This was a pretty fun week. We did a lot this week. As you might be able to see from the title, we taught many people this week who are not Korean. Well, kind of...
We met a certain Zuniel Kim this week (김준일). We got a call from our Office Elders this week on Thursday, asking if we have some time the next day, because they need a team who can do both English and Korean very well, so they can translate. The situation is that a Sister from the other end of the Seoul South mission is coming up to our area to direct her nephew who has a little bit of business to do in Korea. She was really worried because she can't speak English, and her nephew can't speak Korean that well. 김준일 was born and raised in Germany, but luckily, he spoke English very well. And let me tell you, there's nothing more strange than listening to a Korean speak English with a German accent. It was pretty fun. He is a really cool guy. He is a filmmaker, and is 34 years old. But, he is returning to Germany tomorrow. We had a really good conversation, and eventually he thought that he would like to hear more about the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. We were able to receive his address, and so later he should be able to meet with some missionaries in Germany.
We also met with Richard on Saturday. He is from Uganda. He is returning in December, so we will be working on meeting with him a couple of times before he goes back. He read the Restoration pamphlet that we gave him, and really really wants to read the Book of Mormon. Due to a shortage of copies of the Book of Mormon in the English language, we weren't able to give him a copy, but we told him how he could download it on his phone. He's pretty great.
The work is picking up here a lot. We have had a number of new teachable people come up, so we are working really hard to make that happen, and miracles happen literally every day. It's a wonderful work that's going on! I love it so much!
See you all next week!
Elder Tyler Conley