file # CCF 130
Myung Jin Children's Home
Project Number: 1625
1. The History of this Home
Opening this Home
from November 1945 (29 wandering children).
Took refuge to Jeju Do during the Korean
War from December 1951 to 1953 with 125 children.
*more date information follows
into 1960's time period;
please refer to: CCF-130-16-NOV-01 (30).jpg for more details
2. The present institution of this Home:
The second floor concrete block
building, it has 16 bed rooms, a chapel hall, two baths, two latrines,
a dispensary, a office room, a kitchen, two ware(
and heating system is operated by the oil burning boiler under ground.
In the yard, it has 6 swings and rolling see-saw.
3. The present environment of this Home:
This Home is located
on the suburb of the capital city Seoul, Korea. It has a beautiful
flower garden in front of the building and it has play ground for the
children, too. The older boys feed dogs in the back yard of the building.
The primary and junior high school are
not far from Home, it takes 10 minutes on walk.
The 11 nurses take care of the children,
and a kindergarten teacher has taught
teached the kindergarten
course every days without the Sunday.