Officials from the most populous province in Korea visited Killian Hill Christian School on Monday, as part of a tour to enhance relationships for cultural exchanges.
More than 200 students from the private Lilburn school greeted the foreign officials from the Gyeonggi-do province when they arrived late afternoon. First, there was a special welcoming ceremony, which included singing and gifts for the visitors.
Then, officials held meeting for more than hour to discuss working together. Led by Sang Kon Kim, the province's superintendent of education, the delegates visited the school specifically to see if it would be a good fit for its educators to come teach.