Volunteer in South Korea

Waiting For A Second Chance

Located just southwest of Seoul, Asan Animal Shelter is a no-kill facility that provides refuge for stray, abandoned and abused dogs and cats.

Owned by Mr. Park, the shelter is assisted by volunteers who work to rehabilitate animals and find them homes.


Korean Grandmas, Grandpas and Feet: Volunteer Work at a Retirement Home.

Yesterday I had one of the best Saturdays in Korea yet. I didn’t climb a mountain, there was not a market visit nor did I eat any BBQ. Instead, it was solely comprised of Korean grandmas, grandpas and feet. Yes, FEET.

Not long ago, while out to coffee with my friend 은영, I mentioned the desire to do some volunteer work here in Korea. Specifically, I want to volunteer with animals because I miss mine dearly and I love them almost, if not as much, as I love children. So when 은영 stormed into my office at work one day (because that's usually how her immensely bubbly personality makes it's presence) announcing that she had an idea for volunteer work, I was thrilled. Then she mentioned it would be with her church group and they would be working at a retirement home.

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