DesigningReyna
Interior Design - Fashion - Yoga - Travel
DesigningReyna
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taketheworldbutgivemejesus:

Savannah, GA
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kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
kimchiteacher:

Today I visited the Orphanage in Cheongju. It’s near the fortress. I went with some other foreigners who are teaching here. There were about 13 of us. 
This was my first time visiting an orphanage and it just broke my heart. Kids ranged from infants to 17 years old. They were such beautiful people. At first, everyone was really shy. But soon they became curious as to who we are. We played sports with them and had snacks with them. They were all so cute. Some were able to speak basic English such as “My name is….”. 
I befriended this little girl, her name was Yoon HyunSun. She’s the girl in the purple. Her sister is the baby in the white. She was so sweet. We played Miss Mary Mack together and ate together. She clung to me during my time there. We played on the playground (it was a struggle), built a “birthday cake” together and just sat in the sun together. She told me she liked to play piano so she took me to a room with it and played a few melodies for me. She even taught me some songs. Although we weren’t able to speak the same language, we both had a great time together. 
Upon leaving, she gave me a big hug a few times and didn’t let me go. This broke my heart. I wish I could take these kids and provide a home for them. I know this place is their home, but I think they all deserve someone to love them. 
I promised her I would return next time, and I kept calling her my friend :) 
She was an amazing little girl with a big heart. One of the volunteers had explained to me that she loves to read and wants to be a Dr when she is older. I believe it is possible for her to achieve these dreams :)
If you see the girl riding the yellow car toy. Her name is Yoona. When we were leaving the Orphanage she tried to climb into the van. One of the older girls took her away and she started screaming and crying. It made me SO sad. She wanted to come with us. She kept running back to the van where we waited to leave. She was so sad. She’s no more than 4 years old. 
It was truly a blessing to be with these kids. After the visit, we sat in the van in silence. I think we were all thinking the same thing, just feeling sad. Because we have so much, and they have so little. Then one of the girls with us reminded us that, to the kids, they had an amazing day with people who genuinely wanted to be there with them. 
In SK, some mothers have kids out of wedlock, and due to shame and financial reasons, they put their kids in orphanages. Truly breaks my heart. 
Because the TaLK program is part-time, I’m hoping to spend more time at the orphanage. 
This semester, I’m hoping to make the most out of my time in SK. 

Korean Orphanage <3
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noblebeast:

Hand of Harmony sculpture as seen from Homigot Sunrise Square, outside Pohang, South Korea. // 2323s2 on Instagram
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fnhfal:

South Korean soldier 
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lovesouthkorea:

street by annamatic3000
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cityscapes:

Blue hour by sjkimphotos
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dreams-of-japan:

Bukchon-ro by imaginary pictures from tristan da cunha on Flickr.
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aestatestudio:

Daily inspiration. Learn more about the project www.aestate.be