KAISA Day of Prayer for Korea

The Filipinos in South Korea are organizing a prayer vigil for the families and victims of the “Sewol” ferry tragedy. Everyone who is free on Sunday, April 27th can come. The venue is at Danwon High School in Ansan City.

KAISA Day of Prayer for Korea
KAISA Day of Prayer for Korea

What: KAISA Day of Prayer for Korea (a prayer vigil)
When: April 27th at 4 PM
Where: Danwon High School, Ansan City
Who: Migrant workers, professionals, students, spouses…all Filipinos in Korea
Why: To show solidarity and support to the people of our host country
What to bring: A candle

How to get there: Subway line 4 ~ GOJAN STATION (KOREA UNIVERSITY ANSAN HOSPITAL STATION) Exit 2
From the station, you could walk 1.5 kilometers (about 25 minutes) or take bus 98 and get off at Olympic Memorial bus stop

Get on bus 98 from this bus stop at exit 2
Get on bus 98 from this bus stop at exit 2

Danwon High School is less than a 400 meter walk from the Ansan Olympic Memorial bus stop…

Walk to Danwon
Walk to Danwon

Come as an individual or as a group. If you’re coming as a group, please contact the following:

010-716-21518 Levi Arnan
010-4931-7783 Ariel Bernardo
010-571-06478 Gladys Figueroa

The KAISA DAY OF PRAYER FOR KOREA is organized by the Filipino Pastors in Korea.

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