Culture Camp: South Korea

It was a rainy day for our “visit” to South Korea with instructor, Hyeweon Wang, but that didn’t stop us from learning some traditional Korean drumming.  Using kale from the school’s own garden, we then made Bi-Bim-Bop, a meal that also included eggs, carrots, shitake mushrooms, and more on a bed of rice.  Then it was time to make some tradition Korean Tal or, masks, and making Jei-gi, an item similar to a shuttlecock with which the children played a game similar to hacky sack.  Campers then enacted a traditional South Korean dance using their masks and other props.  It was another super day with such energetic campers!