KCK made history again! It was colorful day and night on Saturday as Kenyans gathered at the Gwangalli Beach fun-filled day. KCK Busan Branch, who planned for the 2015 annual retreat, hit its target of hosting 100 people – the biggest and the most organized retreat in the history of KCK. By the close of the day, 101 people had gathered at Pukyong National University for a delicious Kenyan dinner comprising of chapatti, pilau, kachumbari, karanga, chicken, vegetables, fruits, salad, ice-cream and drinks.
The Kenya Embassy headed by H.E. Ambassador Mohamed Gello, was down at the coastal city to join Kenyans for the historic retreat. The Deputy Head of Mission Amb. Chege Gathoga and four other staff from the Embassy were also in Busan with their families.
Other guests included Mr. Lee Jong Cheol, Assistant Secretary General of BFIA, Mr. Dan Kim, a businessman, and friends of Kenya from Korea and different nations.
During the retreat, KCK unveiled the Big Book, summer edition of Jambo Kenya Korea. KCK official website was also launched. H.E. Amb. Mohamed Gello commended KCK Executive Board for attaining major achievements within only five months of their leadership. He said that the Embassy will support KCK activities.
The dinner ended at around 10.00pm after which Kenyans moved to other locations to enjoy the night life in the City.