Global Children Foundation helped at-risk children in Seoul, Korea, in 2018.
To expand the spectrum of the disadvantaged children's welfare, sixty-one Global Children Foundation members attended an annual event in Seoul, Korea from October 12 to 16, 2018. Bae-Young Lee, former president of Ewha Woman’s University, gave a lecture while a conductor led the musical performance. Jung-Taek Kim provided non-stop, jovial laughter and brought everyone at ease. Chan-Bong Park, a professor of Yeon Sei University, provided another lecture regarding Korean welfare systems and Kyung-Ae Lee, the executive chairperson, led a workshop that suggested universal guidelines for not only current members but also the new. Afterward, GCF members were divided into two teams with one serving children by making tasty kimbap at Na Nu Ri Children Center in the Don Dae Moon region and the other encouraging children to also make delicious, traditional kimbap at the New Dream Site (for escaped North Korean children). On the last day of the event, both teams went to tour the lush On-Yan Spring, where they took a hike through the evergreen forest and enjoyed the relaxing hot spring. These events brought upon an anticipation for a brighter future filled with united efforts from the leadership council’s devotion and the GCF members’ dedicated services.