Yesterday Youngsan High School had its sports day. It was a day the principal was hoping the students would enjoy because this year the boys and girls high schools have merged to become one school. It was great, the school houses (though I'm not sure if they have school 'houses' like they do in the UK and NZ) looked really colourful and the backdrop of green mountains was lovely, the parents provided a beautiful lunch, it was a real community affair (it's days like yesterday that make me glad I came to the country). K was invited so I made her come to watch, haha, I'm a mean mum.
The boys played soccer:
The girls played Dodge Ball (I didn't know that any country outside of the US actually played this)
There was Korean wrestling (both boys and girls partook), it looked like serious fun and K and I both thought they should introduce it into NZ school sports days; no Athletics Day should be without it.
This run along peoples' backs thing looked fun too:
It's not a sports day without the tug of war:
Assembled for prize giving (such a pretty sports field)
The teachers are treated out to dinner by one of the parents. This is sol (again my spelling is probably way off - please feel free to correct it) galbi. It was delicious!!!
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