After a disastrous time at Mumbai's international airport (India's airports are the absolute worst I've seen) I was very grateful to arrive in Seoul, Korea. I arrived Saturday evening and decided to make sure I could go to church on Sunday. I looked up the English speaking branch on lds.org and found out that it was easily accessible by subway. I was glad that I could reach by subway because for most of my trip, all I seem to do is go from hotel to factory by car; this gave me a chance to walk around a bit. I've heard that Seoul, although at 20 million is one of the world's largest cities, has a very low crime rate so I relished the opportunity to wander. The web site's directions were very good and I had no problem walking to church.
Church was really good. It was a fast and testimony meeting, and for the first time in years I was able to pay attention (guilty thanks Robyn). The spirit was strong and it was comforting to go to someplace very familiar after a couple of weeks of the exotic. I really miss my family, especially when I consider that I'm still only half-way done with my Asia trip.
Below is the path I wandered to find the Church: