A few weeks ago, EPIK teachers from all over our province came to Jumunjin (which, luckily enough, is only thirty minutes from our town) to take part in a day of Korean culture. I forgot my camera, but luckily our friends Will and Theresa took a bunch of pictures, which I stole.
The women got to try on traditional Korean Hanbok:
And how to sit like an unmarried Korean woman from the Joseon Dynasty:
We participated in a traditional Korean tea service:
And even shot bows and arrows (mine went the least far).
It was a fun day, especially since we spent most of the time learning how to swing and see-saw in the traditional Korean way instead of teaching.
More pictures here.