In a lovely
autumn in October 7th, we headed for the Han River to kayak. Four trainees and
four exchange students participated the program. First, we took the subway and
moved to the Han River, keep our things in the locker, and then listened how to
kayak from the safety guard. There were many people who have never experienced
kayaking before, but because the safety guard explained us how to kayak in
detail, we quickly learned how to kayak. We made a partner and kayaked. The
weather was great to kayak. Also, the scenery near the Han River was beautiful.
We rode kayak, chatted, and had a kayak race
for about two hours, which made us become close friends. Korean students and
the exchange students had to cooperate while doing activities, which was a good
chance to get closer.
When the program was over, people were very
tired, and everyone was wet. We changed our clothes. Since we were hungry, we
decided to go eat meat. We took a bus and headed for Myeongnyun Jinsa Galbi.
Galbi was very delicious and there were many side dishes. As we ate galbi, we
laughed and chatted happily.
Kayak riding activity in the Han River was very
meaningful in that exchange students and Korean students become friends through
cooperation and competition. Also, eating Galbi after kayaking made us think as
a team, and it allowed us to share each other’s experiences.
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