Student Q&A With Korean Choir Children

I’m sure you remember this post a few weeks ago about the Korean Children’s Choir from Seoul, Korea, who performed for EDS students in the gym. Upon their return home, the Korean children received a list of questions from Mrs. Moss’ fourth grade class and promptly sent back their replies. Check out the Q&A below.

IMG_0425Ruthie – I thought that it was very fun and entertaining. I loved it! It was amazing…How many days a week do you practice? Where have you traveled for choir? What kinds of food do you eat? I loved the whole show…God Bless You All!

We practiced every Saturday for 5 hours. If we have special events coming up, then we practice maybe two or three times a week for 3 to 5 hours. We have a total of 11 Children’s Choir team and we have traveled all throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and Southeast Asia. We like trying all kinds of food, but we love Korean food the best. We always have rice with our meals, some type of meat (fish, beef, or pork), a soup and many different side items (e.g. many types of vegetables, eggs (fried or hard boiled), dry stuff (e.g. fish) and etc.). God Bless You too and everyone at your school; we had a wonderful time too!

Mary Frances: I loved your fun performance! I felt really happy when you came all the way to the U.S.A. to perform for us…God bless all of you!

Thank you for your kind words. We had a blast performing for you all; we hope we can do it again in the future!

Ben Monnig: How long did it take you to practice? What is it like to perform in front of a lot of people?

We practiced every Saturday for 5 hours. If we have any special events coming up, then we practiced maybe two or three times a week for 3 to 5 hours. We are all very nervous, but after we say a prayer and remember why we are doing this, then all the nervousness goes away!

Jay: What do you do for fun?

We do the same stuff that you all do. Play outside, play sports, hang out with friends, go to the movies, play games, sing songs and etc.

Jackson: Great job! What do you do for fun?

We do the same stuff that you all do. Play outside, play sports, hang out with friends, go to the movies, play games, sing songs and etc.

Anne Brodie: How long did it take you to practice that? It was very good…

We practiced every Saturday for 5 hours. For this US tour we practice every day for 5 hours; we did this for three weeks straight until it was time for us to leave for the US. Thank you for warm words!

Andrew: How long did it take you to fly? You are the best choir I have ever seen!

WOW~!!! Thank you for your sweet words! Our flights usually take about 13 to 14 hours straight, but it really depends on the city we fly out of (e.g. Atlanta, Detroit, Chicago – the flight is longer; San Francisco, LA – is shorter).

Elizabeth: I loved all the outfits! I hope that you continue to praise God as you grow.

Thank you for your encouragement (as long as we have breath, we will never stop singing for the Lord) and we hope that you will do the same wherever God leads you.

T.J.: What do you do for fun?

We do the same stuff that you all do. Play outside, play sports, hang out with friends, go to the movies, play games, sing songs and etc.

Christopher: What is your favorite thing to do in Korea?

We do the same stuff that you all do. Play outside, play sports, hang out with friends, go to the movies, play games, sing songs and etc. However, we really love praising and bring glory to God!

Miranda: I think that you guys were great, and I enjoyed it. I liked the fans and dancing.

Thank you so much! We really enjoy dancing and showing our culture to everyone!

Walker: How long did it take you to learn to make the flower out of the fans?

It took us 3 months to learn how to do the fan dance.

Brendan: How do you open the fans so fast?

It is very easy to do and learn (now it is), but it took us 3 months to learn how to do it; after that it’s a piece of cake.

Charles: I really liked your performance!

Thank you, and we are glad to hear that you loved our performance!

Barrett: What do ya’ll do for fun? My favorite part was when ya’ll sang “It’s a Small World.”

We do the same stuff that you all do. That is one of our favorites too, but Jesus Loves Me would be at the top of our list.

Bella: You guys were amazing! How long have you worked on that long, hard routine? Is it really hard, or are ya’ll used to it? I loved the fans and the beautiful dances, but I especially loved it when some kids came down and hugged everybody! That was so sweet!

For us it is very easy now, but in the beginning it took a lot of time and sweat to get where we are today. It took us 3 months to learn how to do the fan dance (e.g. opening the fans, making the wave and flower and dancing with the music (staying on beat). We practiced every Saturday for 5 hours. However, we usually gather together and practice more, so that we can be perfect. We also enjoy going out to the audience and showing God’s love through hugs!

Anderson: Your choir was the best one I’ve ever seen in my life! You guys were so nice to hug us. It was a true act of God! P.S. Rock on!

Thank you so much! We love showing God’s love through our hugs! We will continue to ROCK ON, thank you for your encouragement; that really means a lot to us!

Lillie: I really liked your dancing and singing. Everybody was good, but I was amazed when I heard everyone’s voices. Everyone was amazing. I’m nine here, but I would be 10 in Korea. I hope to get to go there someday. I really liked your dresses they were so cool, and I really liked your fans…they were cool. I also liked your twirling things.

Thank you for warm words! Please let us know if you ever come to Korea, your brothers & sisters in Christ will be waiting for you!

Galadra: I loved your performance! How long did it take you to learn the routine? God Bless You All!

It took us 3 months to learn how to do the fan dance. God Bless You too!

Dez: I thought that was very entertaining. How long did it take you to learn that routine? God Bless You All!

It took us 3 months to learn how to do the fan dance. God Bless You too!

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