I'm in the the Changwon Stake, Masan ward. I'm not sure if I told you anything about the ward here. They are amazing! The entire ward is like a big extended family. I can't tell whose kids are whose because they all take care of each other and are all really good friends regardless of age. It makes everything really fun.
Saturday we had a ward music night. All the missionaries, the youth and some non-members from English class all performed and then we ate rice cakes and kimbab. The ward mission leader, Carter (that's his English name), put the whole thing together and we spent a lot of time last week helping him get ready. Its purpose was to get non-members to church. We got some people from English class, a less active, some random dudes off the street, and Carter's family to come. It was way fun.
We keep running into Nepalese people here. They are super nice and want to hang out with us but never in ways that missionaries are allowed. Hopefully we can meet some interested in our message.
This is the last week of my first transfer! I don't expect to be going anywhere though
Sorry to hear about those investigators cancelling. All of ours (except the Jehovah's Witness) have cancelled every time this transfer. Until yesterday. I finally met Kang Sung Hoon. He has the most potential out of everyone we have met with so far of becoming a potential investigator. He has been busy studying for a big test and hasn't been able to meet. He took it and we thought he was done but it turns out it was just a practice and he failed it. He has a little time before he gets busy again though. We hope for a baptismal date this week!
I have been better fed this last week than any previously. Some rich members took us to a really nice buffet. It had statues and fancy waiters in bow ties. More exciting was the cheescake and ice cream and beef! Anything that comes out of cow is expensive here and we save all our money for milk each week. Worth it. Anyway I ate until I got sick and was happy. The next day we had another lunch appointment at a member's home and on Saturday Baskin Robbins had a sale and we got half a gallon for dinner. Today we have plans for a meat buffet!
As for other names of people we are working with; we have Bak Hee Sung, the old less active we have been visiting. Kim Hee Sook is the recent convert. We are trying to meet with her husband Kang Yong Ee. There is a boy, Pang Hyun Oo, who recieved all the lessons and comes to church but faces opposition at home and isn't sure about baptism.