Colonel Ryu, Joong-Hyun, deputy commanding officer-Republic of Korea, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, stands for a photo after pinning the rank of colonel to his uniform alongside his wife and Brig. Gen. Kim, Yong Chul, deputy commanding general-Republic of Korea, 2nd Infantry Division/ROK-US Combined Division, Nov. 27, 2019, Camp Casey, Republic...
Captain Joseph Dang, Milwaukee, Wisc. native, field artillery officer, Alpha Battery, 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, stands for a photo and speaks about the importance of serving his country, Oct. 30, 2019, Camp Casey, Republic of Korea.
Shinhan University students and 210th Field Artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division/Republic of Korea-U.S. Combined Division Soldiers celebrated the closing of the Culture with Language Exchange Program, June 12, here.
Pfc. Quason Million, motor transport operator, assigned to 580th Forward Support Company, 1st Battalion, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, performs preventative maintenance checks and services on a trailer attached to one of his platoon's vehicles, June 10, 2019, Camp Casey, Republic of Korea.
econd Lt. Emily Gilmore, field artillery officer, assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 210th Field Artillery Brigade (FAB), conducts the hand-release pushup during the 210th FAB 2019 Best Warrior Competition, Camp Casey, Republic of Korea, March 13, 2019.
When you live overseas, exploring the local food can be fun. But, for those times when you’re craving a taste of home, burgers might come to mind. Outside Camp Humphreys, a diner is serving up the American beef, bacon and breakfast classics you may be craving.
For tourists seeking to sample street food and eat like a local, a stop at Nam-mun Market, near Suwon Hwaseong, is a must.
This is Suwon’s largest traditional market, covering a total area of 164 square meters and featuring over 80 kiosks selling a variety of food and goods. The market, once divided into nine markets, including Jidong market, was...
Korean food is great and all, but sometimes the craving for a good burger takes over and the hunt is on. In Pyeongtaek, several restaurants have burgers on the menu but with limited options. So, where do you go to satisfy those specific cravings?
Tucked away down Anjeong Rodeo Street, a bright green building may have caught your eye. Resembling a staple food found on nearly every Mexican restaurant’s table, this green building is home to Guacamole, a Mexican restaurant. This is Guacamole’s second location, which recently opened outside of Camp Humphreys Dongchang-ri gate.