Kyung Ko Ran – How South Korea Mounds Remind Me of the Mounds of North America
I will share with you how my experiences with the Book of Mormon Evidence Tour with Rod two years ago so much like my home of South Korea. I was in constantly in awe during the entire trip, witnessing the similarities between the mound city in OH and a city called Kyung-Joo near my hometown in Korea. I have many experiences to choose from. Most of all I love the Book of Mormon
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A South Korean descent and convert to the LDS church, Kyung-Ran Koh has lived in the US since 1995. She has earned a ME.d in Counseling Psychology from the University of Utah in 2007. Before settling on her career path in counseling, Kyung has explored the fields of real estate, computer networking, and financial planning business. She currently works at the Utah State Prison as a Licensed Clinical Therapist treating trauma, PTSD, and substance dependence issues of the male offenders.
Kyung enjoys her church calling as a Sunday School instructor for youth in her church. Some of her callings she has served include a ward choir director and chorister for over five years (I am proud of being tenacious on these callings for many years), Young Women, Primary, and RS. She also extends her time and energy to serve the Korean community in Utah as a Board member of the Korean American Federation of Utah since 2019. Kyung was also a member of the UT-Arirang Korean Traditional Dance Team for four years, performing Koran drum dance, fan dance, and traditional dance at various events.
Virtual Expo April 2020