May almost comes to an end. The three participants of YES Korea batch II, Ayu, Hening, and Elfira have prepared their stuffs before leaving for home country on May 26. During their last week in South Korea, they were busy helping locals on their farming. They got amazing experience during the program. They were really able to experience as locals because they work daily as locals do. Moreover, they communicate with the locals day and night everyday.
They also have said goodbye to the staffs of DMZ Center on May 24.
Have a safe flight, guys! See you when I see you, soon!
YES Korea itself is a program for university students to have an internship in South Korea. YES stands for Youth Exchange Service.
Stay updated about YES Korea stories! YES Korea batch III [in collaboration with Korea Demilitarized- zone Peace- life Valley (KDPV) and World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF)] will be started on July, 2019!
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