mthodist is really big. The worship hall successfully maintains its traditional appearance while at the same time incorporates modern technology for the Sunday worship.
This is the Reverend's son who also happens to be the senior pastor of the church.
Group photo for the road.
Our mates for the night.You can notice my purple bag at the balcony because we couldn't check into the cabins yet.
Nonetheless we returned to the church for a nice homemade meal of beef stew with glass noodles.
Cute dance by the kids.
Before we headed back to the accommodation in the hills, the church pastor generously sponsored a pair of socks for each of us in the tour group. What a blessing !
The story doesn't end here. Back at the log cabins, it was to our dismay that the water heater was not functioning. However I couldn't have a good rest feeling icky, so I dared myself to take a shower in sub zero water.
Although I only sprayed a little bit of water on my head, it felt like my head was going to split into two. Fortunately I managed to complete my shower despite taking a longer time than usual. Hurrah !
...to be continued...