Monday, December 29, 2014

Christmas in Korea

December 28, 2014

Christmas was pretty good, we visited a lot of the members, and they gave us a ton of food.  No kimchi or rice, unfortunately.  We now officially have no investigators.  There were two here left from the previous missionaries, one left to go to the US, and the other just informed us that he doesn't want to meet anymore.  So basically all we do now is visit members and less actives.

There are quite a few less actives that we visit, one super old guy who is North Korean who lives in a rest home, and a guy who lives in the middle of nowhere on the side of a mountain, as well as a couple others here and there.  

That's so cool that you got to talk to a missionary from Korea.  She has a friend in Gimcheon and you didn't find out who?  I can't believe you :)

So as far as missionary work here, there's not much at all to talk about.  It's pretty boring, very little to do.  But because of that, we have been able to visit members fairly frequently, and they seem to like us a lot.  We planned the Christmas party [we played some games, sang together, and ate dinner, basically that's it.], and they liked that a lot too.  So if we keep this up, we're never going to have to go shopping again :)

Have a great week, I love you so much!

Elder Hines

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