USAG-Yongsan Online Welcome Guide
July 22, 2008
- Welcome to USAG-Yongsan
- Bringing a pet to Korea
- Planning your move to Korea
- Seoul offers cosmopolitan life
- Koreans celebrate culture with traditions
- Amusement park offers summer fun
- Seoul aquarium offers underwater experience
- Spouse network eases move to Korea
- Yongsan schools set high standards
- Korean palace takes visitors to storied past
- Shopping with a Ration Control Card
- Yongsan Garrison: If walls could talk
- Sponsorship is a vital mission
- Yongsan Housing: Home is where the heart is
- ACS explains SOFA stamp, A3 Visa procedures
- New online welcome video showcases Army life in Korea
The 2008 Welcome to Korea Guide hits the streets July 25. This online version is specifically designed for newcomers to the USAG-Yongsan community.
USAG-Yongsan supports Soldiers, Civilians and Family Members with Army-standard installation facilities, spacious housing areas, 5-star restaurants, new first-rate recreational centers, and spectacular access to Korean food and culture.
"If you are a newcomer to Korea welcome! If you didnAca,!a,,ct know, U.S. Army Garrison-Yongsan is home to nearly 25,000 U.S. military personnel, Department of Defense civilians and their families on nine installations. Nearly 1,000 Korean Augmentation to the U.S. Army Soldiers and more than 3,000 Korean National employees serve alongside U.S. servicemembers in the Seoul area."
-Col. Dave Hall, USAG-Yongsan Commander
The Republic of Korea is a great place to live, work or visit. Whether this is your first tour to Korea or a return assignment, you can look forward to a personally and professionally rewarding experience in the Land of the Morning Calm.