country that you're from
years lived in Korea, and years lived in Jeju
favourite Furey event
general thoughts on Jeju/Korea
quote / motto
recommendations for newbies to Korea / Jeju
lesson(s) learned from living here
what date or what event did you start volunteering for Jeju Furey?
reason you joined Jeju Furey's executive team
what you like about Jeju Furey / what you don't
favourite Jeju Furey memory
event you'd most like to see in the future
event you'd most like to not see in the future
since September 2011 in Jeju and Korea
so far I have participated in Bowling and 8ball and enjoyed both
Korea is a lovely and safe place to live and travel
"you are only destined to become one person - the person you decide to be"
the newbies will find a good, healthy and conducive environment here and will be even better if they manage to overcome the language barrier.... perhaps the only factor which haunts at times
the last two and half years were a wonderful journey, while meeting friends from different countries...getting to know how of different cultures in general and Korean culture in particular, so overall it's been a good learning curve.
January 2014 (8ball)
first to be a part of a good cause and secondly to have an opportunity to get hands-on with some kind of sports activity
well-managed, supportive, and friendly environment during the events and quite encouraging especially for newcomers.
so far both of the last two events (Bowling5 and 8ball)
all events in a periodic way but in particular I'd love to have PingPong and pool (8ball) on a frequent basis