Korean Culture at Work
Concordia International University in Seoul is serving as an asset in bringing to the deprived and poor all desired assistance as needed from time to time.
A Condominium and Hotel Resort are being built at Hwayang Valley, which will be ready by the latter part of 2015. People from every walk of life and profession, as well as students in every branch of knowledge are expected to make use of such facilities to help improve themselves in a variety of ways.
The students there will be able to take a number of undergraduate and graduate courses to secure any academic degree they may wish. The areas are very flexible in the sense that this university will adapt itself to the students’ needs by all means. A group of teachers and students already paid a visit to such facilities.
The late Master Dr. Seo Kyung Bo used to be very active in peace work as he worked closely with the International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP), NGO of the United Nations. He travelled wisely and was instrumental in the establishment of many large and beautiful temples.
One of such temples, visited by both teachers and students, was Huasung Dong Tan Damhua Temple. This temple is full of beautiful statues and allows the deprived and the poor to have their ashes buried there in a nice urn where many could pray with dedication and devotion.
Another temple, dedicated to Master Dr. Seo Kyung Bo, is Chugju Damhwa Temple. The structure of such a temple is very beautiful as it is also full of gorgeous statues mostly to honor Lord Buddha. All those who visited these two temples recently were enabled to meditate and pray with devotion and joy.