When we moved here everyone's first question was "not North Korea right??" And their second was "isn't it dangerous?!". Living near this place that feels like the last one on earth to be touched by the outside world has been not at all what we expected. We have prayed with our Korean brothers and sisters for reunification. We have learned about ways and people who are helping to bring it about. We have also lived our daily lives with no fear or even thought to what was happening an hour away from us. Just like anything, you get used to the fact that there are nucs and prisoners you pass on your commute or a trip to the mountains. But this wall never forgets and this bridge is ready to welcome all the Koreans back into one home again. Because as far as South Korea is concerned, there are only Koreans. But what does this change in both sides way of life mean? We have learned that there is home, love and safety for many of those leading seemingly normal lives within the heavy curtains of the north. So how can we help? With prayers, love and acceptance. With peace, conversation and understanding. One day this wall will fall and people will walk freely across this bridge and we will rejoice for the reunification of the country we love so so dearly. #100daysofloveforkorea
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  • laurenlikesblogWhen we moved here everyone's first question was "not North Korea right??" And their second was "isn't it dangerous?!". Living near this place that feels like the last one on earth to be touched by the outside world has been not at all what we expected. We have prayed with our Korean brothers and sisters for reunification. We have learned about ways and people who are helping to bring it about. We have also lived our daily lives with no fear or even thought to what was happening an hour away from us. Just like anything, you get used to the fact that there are nucs and prisoners you pass on your commute or a trip to the mountains. But this wall never forgets and this bridge is ready to welcome all the Koreans back into one home again. Because as far as South Korea is concerned, there are only Koreans. But what does this change in both sides way of life mean? We have learned that there is home, love and safety for many of those leading seemingly normal lives within the heavy curtains of the north. So how can we help? With prayers, love and acceptance. With peace, conversation and understanding. One day this wall will fall and people will walk freely across this bridge and we will rejoice for the reunification of the country we love so so dearly. #100daysofloveforkorea

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  • doodleswithjoygonna spend time to read through your 100 days love for korea posts!!! can't believe i've been missing it! but so good!!!! ☺️🙌🏻
  • laurenlikesblog@doodleswithjoy oh thanks!! Glad you're enjoying them! I love your work!
  • shopmaxwell.ashleyI love your pictures!💕
  • seobanjangthank you💕
  • wilderstories❤🇰🇷
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