Korean kids sing for Durango

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Korean kids sing for Durango

Evangelist, broadcaster Billy Kim brings children’s choir
The Korean Children’s Choir performs Saturday morning at Mercy Regional Medical Center. They came with evangelist and broadcaster Billy Kim, who befriended local Durangoan Gen. Ron Fogleman and his wife, Jane, in the early 1990s at Osan Air Base in South Korea. They encouraged him to come to Durango with the choir.
The Korean Children’s Choir performs Saturday morning at Mercy Regional Medical Center. “We just want to say thank you to America for what they have done for Korea,” says the Rev. Billy Kim. The choir is associated with Kim’s broadcasting company.
Yeong Chae Lee, 10, sings along with the Korean Children’s Choir on Saturday morning at Mercy Regional Medical Center. A friendship between retired Gen. Ron Fogleman and the Rev. Billy Kim was key in bringing the children’s choir to Durango.
Kim
Graham

Korean kids sing for Durango

The Korean Children’s Choir performs Saturday morning at Mercy Regional Medical Center. They came with evangelist and broadcaster Billy Kim, who befriended local Durangoan Gen. Ron Fogleman and his wife, Jane, in the early 1990s at Osan Air Base in South Korea. They encouraged him to come to Durango with the choir.
The Korean Children’s Choir performs Saturday morning at Mercy Regional Medical Center. “We just want to say thank you to America for what they have done for Korea,” says the Rev. Billy Kim. The choir is associated with Kim’s broadcasting company.
Yeong Chae Lee, 10, sings along with the Korean Children’s Choir on Saturday morning at Mercy Regional Medical Center. A friendship between retired Gen. Ron Fogleman and the Rev. Billy Kim was key in bringing the children’s choir to Durango.
Kim
Graham
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