Sunday, June 30, 2013
One Indonesian Day (Part 2): The Beginning
@ 13.10 pm. a throng of people gathered the Ansan gymnasium where Indonesian Day was held. thousands of people kept coming and going out during the event. Now listen..
Living in Korea as migrant workers do not hinder them from having a kind-of-extracurricular that might just work for them. Like these guys' passion for taekwondo was also shown at the event...and a round applause was like heard across the hall.
More and more people were coming in.
Let me be one of your friends. Eyra made friends already with the students who happened to visit there, too.
Since we were sitting on the balcony or the side-section of the spectators hall, we could see the whole session of each performance hassle-free.
Eyra was always easily entertained.
The Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia gave a welcoming speech in the intermission of the event, followed by the anthem of Indonesia sung by (most) of the audience.
Till we meet again... in One Indonesia Day 2014.