We met everyone in Daegu and were assigned to our groups. There were six English teachers total and each of us were in charge of a group of five or six students. Before meeting the students they explained that this was a government run English camp giving "underprivileged" students the opportunity to see more of Korea and have a chance to practice speaking English. It kind of helped that the students all came from different schools so there wasn't a problem with breaking up cliques or having best friends want to be together, everyone was starting fresh.
|Students for the day|
|Old tree - depending how you walk around it you will have a boy (left) or girl (right)|
|Fake horses, of course|