Mission trip to Korea

Dillon Korea tour coordinator,
Dukkyung Um


Saturday, Oct. 22
Depart for Seoul

Sunday, Oct. 23
Arrive at Incheon airport
Check in at hotel
Brief orientation
Rest/group welcome dinner

Monday, Oct. 24
Visit Eastern Welfare Town in Pyeongtaek
Harvest pears for children of Eastern Welfare Town
Group lunch
Spend time with children at Jacob’s Home

Tuesday, Oct. 25
Visit Eastern Social Welfare Society
Tour Eastern office, Babies Home
Group lunch with Eastern staff
Meet with foster families, file reviews
Hold babies at Eastern Babies Home
Cook for single mothers and children at Sangmyungnuri Shelter
Group dinner

Wednesday, Oct. 26
Prepare lunch box and deliver to seniors living alone
Spend time with children at daycare center at Sodaemun Community Center
Group lunch
Teach English to children at after-school program
Nanta Performance

Thursday, Oct. 27
Trip to Seoraksan Mountain
Tour and hiking at mountain
Check-in at hotel
Group dinner

Friday, Oct. 28
Visit fish market and ocean port on the Eastern coast
Group lunch
Travel back to Seoul by bus

Saturday, Oct. 29
Holding babies at Eastern Babies Home
Spend time with children at group home for elementary-aged children at Gwangmyeong, Gyeonggi-do
Group dinner

Sunday, Oct. 30
Attend church service (optional)
Tour Seoul Tower
Tour of Gyeongbokgung Palace with local students
Insadong tour
Group dinner

Monday, Oct. 31
Service work at Saerongi Saenami Shelter maternity home for single mothers
Spend time serving North Korean refugee college students
Group dinner

Tuesday, Nov. 1
Free day
Farewell dinner

Wednesday, Nov. 2
Depart for U.S.

Contact us to reserve your spot

We hope you will join us for a trip of a lifetime, both serving the children, mothers and students in Korea and enjoying the sights of this beautiful land.


Adoptees, adoptive families and anyone interested in serving the people of Korea will koreaserve2not want to miss this Sharing Hearts Mission Trip.

We will be serving babies, children and adults at Eastern Social Welfare Society’s facilities.

You’ll have a great time teaching English and songs to children and deliving lunch to senior citizens.

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Every Dillon trip features small group size for more individualized attention and staff with adoption sensitivity.

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For questions, email us or call 918-749-4600.


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