▲ Teenager volunteers are cleaning the beach while the tournament is going on. Photo by Kim Jinmi
On May 26 Sunday, there was a volley ball game at Hamduk Seoubong beach. This game is for everyone who want to enjoy, but most of them were expats. This game has been held twice a year since 2009. Participants make teams and enjoy this game. Entry fee is raised for charity. It was impressive that most of expats know this charity and are willing to share their money.
Michael Daum, a 29 years old, a American said he loves this game. And last year it was held in Iho taewoo beach. Also, he said he was glad to donate some money to charity.
Ashley Sheppard, a 29 years old, a Canadian said that this game is so good because she can meet so many people. She said that usually it was hard to meet many expats, but through this wonderful game she had great time with other expats. She has participated in this game since the beginning.
All the interviewee said they really enjoy this game and it's meaningful. They said they are going to participate in this game continuously.
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