I have devised this course and have been invited to devise 12 more projects later this year.
These are quite large as you can see, and they look wonderful.
All of the techniques covered in the course have been filmed so that the students can go on line and watch them again to help them practise. Its quite a challenge as all of the film clips have to have subtitles in Korean.
Many of the students can understand some English, so that my translator is being tested with his interpretations! I go round the group to help and although John comes with me, many have a really good grasp of English. It puts us Brits to shame really.
At lunch time we all go to a local restaurant where there is a daily menu, a selection of small dishes and rice which we eat with chop sticks as well as a soup (usually spicy) Obviously not chop sticks for that!
Then back to work in the afternoon with another project.
This evening we ate Japanese food, sushi and some scrummy fish dishes with wasabi, hot as anything! And delicious.
More tales from an artist visiting Korea tomorrow (or Saturday depending on my schedule)