“Falcon for Life”

Contributor: Kimberlee Goldsmith

In DoDEA, colleagues become family in a way that doesn’t happen back in the States where I have my own family nearby.
I am a special education teacher
A working day for me was like this. I walked 17 minutes from my apartment to the school. I passed through the Dragon Hill Lodge Gate and ….

Topic: community, Education, SAHS, School, Yongsan Legacy
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Chocolates from the Korean War to the 1950s

Contributor: Yongsan Legacy Team

Chocolate originally came to Korea during the time of the Daehan Empire. At that time chocolate was unfamiliar “food” and symbolized the duality of something…

Topic: Food, Yongsan Legacy
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Some Korean entertainers for U.S. Forces

Contributor: Nam Sang-so

One Christmas evening I met Shin in a tea house in Myeong-dong, Seoul. He told me he was accepted as a trumpeter of a jazz band that would perform music and dance entertainment for the U.S. Military personnel in various camps at Yongsan Garrison, Camp Casey, Camp Red Cloud, K-6, Osan Air Base, etc.

Topic: Entertainment, Music, Yongsan Legacy
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