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USAG-Humphreys & Area III Jaunuary 2012

USAG-Humphreys & Area III Family & MWR


A monthly publication of the Directorate of Family & MWR published under the authority of AR 215-1 and designed to make authorized patrons aware of What’s Happening in Family & MWR programs. Use of a commercial name or appearance of paid advertising does not constitute endorsement by Department of the Army or any agency thereof. For information, contact Marketing at 754-8257/6545 Volume 14, Number 11

January 2012

Happy New Year, Happy New Year Happy 2012. And while we’re at it, Happy 4345 and 4612, too! If you’re new to Korea, you probably don’t realize the excitement that’s awaiting you this month. In addition to celebrating the normal New Year on January 1, you’re also going to be celebrating the Lunar New Year on January 23. Under “Old Korea” rules, this will be the year 4345 – different than the Chinese New Year which is celebrated on the same day but will be year 4612. Confused? It gets better. The day is celebrated in Vietnam but is called Tet, ignored in Japan and not celebrated until March or April in other Asian countries. No matter. The only ones we need to worry about are January 1 (which will be celebrated on January 2 this year because the first is a Sunday) and January 23, which is in the middle of a three-day holiday that turns Korean expressways into parking lots as millions of people return to their hometowns in annual Family reunions. Korean New Year uses the Chinese Zodiac – 12 animals who CAMP HUMPHREYS determine the personality, fortune and future of people born Commander under the various animal signs. COL JOSEPH MOORE Deputy Commander If you’re expecting and your baby is born on the 23rd or later, DAVE FRODSHAM your child will be born under the sign of the Dragon. Babies Sergeant Major born before the 23rd are under the sign of the Rabbit. CSM SPENCER GRAY FAMILY & MWR Director DON CLAYCOMB NAF Support TED STEVENS Community Recreation HAL MULLEN Business Operations MIKE ROSS Financial Management HYUN WOO CHANG Services LARRY ENGRAM ACS SUZANNE JAMES Youth Services HYACINTH SMITH

Lunar New Year will be celebrated with special decorations, great food and in many areas of the country, fireworks. We are including a variety of pages explaining features of the Lunar New Year in this month’s Happenings, and we encourage everyone to learn all they can about this great cultural experience. Happy New Year in Korean? Seh Heh Bok Mahn ee Bahd Euh Sae Yo

Marketing & Advertising Marketing Chief

Korean Deputy & Advertising

MIKE MOONEY 754-8257

CHONG, SO-KYONG 754-6472

Multimedia Editor

Distribution Manager

RICHARD KIM 754-6472

YU, TAE-YOL 031-692-2147

Sponsorship & Design


Korean Marketing Intern

KIM, YOUNG-SUN 031-692-2147

Family Strong Editor


Highlights … Annual FMWR Customer Satisfaction Survey January 1-February 28

Welcome Year of the Dragon January 22-24

Win a Stuffed Dragon!

Skiing Snowboarding Skating Ice Fishing Outdoor Rec Discover Seoul in the CAC BOSS

Music-Theatre Arrives at the CAC!

BASKETBALL Post-Level Men & Women Tournaments Intramural KATUSA Youth Army in Korea Intramural, Over 33, Women’s Tournaments 3

1-May 5 1 1-Feb 28 1 2 3 4 7 8 12-13 13 14-16 14 16 17-20 21 22-23 26-28 28 29

Biggest Losers Contest Fly-Away Home Shootout, Super Gym, High Noon Lunar Customer Service Satisfaction Survey New Year’s Day New Year’s Day Observed Yangi Pine Ski Resort, Outdoor Rec School Restarts Parent Education, ACS Tommy D’s Hole in the Wall, 2000 Post Men’s & Women’s Basketball vs Osan, Super Gym Skiing , Outdoor Rec & BOSS Trout Fishing, Outdoor Rec Music Theatre Auditions, CAC Friday the 13th $13.13 Rebuy at Tommy D’s Texas Hold’em Korea-wide Post-Level King Basketball Tournaments Ski Trip, Outdoor Rec Ski Trip, Outdoor Rec & BOSS Martin Luther King Day Area III Basketball Tournament Sophisticated Saturday, Tommy D’s, 2000 Lunar New Year Army in Korea Basketball Tournaments Company-Level, Over 33 & Women’s Ice Fishing, Outdoor Rec Skiing, BOSS Post Men’s Basketball vs. K-16

January 22-24

Year of the Water Dragon While the Year of the Dragon arrives every 12 years on the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of the Water Dragon only arrives every 60 years. The Dragon is already considered the strongest of the signs in the Chinese Zodiac and has the distinction of being the only mythical creature among the 12. Dragons are said to have some positive personality traits to include Innovation, Enterprise, Flexibility, Self-assurance and Bravery. But they are also Conceited, Tactless and Quick-tempered. Water has a calming effect on the Dragon's fearless temperament. Water allows the Dragon to re-direct its enthusiasm, and makes him more perceptive of others. Water Dragons are better equipped to take a step back to re-evaluate a situation because they understand the art of patience and do not desire the spotlight like other Dragons. Therefore, they make smart decisions and are able to see eye-to-eye with other people. However, their actions can go wrong if they do not research or if they do not finish one project before starting another. Dragons are blessed with good health and should marry a Rat, a Snake or Monkey. They need to stay away from Dogs, Sheep, Rabbits and Oxen. Among the most-hearty of the Animal signs, they can suffer bad health as a result of stress. Symptoms of their personalities often stem from emotional outbursts and can range from tension headaches to depression to hypertension. As for careers, Dragons make good officers in the Armed Forces, Engineers, Politicians, Lawyers, Philosophers, Inventors and Architects.

Lunar New Year & Birthdays

Have you ever wondered why your Korean friends ages are different than yours – even when you were both born on the same day? Something unique to Asia is the practice of “Age Reckoning” -- a concept that originated in China and is widely used by other cultures in Asia which share this traditional way of counting a person's age. Newborns start at one year old, and each passing of a Lunar New Year, rather than the birth date, adds one year to the person's age. In other words, the first year of life is counted as one instead of zero, so that a person is two years old in their second year, three years old in their third, and so on. Since age is incremented on the new year rather than on a birthday, people may be 1 or 2 years older in Asian reckoning than in the Western system. For example – a baby born in November is 1-year-old. When Lunar New Year arrives in January, the baby is now 2-years old – even those it is only 2-months old in Western culture. Today this system is still commonly used by some Chinese people. The system is also widely used by Koreans, with the exception of the legal system and newspapers. So when Lunar New Year rolls around this month, wish all your Korean friends a “Happy Birthday.” They will appreciate the gesture.

Escape via Space-A Travel Need to get off the Korean peninsula but are strapped for cash? Maybe Space-A travel is your answer. Osan AB has dozens of flights every month to Yokota AB in Japan, Kadena AB in Okinawa and even Guam, Hawaii and the States. Many flights have empty seats that you can fill via Space-A Travel. The seats are free, and there are usually a like number of empty seats available for the return flight to Korea. If you’re a Command Sponsored Soldier, Family Member or Department of Defense Civilian, you might be eligible for a free Space-A flight if you meet the necessary requirements and have the required paperwork. Airman at the Osan terminal are more than willing to answer your questions and assist you in signing up. Call 784-1854 and visit downtown Tokyo tomorrow. GENERAL RULES 1-You must be on leave to sign-up 2-Civilians must have EML orders (Environmental Morale Leave) 3-Family members are eligible to accompany eligible Sponsors 4-You can select up to five destinations, one of which can be ‘All’ 5-You need to carry enough money to pay a return commercial flight 6-Space-A Travelers are subject to getting ‘bumped’

Return travel is not guaranteed

OSAN AB SPACE-A INFORMATION DSN Phone: 315-784-1854; Commercial: 011-82-31-661-5775 DSN Fax: 315-784-4897; Commercial: 011-82-31-661-4897 E-mail: Hours of Operation: 0630-2100, 7 Days a Week

Camp Humphreys Biggest Losers Camp Humphreys kicks off its 6th annual Biggest Losers Contest New Year’s Day. Since its start, participants have combined to lose more than a ton. More importantly, hundreds of people have developed a healthier lifestyle – the actual goal of the contest. We have made some changes in this year’s contest, and there are always repeated questions when the contest gets under way. Hopefully, you’ll find the answers here: Q-Who can join the Biggest Losers Contest? A-Everyone – US and Korean military and civilians, Family members and everyone who can get on post. In the case of children – to include teens – we strongly recommend a doctor be consulted beforehand. As far as that goes, all participants should consult a doctor before starting any weight loss program. Q-Do I have to have a partner or can I enter as an individual? A-Unlike the popular television show, Biggest Losers was originally created as a contest for couples. However, over the years we’ve learned that couples don’t always stay with the program because of PCS or just losing energy. Therefore, everyone is now entered as both a team and as an individual. That way if you lose your partner, you can continue and win a prize. Q-I don’t have that much weight to lose. How can I win? In addition to building a healthier body – which already makes you a winner – you can also win over people who lose much more weight. That’s because winners are determined by Percentage of Weight Lost between weigh-in and the final weigh-in on May 5. Q-The contest opens Jan 1, nut I won’t be here. Can I still join? A-Since standings are determined on percentage of weight lost between entry and May 5, you technically could join May 4. Just go to the front counter of the Super Gym and ask to weigh-in. If you and your partner can’t weigh in at the same time, just let the front desk know the name of your team and the name of your partner. Q-I understand Biggest Losers used to end in April. But now it goes through May. Why? A-A combination of factors extended the contest. The first is the School Spring Break Many people plan vacations during the Spring Break and couldn’t be here for the awards ceremony. Since that already took us to the third weekend in April. With a new theme of “Get Ready for Splish & Splash Opening on Memorial Day Weekend, we decided to continue the contest Until May 5 with the awards ceremony May 12. Also, weight loss should be gradualand many people will actually gain weight the first six weeks as fat is turned into muscle. The extra time should help make a healthier you – the whole purpose of the contest.

Local Dining Offers Excellence & Variety Do You Know of a Good Restaurant in Anjung-ri or Pyeongtaek? Let us know! Michael.mooney2@

By Jacob Krodel 3-2 Aviation

The food is “buffo.” The service is first class. Add excellent parking, being close to post and appealing on both inside and outside and you have the new Rio Grill. The Anjung-ri restaurant is across from the post office and is easy to reach. Just go straight out the main gate and stay on the main road. You’ll see it on your left in 10 minutes of less (depending on how many red lights you hit). Three brothers from Brazil (Alex, Berto, and Palos) have brought authentic Brazilian Cuisine to Anjung-ri, They also have a location in Songtan. The menu is the same for lunch (1100-1630) and dinner (1630-2200). The lunch price Monday-Friday is 20,000 won per person, with the dinner and weekend price 26,000 won. It’s worth it. A perfectly grilled Beef Tenderloin steak is followed by skewer after skewer of various mouth-watering marinated meats – Top Sirloin, Rump Steak, Bottom Sirloin, Garlic Beef and Beef & Bacon, Chicken & Bacon, Chicken Drumsticks and Sausage, The final course is a fantastic grilled Pineapple dusted in cinnamon sugar. Oh! Did a mention the Salad Bar with soups, rice, grilled potatoes, corn, lettuce and bread? I should also mention it’s all you can eat. They come right to your table and carve what you want off the skewer. They also provide tongs to make it easy to grab your helpings. The beef is from Australia, the sausage from Korea and the chicken from Brazil. But the cooking is all Brazilian – slow grilled on a rotisserie and brought to your table hot off the grill. In addition, the bar is well stocked and they mix a killer cocktail. I highly recommend it for a different dining experience.


Customer Service Survey Each year in connection with the Lunar New Year, Camp Humphreys Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation conducts a comprehensive survey that evaluates:    

Customer Service Facility Satisfaction Program Satisfaction How you receive FMWR Information, and, Most importantly, gathers suggestions from the Soldier, Civilians and Family Members as to what we can do to better meet your needs. Survey results are examined by FMWR managers and programmers with a fine tooth comb and have led to some significant changes in the overall FMW program. The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. As an incentive to get you to participate, Family & MWR Marketing is purchasing three large stuffed Dragons to give away. When you complete the survey, just send a message to Marketing Chief Mike Mooney at to go into the drawing for one of the Dragons. The drawing will be conducted on Leap Day, Feb 29. This is the fourth consecutive year Camp Humphreys has conducted the FMWR Customer Satisfaction Lunar Survey. “We really want as many people as possible to take this year’s survey,” said FMWR Director Don Claycomb. “With the current economic environment, we know that it may be necessary to make some major changes in FMWR programming and activities. “We can make the changes on our own or we can make them with your input being considered. It’s really up to the individual Soldier, Civilian and Family Member. The more input we receive from our customers, the better we can make those crucial decisions.” The Survey will be conducted from Jan 1-Feb 28. If you type in the link below, you will be taken directly to the Survey itself. “We would especially like people to take some time on the last question,” Claycomb said. “That’s where we’re asking for your suggestions. Thank you in advance for your participation.”


Activity Tour Changing the Guard

Activity Tour Changdeok Palace

Activity Tour Cheonggye Stream

Family Tour Lotte World

Family Tour Everland

Family Tour Everland




DMZ & JSA Imjingak

DMZ & JSA Tunnel

Shopping Tour Myeongdong

DMZ & JSA Bridge Of No Return

DMZ & JSA Tunnel

Ski And Snow Board Muju Resort

Ski And Snow Board Vivaldi Park

Seoul City Party Tour Ski And Snow Board Han River Yongpyeong Resort

Seoul City Party Tour Cheonggye Stream

Seoul City Party Tour Changdeok Palace

Seoul City Party Tour Ski And Snow Board Han River Phoenix Park

DMZ & JSA Freedom Ski And Snow Board Seoul City Party Tour Row Yongpyeong Resort

Shopping Tour Namdaemun

Shopping Tour Itaweon

Shopping Tour Coex Mall

Shopping Tour Dongdaemun


Discover Seoul Locations : Dragon Hill Lodge, Camp Casey, Camp Humphreys, Camp Red Cloud Call for Reservations at 02-318-0345(COM), 738-2222 Ext. 24(DSN) / Required # of Customers : 10 ppl to activate tour

DMZ & JSA Unfication Building

DMZ & JSA 3rd Tunnel

DMZ & JSA Imjingak

Activity Tour Building DMZ & JSA Freedom 63 Row

Activity Tour TKD


DMZ & JSA Bridge Of No Return

Family Tour Lotte World



Discover Seoul Event Calander

Family Tour Lotte World


An Area III Soldier will start 2012 with a Free Airline Ticket to the States


Super Gym Basketball Court Sunday, January 1 @ 1200

MASTER THE FLY-AWAY HOME SHOOT-OUT & FLY-AWAY HOME FOR FREE Open to all U.S. Military Personnel Whether you play Basketball or Not Airline Ticket Available to Active Duty US Military Only

HOW THE SHOOT-OUT WORKS Everyone who enters the Super Gym between 1100-1200 on January 1 will receive a numbered ticket. At 1200, 10 tickets will be drawn and the Shoot-Out begins -1-Four attempts from the Free Throw Line. Make a Free Throw, win ah Splish & Splash Neck Safe and move on to 2-Three attempts from the Three-Point Line. Make a basket, you win a FMWR Coffee Cup and move on to 3-Two attempts from Half Court. Make a basket, you win a FMWR Gym Bag and move on to 4-One attempt from Three-quarter Court. Make the basket, win a round-trip airline ticket to anywhere in the States. If no one makes it all the way through the shootout, door prize tickets will be drawn to give away all prizes. When the only prize left is the airline ticket, all door prize tickets will be put back in the box and a final ticket will be drawn. Winner must be active duty US Military.


Out of Country Leisure Travel

Escape the Cold

Airline Alliance can take you somewhere warm There’s only a few words that describe winters in Korea – Cold, Colder and Colder-still. Escape the Siberian cold that sweeps down the Korean peninsula in January and February with a vacation is somewhere warmer. US Airline Alliance on the second floor of the Soldier Support Center (One Stop) offers tour packages to a variety of warmer climes – Guam, Saipan, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Thailand and Taiwan, for example. Most tour packages include airfare, hotel, food and, of course, local guides that take you to each country’s top attractions. Unlike Korean travel agencies, you deal in US dollars with Airline Alliance. You also deal with English-speaking travel agents who search for the best possible fares. They even help with required visas. Those visas can take several weeks to arrange, so early registration for tours in necessary. Stop by or call US Airline Alliance today to see what’s being offered over the President’s Day Weekend. There’s no sense being cold if you don’t have to be.

US Airline Alliance – 753-7725


Escape Korea’s cold weather and treat yourself to a

Stay at the Hale Koa

U.S. Military and Department of Defense Civilians and their Families -- both active duty and retired -- can visit the beautiful (and warm) Hawaiian Islands at a discount rate by staying at the beautiful Hale Koa Armed Forces Recreation Center. The Hale Koa is one of the great advantages of being stationed in Korea since Hawaii is between here and the U.S. If you’re headed to the States for a PCS or leave, route yourself through Hawaii and enjoy being right on the ocean in Waikiki Beach. There’s even a Post Exchange on the hotel grounds where you can save big on Mu Mus, Hawaiian shirts and seashell necklaces – plus buy groceries for your room. Leave rates range from $87-$144 a night for E-1s through E-5s, $108-$178 a night for E-6s thru E-9s, W1-3 and O1-3 and $113-$212 per night for field grade officers and Civilian Employees. (Price depends on which of six types of room you select.) Full descriptions of rooms as well as reservations, which can be made up to a full year in advance, are available at the Hale Koa web site:

Alaska Mining Company 754-3101 Sat, Sun, Holidays 0800-2100 Mon 0600-1300 Tues-Fri 0600-2100 Gateway Game Room 754-3171 1200-2400 Tommy D’s 753-8191 Korean Buffet Mon-Fri 1100-1300 Club/Ballroom Wed-Sat 1600-2400 Army Catering 753-8189 Mon-Fri 0900-1300 1400-1800 LeCAC Cafe 753-7447 Mon-Fri 0700-1900

Let’s Do Lunch and Dinner

New Items

Every Saturday Doors Open at 1200

Card Sales at 1230 Early Bird & Regular Games Start at 1300 $1000 & $3000 Progressive Jackpots 17 games (including Early Birds)



Jan 6 T-Bone Steak

Jan 13 Prime Rib

Jan 19 Seafood

Tuesday Family Night

Wednesday Pasta Buffet

Thursday Mangolian BBQ



Try the great NEW menu items now available

OctForget 28 Don’t Breakfast Seafood Buffet & Lunch



Includes Salad Bar, Beverage & Dessert

Alaska Mining Company 754-3101 Monday 0600-1300, Tuesday-Friday 0600-2100 Saturday, Sunday, Holidays, Training Holiday 0800-2100 Breakfast 0600-1030, weekend Breakfast 0600-1300 Luncheon Buffet 1100-1300 Evening Specials 1700-2030

Absolute Band Fun Nite Free Pool, Darts, Wii Games

Saturday, October 1 1900-until Juke Joint Style Night

Alaska Mining Company 754-3101 M-F 1100-1300 Lunch Buffet Nocturnal Activities @ Spades, Dominos, Bid Whist

THURSDAY 15-cent Hot Wings 1800 until gone

BBQ Buffet - $20


(Includes Salad Bar, Beverage & Dessert)

2 Breakfast Buffet

Served from 1100-1300 * Always All-You-Can-Eat Monday & Friday $9.95 * Tuesday-Thursday $7.50

Want Something Different Than the Buffet?


Ask for a Lunch Menu Featuring Some Great New Selections


Tommy D’s Daily Korean Buffet


Show Ur Talent Rap & Hip Hop9 w/DJ Bless baked chicken ham Absolute Band

8 reakfast Buffet 0800-1300

FRIDAY Texas Hold’em 15 16 Smooth Groove reakfast Buffet steak Jazz, RB,Hamburger Ole 0800-1300 beef stroganoff School


reakfast Buffet

Tommy D’s

Chicken Cacciatore Roast Pork

SATURDAY Bingo 23 Top 40 22 reakfast Buffet Hot Videos 0800-1300 bbq rib Grown Folks Nite salisbury steak 30 honey baked chicken pulled pork




4 turkey baked ham

10 Fried chicken roast beef

11 bulgogi spice pork

17 bake ziti stuffed peppers

18 fried chicken BBQ RIB



5 Irish Buffet

6 fried shrimp swiss steak macornni & cheese

12 italian buffet

13 bake fish BBQ chicken Macoroni and cheese

Tommy D’s

beef brisket



irish buffet

Beef Stew fried fish macornni & cheese





24 cat fish meat loaf Mashed Potatoes Vegetable Du Jour

31 Roast beef chicken stir fry

Chicken Strips (4) 25 26 Hot Dog lasagna ASIAN Hot Dog w/Chili Cheese spaghetti BUFFET meat Pulled sauce BBQ Pork Sandwich Vegetable Du Jour BBQ Pork Spareribs Plate Chicken Sandwich Bowl 1of Chili w/Cheese 2 Shrimp Basket w/Fries Cheese Sticks (6) Pork Lumpia (6) Shanghai-Style Lumpia (7) Grand Chips & Salsa Tray Free Snack French Fries Wednesday With Draft Beer & Wine Chili Cheese Fries


27 $3.25 bake fish $4.95 fried shrimp


$4.95 $6.95 $4.75 $3.25 3 $6.75 $4.95 $4.95 $4.95 $4.25 $1.75 $2.95

Lunch Is Served roast pork


Sesame Chicken Wings (12)


TOMMY D’s – 753-8191 Korean Luncheon Buffet – Monday-Friday (1100-1300) No Luncheon Buffet US, Korean & Training Holidays The Pit Lounge open 1600-2400 Wednesday-Saturday Texas Hold’em Wednesday & Friday (1900) * Bingo Saturday (1200) Luncheon Buffet (1100-1300), Evening Specials (1700-2030) MON





BBQ LA-Beef Shor Ribs Sauteed Asian Noodles

Beef Bulgogi Bibimbob 10

Sauteed Pork & Veggie Fried Chicken Wings 16


THU 4 Meatloaf w/Veggie Sauteed Meat & Veggie 11

Beef Bulgogi Bibimbob 17





13 BBQ LA-Beef Short Ribs Fish Cutlet

19 Pimento Meatloaf Sauteed Meat & Veggie

25 Beef Bulgogi Bibimbob

6 BBQ LA-Beef Short Ribs Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce

Pork Spare Rib,Asian Style Baked Chicken

Beef Bulgogi Bibimbob



20 BBQ LA-Beef Short Ribs Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce

26 Pork Spare Rib,Asian Style Baked Chicken

27 BBQ LA-Beef Short Ribs Sauteed Sausage & Veggie

31 Sauteed Pork & Veggie Fried Chicken Wings


Karaoke with DJ Tom Absolute Band Fun Nite Free Pool, Darts, Wii Games

15-cent Hot Wings 1800 until gone Show Ur Talent with DJ MAC Absolute Band

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Texas Hold’em Smooth Groove Jazz, RB, Ole School


Bingo Top 40 Hot Videos Grown folks Nite


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HOLE IN THE WALL Saturday, Jan 7 1900-until Juke Joint Style Night Spades, Dominos, Bid Whist





Join the gang Jan 7 at 2000 as we offer an “off the beaten path” atmosphere for adults to enjoy games, food, drinks, and great conversation. Kick back , relax, listen to some Blues and enjoy a game of Dominoes, Spades, and Bid Whist.



Something a little different this

Sophisticated Saturday No formal dinner, but still 5 courses, including wine and coffee! Bring that special someone or a group of friends. Sophisticated Saturday is the prefect setting for an upscale night out.

SS Sophisticated Saturday

Make your reservation by January 17 Business casual attire will be suitable for this Sophisticated Saturday. No jacket required, still no jeans however.

only $21.95/person

LeCafe Cafe 0700-1900 M-F 753-7447 BREAKFAST (Available until 1030)

Grilled Bagel Egg & Cheese Sausage or Ham Breakfast Burrito Croissant Egg & Cheese Sausage, Ham or Bacon Biscuit & Gravy Muffins Potato Rounds


$1.95 2.50 2.95 2.95 1.50 2.50 2.95 2.50 1.50 1.25

Burger $4.50 Cheeseburger 5.00 Wraps Bacon Cheeseburger 5.50 Chicken Caesar $5.95 Mushroom & Swissburger 5.50 Turkey or Ham 5.50 Make it a double -- $1.50 Tuna 5.95


Chicken Salad Croissant Shrimp Po-Boy Country Fried Steak Chicken Quesadilla Deli Club Sub Italian Sub Reuben Grilled Chicken

Deli Club 5.95 Garden Veggie 5.50 $5.50 6.50 5.95 6.50 5.50 5.95 5.95 5.75



Italian $5.95 Ham or Turkey w/Cheese 5.50 Tuna 5.50 Deli Club 5.50


Cajun Fried Shrimp Fish Strips Shrimp & Fish Combo Chicken Strips

$6.50 6.50 7.50 5.95


Caesar $5.95 Chili & Cheese $5.25 Served with choice of Grilled Chicken or Tuna 5.50 Broccoli & Cheese 5.25 Chicken Salad Bacon, Cheese & Sour Cream 5.25 Garden 4.50 5.50 Chicken, Broccoli & Cheese 5.95 Chef Salad Southwest Loaded 6.25 Cake, Pie, Cheesecake $2.50 Chili, Cheese, Bacon & Sour Cream Cookies .75 Chicken Loaded 6.95 Chicken, Broccoli, Sour Cream, Bacon & Cheese

Chili & Wings

Frito Pie $4.95 Hot Wings 6.50 Chili Cup 2.50 Chili Cheese Dog 4.50

The LeCAC CafĂŠ in the Humphreys CAC now features an expanded menu for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.


TOMMY D’S Friday @ 1900 Champs Nite

$20 Buy-in, $15 Re-buy or add on through the first break

Friday Night is Hold’em Nite






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Tomm e at Strike y D’s Suwo Zone nC Gatew AC Game ay Ro o m Check Fa cilit Sched ies for ules


Olympic countdown 6 years, 1 months


Camp Humphreys


Children’s Day Buddha’s Birthday Parent’s Day Teacher’s Day Hampyeong Butterfly Festival Yeoncheon Jeongok-ri Paleolithic Festival Hadong Wild Tea Cultural Festival Daegu Yangyeongsi Herb Medicine Festival Sancheong (Jirisan) Herbs Festival Mungyeong Traditional Tea Bowl Festival Damyang Bamboo Festival Ulsan Soeburi Cultural Festival Incheon Bupyeong Pungmul Festival DMZ Music Festival 2010 Chuncheon International Mime festival Haeundae Sand Festival

JUNE 2012 KOREAN CELEBRATIONS For Further Details & Contact Information, Go To the Internet at:


Seoul Winter Lights Festival Pyeongchang Trout Festival Taebaeksan Mountain Snow Festival Inje Icefishing Festival Taebaek Snow Festival Lunar New Year


Valentine’s Day Inje Icefishing Festival Taebaek Snow Festival Exorcism of Tamna Festival Jeongwol Daeboreum Fire Festival Goseong Pollack and Sea Festival Gangneung Full Moon Rite

MARCH White Day Gwangyang Maewha Festival Gurye Sansuyu (Cornus Fruit) Festival Busan Gwangalli Eobang Festival Jindo Sea-parting Festival Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival Admiral Yi Festival


Black Day Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival Admiral Yi Festival Icheon Baeksa Sansuyu (Cornus Fruit) Blossoms Hwagae Marketplace Cherry Blossoms Festival Yeouido Spring Flowers Festival Goreong Daegaya Festival Jeju Canola Blossom Festival Cheongpung Lakeside Cherry Blossoms Festival Korean Traditional Liquor & Rice Cake Festival Hampyeong Butterfly Festival

Haeundae Sand Festival Hansan Ramie Fabric Cultural Festival Muju Firefly Festival

JULY 3rd World Taekwondo Culture Expo 7th Buyeo Seodong Lotus Festival Boryeong Mud Festival Incheon Pentaport Rock Festival 13th Pucheon International Film Festival Pohang International Fireworks Festival

AUGUST 14th Busan Sea Festival Gangjin Celadon Festival The Great Battle of Hansan Festival Jecheon International Music & Film Festival Seoul Fringe Festival


Chusok Seoul Fringe Festival Yeongdong Nangye Traditional Music Festival Hyoseok Culture Festival Geumsan Insam Festival Cheonan Heungtaryeong Dance Festival Chungju World Martial Arts Festival Yangyang Songi Mushroom Festival Andong International Maskdance Festival


Hangul Day Andong International Maskdance Festival Jinju Namgang Yudeung Festival 14th Annual Pusan International Film Festival Gimje Horizon Festival Baekje Cultural Festival Jarasum International Jazz Festival Ganggyeong Fermented Seafood Festival


Ppeppero Day Paju Jangdan Soybean Festival Seogwipo Bangeo Fish Festival

Upcoming Entertainment in Korea Electronic Music Fest Jan 14, Ilsan-KINTEX, 121,000W


Jan 25, AX-Korea, 88,000W


Jan 27, Olympic Park Hall, SR88,000W, SS-77,000W, A88,000W

Brown Eyed Soul

Jan 28, Olympic Park Gymnastics Stadium – SR-110,000W, R-99,000W, S-77,000W, A66,000W

Judas Priest Farewell Concert Feb 4, Olympic Hall, Standing-99,000W, R-121,0000W, S-99,000W, A-77,000W

Lamb of God

Feb 12, AX-Korea, 99,000W

Korea Grand Sale 2012 Jan 9-Feb 29 21,000 stores throughout Korea will be offering special sales for 52 days starting Jan 9. The nationwide sale is sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism and the Visit Korea Year Committee. Participating stores include the ‘BIG 20’ (large chain stores such as Lotte and E-Mart), department stores, duty free shops, grocery stores, select restaurants, shopping malls, beauty and cosmetic shops and more to include movies and other types of entertainment. In addition to a variety of discounts and promotions throughout the sale period, there are street events and performances that take place. Information about participating stores, discount rates, and mobile coupons are available through the Korea Grand Sale smart phone application. Foreigners are the primary target of the promotion. For further details, go to

Seoul Forest offers variety of activities Consisting of five parks, Seoul Forest is an eco-friendly zone rapidly developing into the premium city-park of Korea – much like Hyde Park in London and Central Park in New York. Seoul Forest includes a Cultural Art Park, an Ecological Forest, a Study Field, a Wetlands Ecological Field and the Han River Waterside Park. Once a royal hunting ground reserved for kings, Seoul Forest now offers a variety of year-round activities for nature-loving individuals and Families. Most of Seoul Forest is free, although there is a modest charge for parking and things like food for the deer. There is also a nice riverside restaurant and lounge. The Forest also includes bike paths, with both individual and tandem bikes for rent at the Visitor’s Center. Wheelchairs and strollers are also available for rent at the Visitor’s Center. You can drive to Seoul Forest (see map to right), take Seoul Subway Line 2 to the Tiukseom Station or take any of the following buses – 31 2014, 2412, 2413 or 2224.

Taebaek Snow Festival January 27 – February 5 The Taebaek Snow Festival is one of the biggest in Korea and includes a fantastic display of Snow & Ice Sculptures, a Polar Bear Run, Ice Wall Climbing, a Snowman Festival, Skiing, Snowboarding & Sledding A number of other interactive programs such as a snow sculpture competition for university students, Dr. Fish foot bath, snow sledding, dog sled rides and other fun games will be held during the festival period. The festival full of fun and excitement will be the best winter destination providing worthwhile memories for adults dreams of happiness for kids. Visit the Taebaeksan Mountain Snow Festival for an exciting winter with friends and family.

Ice Skating in Seoul is cheap Korea sits atop the figure skating world with Kim Yu-Na the 2010 Olympic champion in Ladies' Singles, the 2009 World champion, the 2009 Four Continents champion, a three-time (2006–2007, 2007–2008, 2009–2010) Grand Prix Final champion, the 2006 World Junior champion, the 2005–2006 Junior Grand Prix Final champion and a four-time (2002–2005) South Korean national champion. Kim is the first female skater to win the Olympic Games, the World Championships, the Four Continents Championships and the Grand Prix Final. Largely because of Kim’s popularity, skating rivals skiing and ice fishing as the country’s top winter sport. A great example of that popularity is the Outdoor Rink in Seoul Plaza in downtown Seoul. Scheduled to remain open through Feb 12, the rink offers a pair of skates and skating for an just 1,000 won an hour. There is room for up to 3,000 skaters, with the rink open from 1000-2200 Sunday-Thursday and 1000-2300 Friday, Saturday and Korean Holidays. Call 02-1330 for information 31

Seoul’s No 1 attraction? There are many great things to see in Seoul, but what do you think is the No. 1 attraction? According to a survey conducted by the Seoul Metropolitan Office , the most popular destination for foreign tourists in Seoul is Namsan Seoul Tower, followed by Myeongdong and Gyeongbokgung Palace. Namsan Seoul Tower received 16 percent of the vote, and was chosen as Seoul’s Best Attraction for offering breathtaking views of Korea’s capital city. Meanwhile, Myeongdong, with 13.4 percent of the vote, was widely praised for offering a myriad of shopping and dining facilities, and Gyeongbokgung Palace, with 10.9 percent of the vote, for preserving its history, traditions and architectural beauty. Almost 2,000 people participated in the survey which was conducted between November 3-20. Other choices on the list of Seoul’s Best Attractions for Foreign Tourists included Bukchon Hanok Village, Dongdaemun Gate and Seoul Forest. What is your favorite Seoul attraction? Do you have a place that you recommend? Let us know at We will run a list of Locally Recommended Seoul Attractions in the February Happenings.

Winter Fun – Ice Fishing Korea’s winter weather – especially along the northeast coast – makes for many streams covered in a thick layer of ice ideal for tce fishing. Here are a couple of established Ice Fishing Festivals scheduled for this month: Hwacheon Sancheoneo (Mountain Trout) Ice Festival – Jan 729 -- Hwacheon Stream & 5 villages in Hwacheon-gun, Gangwon-do Visitors can try out ice fishing, and those who are feeling brave can try to catch mountain trout with their bare hands. There is also an exhibition of ice sculptures that took 20 weeks to prepare. Other activities include Snow/Ice Experience: Ice Sledding, Bobsledding, Ice football, Eolgomiseong (tunnels, slides), Snow Sculptures, Snow Sledding, World Snowman Square, Ice Rink, Ice Train, Snow Train, Cross Country Skiing and Nongmokjangchigi (mini ice hockey). Inje Icefish Festival – Jan 28-Feb 5 -- Soyangho Lake area. At this spectacular winter festival visitors will be able to try out ice fishing and exciting games such as human bowling on ice, ice soccer and even a tug-of-war on ice. For those icefish fanatics there will be an icefish eating competition, and visitors can sample the icefish, smelt, for free. Icefish fishing, Icefish sampling, Icefish food experience, snow/ice sledding, ice football game, ice sliding, ice race walking and traditional folk games. Make sure to dress warm and remember a change of clothes in case you get wet.

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Bears Town A short journey from Seoul, Bears Town has skiing for all abilities and excellent off-slope sports facilities. Accommodation options include the Sheraton Walken Hill Hotel. Special ski lessons are organized for 2 hours each, three times daily for non-Korean guests. The resort offers a Ski Deposit facility - whereby skiers can leave their equipment in secure lockers - for up to 1,000 paris of skis. Bears Town has direct access to 11 individual runs served by 8 ski lifts as well as 57 Snow Cannons. All levels of skier ability, from Beginner to Expert, are well-catered for in Bears Town.

Hyundai Sungwoo Hyundai Sungwoo resort has direct access to 21 individual runs. Hyundai Sungwoo resort offers good skiing, particularly, for Intermediate skiers.

Jisan One of the world's newest ski resorts, Jisan opened with three quad chairs in 1996 and now has direct access to 7 runs. The 3 Ski Lifts of Jisan are able to uplift 6,080 skiers or snowboarders per hour, with a wide range of abilities served.


Muju Muju has seen phenomonal growth since opening in 1990 and is now one of Asia's top destination resorts. Apart from a ludicrous amount of skiing considering Korea's naturally limited vertical, the resort now encompasses a theme park, Korea's largest tennis complex with no less than 108 courts, a lake for water sports, an Arnold Palmer designed 18 hole golf course and country club and many other sporting facilities including horseback and mountain bike riding trails and the huge 742-bedroom Hotel Tirol. Muju also boasts the country's longest ski slope and greatest uplift. It hosted the 1997 Universities Winter Games and has direct access to 30 individual runs served by 16 ski lifts. All levels of skier ability, from Beginner to Expert, are well-catered for in Muju.

Yongpyeong The largest resort in Korea, located at the foot of the Palwangsan Mountain. An annual snow festival is staged here and there are numerous alternative activities. Dragon Valley is close to the National Parks at Mount Obaesan and Mount Soraksan, as well as Kyomgp'odae Beach. The '98 Ski World Cup and '99 Winter Asian Games were staged here. Yongpyeong has direct access to 41 runs served by 17 ski lifts.All levels of skier ability, from Beginner to Expert, are well-catered for in Yongpyeong. The resort also caters to snowboarders, with a terrain park equipped with rail slides, lamps, quarter pipes and ski cross courses.

Alpensia Ski Resort Official site of the 2018 Winter Olympics, Alpensia has 6 slopes for skiing and snowboarding. The Alpensia Ski Jumping Stadium is located within the station and will be the location of the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympics. The Alpensia Resort will be the focus of the outdoor sports of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Other venues either being built or already open will include the Alpensia Biathlon Centre, Alpensia Nordic Centre for Cross-country skiing and Nordic combined, the Alpensia Sliding Centre for Luge, Bobsleigh and Skeleton as well as the Olympic Village. Yongpyong Ski Resort will be the venue for Alpine Skiing (Slalom, Giant Slalom). After the Olympics, Alpensia Resort will also host the 2018 Winter Paralympics.

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Start Lunar New Year with Duk Gook It’s a good bet that 99.9 percent of all Koreans world-wide will celebrate the Lunar New Year with a bowl of Duk Gook – the traditional Korean New Year’s Day soup. And you can join the parade. Unlike many Korean dishes, Duk Gook is easy to make, only as spicy as you want it to be and quite tasty, too. You can prepare it in 30 minutes of less. And even the kids will probably like it. A simple Duk Gook recipe calls for beef stock, some thinly sliced beef, rice cakes, soy sauce, a couple of hard boiled eggs and some green onions and seaweed, Most of the ingredients are available in the Commissary, including mondu, which can be substituted for rice cakes. “Officially,” the mondu is a different version of Duk Gook. If you want the “real” thing, go to EMart and buy the rice cakes. Add the rice cakes, soy sauce and black pepper to taste to the boiling beef broth and simmer for about 10 minutes. Ladle into individual bowls and add egg stripes, chopped green onions and seaweed for color. The color of the finished product is important, and it should look like the photo above. You can also use chicken stock and thinly-slice chicken if you prefer. Some areas of Korea use anchovies and fish stock instead. Whichever way you go, you will welcome the Lunar New Year in the traditional Korean way.

Animals of the Chinese Zodiac Rat -- Forthright, tenacious, intense, meticulous, charismatic, sensitive, intellectual, industrious, charming, eloquent, sociable, artistic, and shrewd. Ox –Dependable, ambitious, calm, methodical, born leader, patient, hardworking, conventional, steady, modest, logical, resolute, tenacious. Can be stubborn, dogmatic, hot-tempered, narrow-minded, materialistic, rigid, demanding. Tiger –Unpredictable, rebellious, colorful, powerful, passionate, daring, vigorous, stimulating, sincere, affectionate, humanitarian, generous. Can be restless, reckless, obstinate, selfish, aggressive independent,self-controlled and moody. Rabbit –Gracious, good friend, kind, sensitive, soft-spoken, amiable, elegant, reserved, cautious, artistic, thorough, tender, self-assured, shy, astute, compassionate, lucky, flexible. Can be moody, detached, superficial, self-indulgent, opportunistic and stubborn. Dragon –Magnanimous, stately, vigorous, strong, self-assured, proud, noble, direct, dignified, eccentric, intellectual, fiery, passionate, decisive, pioneering, artistic, generous, loyal, wise, humble, imperious, foresighted, demanding, intolerant, peaceful, impetuous, understanding and blunt. Snake –Deep thinker, wise, mystic, graceful, soft-spoken, sensual, creative, prudent, shrewd, elegant, cautious, responsible, calm, strong, constant, purposeful. Can be a loner, a bad communicator, possessive, hedonistic, self-doubting, distrustful, mendacious, suffocating and cold. Horse –Cheerful, popular, quick-witted, changeable, earthy, perceptive, talkative, agile, magnetic, intelligent, astute, flexible, open-minded. Can be fickle, arrogant, childish, anxious, rude, gullible and stubborn. Sheep –Righteous, sincere, sympathetic, mild-mannered, shy, artistic, mothering, peaceful, generous, seeks security. Can be indecisive, overpassive, worrier, pessimistic, over-sensitive, complainer and weak-willed. Monkey –Inventor, motivator, improviser, quick-witted, inquisitive, flexible, innovative, problem solver, self-assured, sociable, artistic, polite, dignified, competitive, objective, factual, intellectual. Can be egotistical, vain, arrogant, selfish, reckless, snobbish, deceptive, manipulative, cunning, jealous and suspicious. Rooster –Acute, neat, meticulous, organized, self-assured, decisive, conservative, critical, perfectionist, alert, zealous, practical, scientific, responsible. Can be over zealous and critical, puritanical, egotistical, abrasive, proud, opinionated, given to empty bravado. Dog –Honest, intelligent, straightforward, loyal, sense of justice and fair play, attractive, amicable, unpretentious, sociable, open-minded, idealistic, moralistic, practical, affectionate, sensitive, easy going. Can be cynical, lazy, cold, judgmental, pessimistic, worrier, stubborn, quarrelsome. Pig – Honest, gallant, sturdy, sociable, peace-loving, patient, loyal, hard-working, trusting, sincere, calm, understanding, thoughtful, scrupulous, passionate, intelligent. Can be naïve, over-reliant, self-indulgent, gullible, fatalistic, materialistic.

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25 쇠불고기 비빔밥

26 아시안 돼지갈바 닭고기 바비큐

27 LA 갈비 LA갈비 소시지 야채볶음

2 새해 새해((신정 신정)) 휴무 Closed New Year’s Day

Tue 화 3

New Year’s Day observed

9 LA 갈비

설날 휴무

30 LA 갈비

31 돼지고기 야채볶음 아시안 누들 야채볶음 닭날개 튀김

Wed 수

아침 BREAKFAST(10시 30분까지)


그릴드 베이글


치킨 시저

에그앤 치즈


터키 또는 햄


2.95 2.95 1.50 2.50 2.95 2.50 1.50 1.25


5.95 5.95 5.50

소시지 또는 햄 브랙퍼스트 부리토 크로와상 에그앤 치즈 소시지, 햄 또는 베이컨 비스킷과 그레이비 머핀 포테이토 라운드

버거 BURGERS $4.50 5.00 5.50 5.50

버거 치즈버거 베이컨 치즈버거 머시룸앤 스위스 버거


델리 클럽 가든 베지

파니니 PANINI 이탈리언 햄 또는 터키와 치즈 튜나 델리 클럽

바스켓 BASKETS 케이쥰 프라이드 슈림프 피시 스트립 슈림프 앤 피시 콤보 치킨 스트립


샐러드 SALADS $5.50 6.50 5.95 6.50 5.50 5.95 5.95 5.75

스퍼즌스터프 SPUDS-N-STUFF $5.25 5.25 5.25 5.95

칠리앤치즈 브로콜리 앤 치즈 베이컨 치즈앤 소어크림 치킨, 브로콜리 앤 치즈


사우스웨스트 로디드 칠리, 치즈, 베이컨 앤 소어크림 치킨, 브로콜리, 소어크림 앤 치즈

$4.95 6.50 2.50 4.50

치킨 샐러드



4.50 5.50

쉐프 샐러드

알라카트 A LA CARTE $1.50 2.50 1.95 1.25 1.00

프라이 칠리 프라이 어니언링 베이크드 빈 칩

그외 달콤한 간식 (For the Sweet Tooth) 케잌, 파이, 치즈케잌 쿠키

$2.50 .75

각종 음료

$1.25 – 물(작은병) $1.75 – 물(큰병), 자동판매 컵 음료 $2.15 – 레드불 (에너지드링크) $2.25 -- 게토레이

맥주 (신분증확인필수) 미국 맥주 - $2.50

그릴드 치킨이나 튜나중 택일

$1.00 – 커피, 아이스티 (플레인 또는 스윗), 오렌지 쥬스, 레모네이드, 우유, 캔소다, 병음료

칠리 앤 윙스 CHILI & WINGS 프리토 파이 핫윙 칠리컵 칠리 치즈 도그

6.50 7.50




치킨 로디드



더블사이즈 -- $1.50

치킨 샐러드 크로와상 슈림프 포보이 컨츄리 프라이드 스테이크 치킨 케사디아 델리 클럽 서브 이탈리안 서브 루벤 그릴드 치킨

$5.95 5.50 5.50 5.50

* 하이네켄- $2.75

$2.50 – 몬스터 (에너지 드링크)

해프닝은 FMWR (Family & Morale, Welfare, Recreation) 마케팅에서 발행되는 험프리 미군기지내 행사안내·기관 홍보 책자로서 월 4,000부가 배포·비치되고 있습니다. 여러분의 사업을 험프리 미군 기지에 가장 효과적으로 알리실수 있는 방법! FMWR의 한국인 마케팅 직원 정서경 씨에게 연락하세요. 친절하게 안내해 드리겠습니다. 연락처 전화 0505-754-6472, 031-619-6472 , 031-692-2147

Camp Humphreys Installation

FMWR Marketing 험프리 기지와 MWR 마케팅의 Facebook 홈페이지입니다. 여러분의 많은 방문과 참여를 바랍니다.

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First-Run Movies at Humphreys this month


* Chipmunks Chipwrecked (M) 14-15 Jack and Jill (M) * Sherlock Holmes, Shadow 1 2 * Sherlock Holmes, Shadow 1 17-19 Immortals 3-4 In Time 20-22 * Joyful Noise 5-8 * Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol 21-22 Happy Feet (M) 7-8 Puss & Boots (M) 23-25 J Edgar 9-10 Tower Heist 26 & 31 Twilight Saga – Break Dawn 1 11-12 A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas 27-30 * Contraband 13-16 * Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (1830) 28-29 The Muppets (M)  War Horse (2130) Matinees (1530), Showtimes (1830, 2100) -- * $5.00/$2.50, Otherwise $4.50/$2.25

Win a Free Sweetheart Dinner One Camp Humphreys Couple Will Win a Sweetheart Dinner for Two at the Alaska Mining Co. Send your Sweetheart Photos to No later than January 15. The couple that Family & MWR Marketing Selects for the Cover of the February Happenings Will Win the Free Dinner at the Alaska Mining Co. Photos should be jpegs and high quality

Looking for Leap Day Babies Were you born on February 29th? Maybe you got married on a past February 29 If something significant happened to you on a past Leap Day, send us your photo and a brief explanation of what makes February 29 Special & You Can Win a Prize Send your story to

Happenings - Jan 2012  

USAG Humphreys' Happenings magazine

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