By Rotary International From the December 2015 issue of The Rotarian
The summer before I got married, my parents suggested taking a bus tour of Korea as a last family hurrah. My sisters and I agreed, reluctantly. The thought of spending seven days on a bus in close quarters with not only our parents but also a bunch of strangers was not our idea of a vacation.
But after hundreds of miles, hours of bus karaoke, and many bowls of steaming bibimbap, those strangers had turned into friends, and we walked away with a newfound appreciation for our parents’ homeland.
Korea is a small country, but whether you travel by bus… …read more