country that you're from
years lived in Korea, and years lived in Jeju
favourite Furey event
general thoughts on Jeju/Korea
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
3 years for both
I love Jeju, it's so beautiful and the people made it feel like home. Jeju will always be my home away from home.
try and live in the country. It's cheap, pretty and you'll learn so much more about the Korean culture.
don't plan too much. Plans change.
BVB5 (May 2011)
Dan asked me if I wanted to play I said no. He asked me if I wanted to volunteer I said sure. Can you cook? Yes. How about for 300 people? Yeah, I'll figure it out.
I love all the community service and camaraderie.
my last volleyball tournament. Cooking for 500 people, using three apartments, having more than 1000$ worth of produce hanging out and ten hands chopping and cooking stuff. It was a good time.
I hope Furey continues. It brought me into the loving and caring community of Jeju and helped me give back.