121st General Hospital South Post Bldg #7005
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: 7917-3155
DSN: 315-737-3155
URL: http://www.seoul.amedd.army.mil
Proximity to site: Located on Yongsan Garrison/South Post Medical The 18th MEDCOM and the U.S. Army Community Hospital, Seoul, provides medical care for personnel and their families stationed in Seoul and throughout Korea. The hospital has a current inpatient capacity of 61 with the capability to expand. The hospital also contains clinics providing primary, pediatric, medical, surgical, obstetrical, gynecological, optometry, and psychiatric care, as well as some sub-specialty care. Ancillary services include pharmacy, laboratory, and radiology. An active social work service provides family advocacy services to the community, as does a drug & alcohol and rehabilitation facility. Civilian employees and their families, if not military beneficiaries, may use the military hospital and clinics, but they pay for their care. It is strongly suggested that they have adequate health insurance. All service members requesting command sponsorship are REQUIRED to have their family members medically screened. If family members need special medical care, the Korea Exceptional Family Member Program office will screen the documents and advise personnel on the availability of medical services in Korea, either on or off post. A variety of health promotion and wellness programs are available through the Nutrition Care Division and Community Health Nursing, Preventive Medicine Services, including weight and cholesterol reduction, modified diets, tobacco cessation, etc. Dental There are three dental clinics on Yongsan Garrison. Access to dental care in Army clinics is space-available for all beneficiaries other than active-duty soldiers, according to the priorities in AR 40-400. Dental Clinic #2 provides care for active duty military and has some space available for routine care for active duty family members, but not enough to meet all their needs. Space for routine care is not currently available for retirees and their family members or civilian employees. However, all categories of beneficiaries may seek emergency dental care. Carius Dental Clinic supports active duty military. Dental Clinic #3 provides pediatric and orthodontic dental care. Active-duty family members can improve their access to dental care by using the Tricare Dental Plan (TDP) in Korea if they are enrolled. Rules for using the TDP are different OCONUS, so family members should check with the TDP representative located in Dental Clinic #2 before receiving treatment. Orthodontic care for family members is quite limited. Patients in treatment may be accepted for continuation of care at Dental Clinic #3 if space is available. Opportunities for new case starts are rare. TDP orthodontists are available to continue care or start new cases.
121st GENERAL HOSPITAL CHAPEL
Korea, South
DSN: 737-3129/5000
DSN Fax: 737-3066
121ST GENERAL HOSPITAL CHAPEL
Korea, South
Phone: 737-4335/5000
121st General Hospital
Korea, South
Phone: 7917-3155
DSN: (315) 737-3155
175th Finance Command Unit #15300
APO AP 96205-5300, 
Korea, South
Phone: 725-3201
DSN: 315-725-3201
URL: http://175fincom.korea.army.mil
175th FINCOM in Yongsan provides appropriated and non appropriated fund accounting services and finance support to Soldiers, civilian employees and family members in theater, directs the overseas banking program, and provides staff finance and accounting policy advice and operational guidance. The Centralized Pay and Accounting Division provides accounting, vendor pay, foreign national pay, and civilian pay customer services. Coordinates with service components and Per Diem Travel and Transportation Allowances Committee on the execution of the Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) and OHA/MIHA surveys. Our website contains detailed information on the FINCOM as well as pertinent information regarding your finances while stationed in Korea. The FINCOM also publishes the weekly column in the Morning Calm newspaper on Finance related topics, click on Press Releases on our website to view. PAY ENTITLEMENTS: Name: Your Pay While Stationed in Korea Comments: The Your Pay booklet gives a complete definition of station allowances as well as all possible scenarios depicting Soldiers living conditions while stationed in Korea. The following scenarios are listed in the Your Pay booklet: Single Soldiers 1. Service Member on Post (Barracks) 2. Service Member off Post Unaccompanied tour, Family Members Off post in the US 3. Service Member on Post 4. Service Member off Post Unaccompanied tour, Family Members on Post in the US 5. Service Member on Post Unaccompanied tour, Non Command Sponsored Dependents in Korea 6. Service Member on Post 7. Service Member off Post Command Sponsored Tour 8. Service Member on Post 9. Service Member off post In Processing Finance in Korea: Address: BLDG # 4034 Yongsan (Yongsan and Seoul) BLDG # 388 Camp Humphreys (Pyongtaek) BLDG # 1685 Camp Henry (Taegu) BLDG # 2759 Camp Mobile (2nd Infantry Division) Comments: The following list details supporting documentation needed for In Processing Finance for the listed actions. ACTION SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS (#) Soldier PCS Travel orders Orders/Amended Orders (5) Leave DA Form 31 (5) HRAP DA Form 4187/ DA Form 31 (1) BAH DA FORM 5960 (Zip Code)/Termination or Assignment to Gov't Quarters Orders BAS DA FORM 4187 Family Sep Allowance DD Form 1561/Orders CONUS COLA DA 5960(for loc of primary dep) & Orders TRICARE Dental Stop/Changes Dental form scanned and emailed to eabem@ucci.com FLLP Pay Orders (1) Pay Option Change DA Form 3685/SF 1199A TSP TSP Election Form (TSP-1) Federal / State Tax W-4/DD Form 2058 Allotments DD Form 2558/SF 1199A Extension DA Form 3342/ DA Form 3286-66 Telephone/Cable Initial Enlistment Bonus DA Form 4-1 & 4-2/ 3286-3, Orders Awarding MOS, Grad Certificate TLE Orders/ Original Lodging Receipts TLA Statement of Non-Availability from Overseas HSG Office/ Orders /Receipts Advance Pay DDForm 2560/ Orders Dependent Travel DD Form 1351-2 (5) Dislocation Allowance Orders DITY Settlement DD Form 1351-2 (5)Orders (5) Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) Fraud Prevention: Comments: The 175th Finance Command is committed to providing the education and guidance necessary to ensure all Service Members assigned to USFK a
1st Replacement Co.
Korea, South
Phone: 7914-3050
DSN: 724-3050
34th SPT. GP. Chaplain
Phone: 7918-3008
DSN: (315) 738-3008
41st Signal Battalion Phone Service Center Southpost-Community Services Building 4106
Yongsan, Seoul Korea, 
Phone: 82-2-7918-6900
DSN: (315)-738-6900
Phone service center for all on post housing and barracks (not including off post or Hannam Village) is processed here. Located inside Building 4106 on the second floor across from Korea Telecom. Service center provides telephone service only. Internet service is provided by Korea Telecom.
516th Personnel Service Branch
Phone: 7913-5530
DSN: (315) 723-5530
AAFES on Yongsan, Main & South Post
Korea, South
URL: http://aafes.com
Dear Valued Customer, My Staff and I would like to welcome you to Seoul Korea, Yongsan Garrison, home of the Capital Exchange. The Capital Exchange serves the immediate Area II community consisting of Yongsan Main and South Posts, Camp Kim, Camp Coiner, Hannam Village, K-16, Camp Market, Camp Colbern, the FED compound and Yongin. Having the largest Main Exchange in Korea, we also attract customers from all other installations in the Republic of Korea. Our Mission in the Capital Exchange is to provide the best customer service levels in delivering our goods and services at the best possible prices, while generating earnings for your local MWR programs. Our customer are treated to a Variety of shopping and dinning choices, with numerous retail stores, local concession operations and almost every Major Name Brand fast food concept located throughout the installation. We are committed to making a favorable impression, by making the transition from a Conus assignment to Korea. Our goal is to have our facilities in Capital exchange provide the same or better levels of service than where the service members just came from. You will find the same everyday low prices, Military Star Card acceptance, lack of sales taxes, and sales promotions you have been accustomed to. The Capital Exchange is dynamic: we are always making improvements and actively solicit input from the community on ways we can further improve. On 20 December 2002, we opened the brand new Mini Mall on Yongsan Main Post. The Military Clothing Sales Store, a consolidated Four Seasons with Toyland, Sports Store, Pet Supplies, a Shoppette/Class VI with Video Rental, Barber Shop, Beauty Shop, Laundry/Dry Cleaning Pick Up, Alterations and Flower Shop operations. In 2003 we opened a 3 screen cinema, a Subway sandwich shop in two locations Moyer CAC and The Dragon Hill Lodge along with a Pizza Hut. We have a new AutoPride with a 24 hour shoppette. We are definitely making a commitment to insure your quality of life is what you expect from AAFES. Should you every have a concern please do not hesitate to ask any of our managers or associates. We are here to serve You. General Manager Capital Exchange, Korea GM-CP Office 738-7402 Main Post Exchange 724-3244 Main Post Shoppette/Class VI 723-2068/2069 Four Seasons, Toyland and Sporting Goods 723-2072/2073 GNC Store 724-3256 Military Clothing Store 723-2072/2073 South Post Shoppette 738-3860 Furniture Store 738-5051 South Post Box Office Video 738-7222 Gas Station 738-5156 SSSC Store 736-3534 Camp Coiner 724-4120 Camp Kim 724-6029 Hannam Village 738-8021 K-16 PX 741-6379 Camp Colbern PX 722-4353 Camp Market PX 722-3429 FED Compound 721-7483
AAFES Taxi
Phone: 7918-5113/5114
DSN: (315) 738-5113/5114
ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING SERVICE (ASACS) BDLG. #3568, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Phone: 738-6816/6815
AMBULANCE
Phone: ON POST: 737-6132
OFF POST: 7917-6132
American Red Cross
Phone: 798-3670
DSN: (315) 738-3670
AMERICAN RED CROSS BLDG. #S4278, (ACROSS FROM COMMISKY'S CLUB) SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Phone: DSN (315) 738-3670
Fax: DSN (315) 738-9102
Provides crisis medical referral for stateside and local families who have relatives in critical conditions in medical facilities in either location. Doctors from the medical facility in which the critical patient resides must request the presence of required individuals by name to facilitate expeditious transport of desired family member(s). It is important to furnish the Red Cross with as much information as possible i.e. full name, SSN, medical facility, city and state, and phone numbers.
APPROVED WORKMEN ARE NOT ASHAMED (AWANA) SOUTH POST CHAPEL
Phone: 738-6054
An international, nondenominational Bible centered program providing a club to teach the Word of God and reach non-believers for Christ, AWANA comes from 2 Timothy 2:15. Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed. It meets Monday, 1830-2000, Sep-May. Ages 3 (with parent volunteer) through middle school.
AREA II STAFF CHAPLAIN
DSN: 738-3011
DSN Fax: 738-4146
ARMY CAREER AND ALUMNI PROGRAM BLDG #4038, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Phone: DSN (315) 738-7334
Many employment seminars and Far East job fair are conducted yearly. There are networking opportunities through volunteering and the many social and civic organizations represented on Yongsan. Contact any of the offices above for more detailed information.
Army Community Service-Employment Readiness Program BLDG. #4106-Southpost
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-8977
Fax: 011-822-7918-3618/4490
DSN: (315) 738-8977
DSN Fax: (315) 738-3618/4490
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
Current military policy allows for preferred hiring to family members of U.S. civilian and military service personnel, but this does not guarantee you a job. Spouses must still meet qualifications for the particular position in question. The Employment Readiness Program has two locations to assist spouses and family members with their job search needs. We have complete job listings, computers, and internet access for job search and resume writing. Additionally, the Employment Readiness Program staff provides classes and one-on-one assistance for Resumix resume writing, interviewing, and career development.
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE-EMPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM BLDG #4106, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Phone: DSN (315) 738-8345
We conduct Spouse Employment and Education Seminar twice yearly. Invited speakers and presenters include CPAC, CPOC, Contracting Command Korea, Education Center, DoDDS, ACS, and the Legal office. Numerous other agencies also participate.
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE-Installation Volunteer Coordinator BLDG. #4106 SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
92605-0177
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-7510
Fax: 011-822-7918-4490
DSN: 738-7510
DSN Fax: 738-4490
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
Proximity to site: Southpost-Yongsan Volunteering provides a sense of personal satisfaction and a feeling that you can make a difference--and you can! There are many non-paid volunteer positions available on post. Volunteer opportunities vary from coaching and tutoring...to administrative fields throughout the installation. Volunteering can develop valuable skills and many volunteers use those skills to qualify for permanent positions. Volunteering is a winning opportunity--it is beneficial to each of us as individuals, to families and to our community.
Army Community Service
Phone: 7918-4617/7999/7186
DSN: (315) 738-4617/7999/7186
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE BLDG. 4106, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-ACS
Seoul/Yongsan, Korea, 96205-0177
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-4617
Fax: 011-822-7918-4490
DSN: 315-738-4617
DSN Fax: 315-738-4490
Email: acs@.korea.army.mil
Army Emergency Relief
Phone: 7918-7169
DSN: (315) 738-7169
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE BLDG. #4106 Southpost
ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-ACS
Seoul/Yongsan, Korea, 96205-0177
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-4655
Fax: 011-822-7918-4490
DSN: 315-738-4655
DSN Fax: 315-738-4490
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF BLDG. #4106, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Korea, South
Phone: DSN (315) 738-4655
Fax: DSN (315) 738-4490
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
Provides funds to qualified individual in crisis situations provided regulatory requirements by the individuals situation and circumstances are met. Individual must provide substantiating paper work to prove the need for assistance. Required documentation normally consists of a copy of the individuals latest pay document, proof of rent/lease payment, proof of bills paid and/or bills to be paid. These documents should always include proof of money crisis situation.
ARMY FAMILY TEAM BUILDING (AFTB) ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE BLDG. #4160 Southpost
ATTN:EANC-SA-FSD-ACS,Unit #15333, APO AP 96205
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-3617
Fax: 011-822-7928-4490
DSN: 315-738-3617
DSN Fax: 315-738-4490
Email: acs@.korea.army.mil
Offers training for Level 1 to Level 3 and also trains individuals interested in becoming a AFTB Instructor.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) BDLG. #5531, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Phone: 736-5060/5187
Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE, Bldg #4106 Southpost
ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-ACS, Unit #15333
Seoul/Yongsan, 96205
Korea, South
Phone: Com: 011-822-7918-7510
Fax: Com: 011-822-7918-4490
DSN: 315-738-7510
DSN Fax: 315-738-4490
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
ARTS & CRAFTS
Phone: 011-822-7913-3451
DSN: (315) 723-3451
BOSS-BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE/UNACCOMPANIED SOLDIERS BLDG. #2259, MAIN POST, YONGSAN
Korea, South
Phone: DSN (315) 723-5254
Year round activities are sponsored for single and unaccompanied personnel. Activities include dances, fashion shows, fun runs, boat rides and tours to local attractions.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Phone: 011-822-7918-8228
DSN: (315) 738-8228
Cable
Phone: 7918-4211
DSN: (315) 738-4211
CAMP COLBERN CHAPEL
Phone: 722-4442/4352
Carius Dental Clinic
Korea, South
Phone: 725-8271/3063
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY PROGRAM
DSN: 725-5211
DSN Fax: 725-4075
URL: http://www.yongsanholyfamily.org
Centennial Christian School Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: Com: 011-822-762-3160
Fax: Com: 011-822-905-9277
Tuition: Pre k-6th grade about $3,000.00 per tuition yr; Jr. & Sr. high - $4,000.00 per year children who are not eligible to attend DoDDS may be enrolled in one of the English speaking private schools. These schools offer a variety of class sizes, academic standards, student-to-teacher ratios, extracurricular activities and areas of emphasis. Some are fully accredited with certified teachers, some are not. Tuition is quite expensive and ranges from around $2,000 to almost $9,000 per child per school year. Some offer monthly payment plans and family discounts. Note: This information is provided for information and assistance only, ACS and the Department of Army does not endorse any of these schools.
CENTRAL REGISTRATION OFFICE HQ, 34th Support Group, ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-Y
Bldg #4211 South Post, Yongsan
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-5036
Fax: 011-822-7918-3529
DSN: (315) 738-5036
DSN Fax: (315) 738-3529
Registration and information on all child and youth programs for children from infancy through high school. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 0800-1700.
Central Texas College Yongsan-Main Post
Phone: 011-822-7913-4297
Fax: 011-822-7913-7348
DSN: (315) 723-4297
DSN Fax: (315) 723-7348
URL: http://www.ctc-pac.com
CTC offers Associate in General Studies Degree, Associate in Applied Science, and Certificates of Completion in almost 40 fields, to include: Management, Computers, Automotive & Aviation Maintenance, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood, Food Service, Restaurant & Hotel Management, Legal Assistant, Office Management, and Word Processing. Numerous developmental and English as a Second Language courses are also available. Visit our Website!!
Child Development Services
Phone: 7918-5036
DSN: (315) 738-5036
Civilian Personnel Office
Phone: 7918-5628
DSN: (315) 738-5628
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL OFFICE BLDG. #4314, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Korea, South
Phone: DSN (315) 738-5628
CLUB BEYOND (YOUTH MINISTRY) SOUTH POST CHAPEL
Korea, South
Phone: Comm 02-3785-1954/019-9728-1176
DSN: 738-6054
Bible Studies for senior and junior high school students.
Commander
Phone: 736-7731
Commissary Hannam Village
Phone: 7913-3892
DSN: (315) 723-3892
Commissary Yongsan
Phone: 7916-3301
DSN: (315) 736-3301
Community Bank
Phone: 7914-4726/4725
DSN: (315) 724-4726/4725
CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN DOCSTRINE (CCD) SOUTH POST CHAPEL
DSN: 725-5211
Religious education program from Pre-K through high school to include first reconciliation, first communion, and confirmation.
CURSILLO SOUTH POST CHAPEL
DSN: 725-5211
DSN Fax: 725-8181
A movement of the Catholic Church that begins with a three day weekend. This retreat is held at Religious Retreat Center and focuses on the transference of Christ's values to others.
CYS School Liaison Officer (SLO) PSC 303 Box 48
APOAP 96204
Yongsan, 
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-5556
DSN: (315) 738-5556
Responsibilities of the School Liaison Officer include coordinating with local school systems, assisting families during in/out processing, develop and coordinates Army Partnerships in Education, supports national education programs and provide Army parents of school-age children the tools they need to overcome obstacles to education that stem from the military lifestyle. The SLO also has information on Home Schooling and Child Care options for children birth through 18 years. Yongsan Army Post has three schools on post: Seoul American Elementary School, Seoul American Middle School, and Seoul American High School.
Dental Clinic #2
Korea, South
Phone: 736-7096/4779
Dental Clinic #2 provides care for active duty military and has some space available for routine care for active duty family members, but not enough to meet all their needs. Space for routine care is not currently available for retirees and their family members or civilian employees. However, all categories of beneficiaries may seek emergency dental care. Carius Dental Clinic supports active duty military.
Dental Clinic #3
Korea, South
Phone: 736-5221/5799
Dental Clinic #3 provides pediatric and orthodontic dental care. Active-duty family members can improve their access to dental care by using the Tricare Dental Plan (TDP) in Korea if they are enrolled.
Department of Defense Dependant Schools Special Education Program BLDG #3648 SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Korea, South
Phone: DSN (315) 738-5197
Fax: DSN (315) 738-4280
Email: http://www.odedodea.edu
Special Education is any specially designed instruction, support, or equipment a student may need in order to reach his or her fullest potential.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DEPENDENT SCHOOLS (DODDS) 96205
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-5922
DSN: (315) 738-5922
URL: http://www.korea.pac.odedodea.edu
Seoul American Elementary School, Seoul American Middle School and Seoul American High School Registration will be ongoing throughout the summer, school Begins 30 August 2004. Quarter ending dates for students: 1st-04 Nov 04; 2nd - 27 Jan o5; 3rd - 7 Apr 05; 4th - 17 Jun 05. Seoul American High School will add Football, Boys Baseball, and Girls Softball in SY 04-05. Everyone is encouraged to register their children as soon as they arrive in Seoul. Registration will initially take place at the Register's Office in Bldg #4106 rm 121. The office is open Monday through Friday from 0700-1500 hours each day. You will need to bring the following documents: (a.) Copy of the Sponsor's Orders (b.) The Student's Immunization Record and their I.D. Cards/Birth Certificate. If you have any further questions you may contact the Superintendent's office at the commercial number, 011-822-7918-5922 or DSN: 315-738-5922. The following is the category that students will be given priority to attend the DODDS School: Category 1-All Command Sponsored Students, Category 2- Federally connected tuition paying-Non command sponsored, Category 3-Students on space available, only. The enrollment projection as of 01 March 2004 does not look favorable for admitting new Category 3 and 4 Students for SY 04/05. Students in this category may register, but they will be placed on a waiting list. Notification of whether or not students in this category will be enrolled will begin mid August. You may also call for more registration information by calling commercial: 011-822-7918-5554 or DSN: 315-738-5554.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DEPENDENTS SCHOOLS (DoDDS) SPONSORS OF CATEGORY 3 AND CATEGORY 4 STUDENTS
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-5922
DSN: (315) 738-5922
As we begin our registration for School Year 04/05, we want to ensure everyone is aware of the situation with respect to enrollment of Category 3 and Category 4 students. 1. All Category 3 and Category 4 students will be placed on a wait list when registering for SY 04/05. 2. A wait list for each grade at each school will be established. 3. On Monday, August 23, through Friday, August 27, students on the wait list will be enrolled in grades where space is available. This will be determined by the capacity of each grade level. When notified, students need to report within five(5) working days or move to the bottom of the list.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Chief, Housing Division, DPW, Area II Support Activity
ATTN: EANC-SA-D-H, Unit #15333
APO, 96205-0177
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-4069/4566
Fax: 011-822-7918-8231
DSN: (315) 738-4069/4566
DSN Fax: (315)738-8231
URL: http://www.armyhousing.com/dtz.php
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS BLDG. #4106, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
YONGSAN ARMY GARRISON, 96205
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-3211/3201
Fax: 011-822-7918-8231
DSN: (315) 738-3211/3201
DSN Fax: (315) 738-8231
Housing units are only assigned to command sponsored families. Designated "key billet" or "key and essential personnel" receive priority over other command sponsored personnel. Military personnel are given concurrent travel only if government quarters are projected to be available within 60 days after arrival in country. Families arriving in a concurrent travel status are initially housed in hotels and authorized Temporary Lodging Allowance (TLA). It is important to coordinate your hotel reservations through your sponsor or receiving command. The Dragon Hill Lodge is a modern facility on Yongsan conveniently located to many of the In/Out Processing support services. During high rotation times, it may be difficult to obtain reservations. Planning is all important in PCSing overseas. The Dragon Hill Lodge reservation number is: DSN(315)738-2222 or Commercial 011-822-7918-2222. Government housing is comprised of both on-post housing and off-post government leased housing (Hannam Village). Hannam Village consist primarily of 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms units in duplexes and multi-family apartment buildings. Government leased quarters are of varying sizes and styles and are considered extremely small by Western standards. The leased quarters are within commuting distance of the duty station and are assigned on the same basis as on-post quarters. Hannam Village is Army leased housing assigned to enlisted and company grade personnel ( E1-E8; 01-03; and W01-W03 ) Southpost has government leased housing and government controlled units in the Embassy Housing Compound to house Field Grade personnel (O4-O5 / W04-W05); government owned housing to accommodate Senior Enlisted (E-9) and Senior Officers (O6-O10) Assignments to quarters are made in accordance with current regulations. Waiting lists are maintained for each grade, category, and are subdivided by bedroom categories. Housing eligibility is based on the date of departure from the last permanent duty station, if government housing is available, military personnel serving as joint domicile tour or a 2 year tour will be mandatory assigned to quarters. (see below for waiting lists) Note: Colonels/06s and key and essential personnel are housed within 60 days after arrival, except 4-bedroom requirements. Related Information: IF you have a PET, please see PET LICENSING SECTION FOR THE PET POLICY*****************
DoD Schools Registration Office District Superintendent-Korea
Unit #15549
APO AP, 96205-0005
Korea, South
Phone: 7918-7707
DSN: 738-7707
URL: http://www.korea.pac.odedodea.edu
Spring Break for 2004-2005 is April 11-15, end of 4th quarter June 17, 2005. Registration: Sponsors please bring the following: 1, A copy of the sponsor's orders, any changes, concurrent travel orders if issued, extension to orders. 2, If Navy, a copy of the dependent's entry approval order or a letter from PSD; all other command sponsorship orders if issued. 3, Students Social Security numbers. 4, Emergency information: (information of someone you would like to notify in the event you can not be reached) Name Address Telephone number 5, Verification of dependency by one of the following: Official birth certificate Passport Dependents listed on orders Command sponsorship letter verification from CPO 6, Immunization record Non-command sponsored school age dependents are admitted on a space available basis. There is no guarantee that spaces will be available from school year to school year.
DODDS CIVILIAN PERSONNEL OFFICE DODDS DEPENDENT SCHOOL
Seoul/Yongsan, 96205-0005
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7916-6211
DSN: (315) 736-6211
DoDDS-Korea District
Korea, South
Phone: 7918-5922
Fax: 7918-4280
DSN: 315-738-5922
DSN Fax: (315) 738-4280
Email: doddskorea_hotline@pac.odedodea.edu
Proximity to site: Located on Yongsan Military Base Tuition: DoDDS Funded Students who enroll in DOD Dependents Schools (DoDDS) must meet specific immunization requirements. They are listed below: Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV/IPV) Diptheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DT/DTP/DTaP/Td) Varicella CHPO Hepatitis (HEPB/HBC) Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR/MMRC) TB testing is required yearly after 01 March. YOU MUST HAVE A COPY OF YOUR SHOT RECORD AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION, Sponsors travel orders to Korea, Civilian entitlement to LQA, Birth Certificate for first time enrollment in pre-school, kindergarten and first grade.
Dragon Hill Lodge Southpost
Phone: 011-822-7918-222
DSN: (315) 738-2222
DRIVERS TESTING Community Services Building Rm 235
Yongsan, South Post
Korea, South
Phone: 738-5568/3235
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 0800-1030hrs testing for all U.S. Military, Dependants, and Contractors. Monday-Thursday 1300-1630 renewals. Fridays testing for Korean Nationals only. Must have a current U.S. drivers license and ID card to obtain a USFK license.
DRY CLEANERS
Phone: 738-4441
There are AAFES and Quartermaster laundries and dry cleaners on post. There is convenient pick-up and delivery service at the Dragon Hill Lodge where many PCSing service members and their families are temporarily billeted.
Education Center
Phone: 7913-4283
DSN: (315) 723-4283
EFMP / EDIS South Post Bldg #3568
Seoul, Unit #15333
Korea, South
Phone: (EFMP) 011-822-7918-5000
Fax: 011-822-7918-4502
DSN: 315-738-5000
DSN Fax: 315-738-4502
Proximity to site: Located on Military Installation The mission of the Army Exceptional Family Member Program in Korea to provide comprehensive assessments, evaluations and services for children ages 0 to 3 and school age children with known or suspected medical and/or educational concerns. The mission also includes the enrollment, update of enrollment, disenrollment, and verification of enrollment of service members and their family members. The Medical element of the Army Exceptional Family Member Program in Korea is based in Seoul, however Related and Early Intervention Services are available in Osan (to include Camp Humphreys), Taegu, and Pusan. Availability of services in these areas are based on current staffing and information contained in the current IEP and/or IFSP of the child who will be receiving services. When possible, the above services are available for non-command sponsored family members. This is on a case by case basis and with the approval of the Chief, EFMP/EDIS and/or EDIS Manager. Current Staffing: EFMP Staff: Chief EFMP Coordinator/Special Needs Advisor NCOIC Secretary/Receptionist EDIS Staff: Chief EDIS Manager Social Work Physical Therapist Occupational Therapist Early Intervention Educator Early Intervention Nurse Early Intervention Speech/Language Pathologist Additional Staffing Proposal: Occupational Therapist (EIS) Occupational Therapist (Osan) POC's: Chief, EFMP/EDIS - DSN 315- 738-4422 - Commercial 011-82-2-7918-4422 EDIS Manager - DSN 315-738-4422 - Commercial 011-82-2-7918-4422 EFMP Coordinator/Special Needs Advisor - DSN 315-738-5000 - Commercial 011-82-2-7918-5000 FAX - DSN 315-738-4432 - Commercial 011-82-2-7918-4432 Location: Yongsan South Post - Building #3567 (EFMP Coordinator/NCOIC/EIS Nurse/Education/Speech Pathologist Yongsan South Post - Building #3568 (Chief/EDIS Manager/Social Work/Secretary-Receptionist) Yongsan South Post - Building #3427 (OT/PT) Yongsan South Post - Building #3577 (Audiology)
Eighth Army MWR Cable Television Unit # 15236
Southpost-Community Services Building 4106
Yongsan, Seoul Korea, 
Korea, South
Phone: 82-2-7918-2288
DSN: (315) 738-2288
Services only provided on Yongsan Garrison and to the housing area in Hannam Village. Over 35 television channels and 8 audio channels including premium movie, sports and news channels and children's channels. Sign up for services in Building 4106 Room 236. Active duty Army uses an automatic payroll deduction for monthly service fees, all others can make payment in person or by mail.
EMERGENCY ROOM
Phone: 737-5545/6001
FROM OFF POST: 7917-5545/6001
Emergency-Duty Hours (after hours call emergency room)
Phone: 736-5545
Employment Readiness 2nd Location Hannam Village Outreach Center
Bldg # 6107
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7913-8293
DSN: 723-8293
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY (EO) OFFICE HQ, 34th Support Group, ATTN: EANC-SA-EO
Bldg. #4305, South Post, Yongsan
Phone: 011-822-7918-5950/5900
Fax: 011-822-7918-9631
DSN: (315) 738-5950/5900
DSN Fax: (315) 738-9631
Email: ArndtC@usfk.korea.army.mil
Providing Equal Opportunity for military personnel and family members, both on and off post and within the limits of the laws of localities, states and host nations: Office Operations: Monday-Friday-0800-1700
EUSA/USFK RELIGIOUS RETREAT CENTER
Phone: 725-5341/723-7745
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Bldg #3567, Yongsan, Southpost
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-5000
DSN: 315-738-5000
EFMP is a mandatory enrollment program that is based on public law and DoD mandates.
EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE BLDG. #4106, Southpost
ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-ACS, Unit #15333
Seoul/Yongsan, 96205-0177
Korea, South
Phone: Com: 011-822-7918-5311
Fax: DSN: 315-738-4490
DSN: 315-738-5311
DSN Fax: 315-738-5311
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
Anyone with a family member who has a special medical or educational need must contact their local EFMP Coordinator BEFORE coming to Korea. Only then can it be determined that the necessary services are available in Korea.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP) BLDG. #4106
Southpost
Yongsan, 
Korea, South
DSN: (315) 738-5150/8861
DSN Fax: (315) 738-4490
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
Mission: The mission of the Family Advocacy Program (FAP), is to promote families in living a healthy and positive life style. We also provide support, education and training for soldiers and families that may be experiencing challenges in various areas, such as: parenting, children issues, marital problems and bi-cultural and/or language issues. The FAP briefs Commanders and First Sergeants to provide information about the overall program, issues of spouse and child abuse and commander's responsibilities when responding to allegations of a soldier being involved with abuse issues. Unit briefings and classes are also offered to soldiers, family members and civilians. These briefings are for families in general, but the FAP also focuses on families that may be experiencing challenges and/or difficulties while stationed in Korea. Commanders are provided information that can assist them in finding assistance, support and services that soldiers and their family may need to avoid serious problems (e.g. Problems such as: potential divorce, family violence, emotional/behavioral problems with children). FAP also provides classes and information regarding: Anger and Stress Management, Marital Enrichment and Single Parenting. The FAP works with families to prevent violence in one's family/marriage or to prevent the abuse or neglect of children. This can be done through providing general information, briefing units, working with families or parents as a group, or even interacting one on one. The New Parents Support Program (NPSP), comes under the FAP. This program is offered to parents/moms with children under 4 years old. A parent/mother may have questions about sibling issues, even if one child is 6 years old and there is a newborn. This program provides parents and new mothers/parents with a variety of information such as: Child development, attachment and bonding and parenting techniques. The NPSP also offers new moms information on prenatal care to include: mom health issues, breast feeding and nutrition and basic support issues. The NPSP offers classes, information and support groups on a regular basis. This program also tries to identify soldiers and families that could be considered high risk for having problems or specific challenges such as health issues, financial, cultural/language, sponsor being deployed with a new baby, etc. The FAP seeks to assist geographically separated soldiers to reduce the stress and disconnection with his/her spouse and family through a program called, Keeping the Connection . This program provides classes at 2 levels to help soldiers stay in touch with their family and make them aware of problems they may encounter while stationed in Korea and how to respond to those problems in a healthy and positive manner. The FAP also sponsors events that focus on child abuse prevention (during the month of April), and domestic violence prevention, (during the month of October). These events promote the idea of healthy families. At these events we identify resources, information and support systems to help soldiers and families over come some of the stress related issues they may encounter while stationed in Korea. The FAP recruits foster care parents for the Foster Care Program. This program can help take care of children for a limited time. For more information about any of the above programs please call: The Family Advocacy Program at: 738-5150/8861.
FAMILY HOUSING BLDG. 4106-Southpost
Phone: 011-822-7918-3211
DSN: (315) 738-3211
FINANCIAL READINESS PROGRAM ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE BLDG. 4106 Southpost
ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-ACS
Seoul/Yongsan, 96205-0177
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-4655
Fax: 011-822-7918-4490
DSN: 315-738-4655
DSN Fax: 315-738-4490
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
Financial Readiness Program BLDG. #4106, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Phone: 011-822-7918-4655
Fax: 011-822-7918-4490
DSN: (315) 738-4655
DSN Fax: (315) 738-4490
Email: acs@34sg.korea.army.mil
This program offers a wide range of services to assist soldiers and their families with their financial affairs. Emphasis is placed upon the training portion of the program designed to educate soldiers and spouses in money management, proper use of credit, financial planning for deployment, transition and relocation, insurance, and check writing principles in an attempt to prevent financial difficulties before they arise. The Consumer Affairs Program, also located in ACS, processes all consumer complaints on post and off post with Korean merchants. A partnership is established with the Korean Consumer Protection Board in resolving consumer complaints off post. All complaints must be in writing with supporting documents when possible.
FIRE DEPARTMENT
Phone: CALL 117
Franciscan Pre-School& Kindergarten 707 Hannam-dong
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: Com: 011-822-798-2195
FSC/ACS Director Area II Support Activity
EANC-SA-FSD-A
UNIT # 15333
APO, 96205
Korea, South

GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Phone: 011-822-7918-6131
DSN: (315) 738-6131
Hannam Village Bus Shuttle
Phone: 7918-3437
DSN: (315) 738-3437
HANNAM VILLAGE CHAPEL
DSN: 723-4524
DSN Fax: 725-4075
HANNAM VILLAGE CHAPEL
Phone: 723-4523/4524
HANNAM VILLAGE COMMISSARY Building K Hannam Village
Phone: 723-3892/8812
SUN CLOSED MON 1000-1900 TUE 1100-1800 WED 1100-1800 THU 1100-1900 FRI 1100-1800 SAT 1000-1900
HANNAM VILLAGE YOUTH SERVICES Area II Support Activity
ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-HV Bldg. #6109
Seoul/Hannam Village, 
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7913-5700/4522
DSN: (315)723-5700-4522
For 6th through 12th graders. Leisure, recreation, special events, party space, and classes are available. Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 1400-2000; -Friday; 1400-2200; Saturday - 1300-2200; Sunday 1300-1800.
Home School Building 4106 Rm 221, Yongsan South Post
Phone: 738-5556
DSN: (315) 738-5556
Home Schooling support is available in Korea through the International Distance Educational of Alaska (IDEA) Program. IDEA International is a year-round home schooling/correspondence program serving the needs of military families throughout Korea. Active duty military families and DoDDs eligible civilians residing in Korea are eligible to enroll with IDEA International. The program serves students from kindergarten through grade twelve. A student must be five years old by October 31 of the current year to be eligible for kindergarten. Call the Child and Youth Services School Liaison Officer for the local Home school group Representative at 738-5556.
Household Goods Claims Office Southpost-Community Services Building
Room 229
Yongsan, Seoul Korea, 
Phone: 011-822-7918-8111/8219
DSN: (315) 738-8111/8219
Office Hours are Monday thru Wednesday and Friday 0800-1600 and Thursdays 0800-12 Noon It is important to contact the USFK Claims Service if you have questions on receiving and documenting possible damage to your household goods or your vehicle. Claims will provide basic guidelines for anyone receiving property to lessen the chance of improper or inadequate documentation at the time of filing a claim.
Housing Office
Phone: 7918-4566/3220
DSN: (315) 738-4566/3220
INFORMATION AND REFERRAL BLDG. 4106, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Phone: 011-822-7918-7505
Fax: 011-822-7918-4490
DSN: (315) 738-7505
DSN Fax: (315) 738-4490
Email: acs@.korea.army.mil
JOB INFORMATION CENTER BLDG. 4314, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Phone: DSN (315) 738-5628
Application information available for Civil Service and Non-appropriated Fund (NAF) positions ONLY.
JROTC
Phone: 011-822-7918-4138
DSN: (315) 738-4138
K-16 COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Phone: 741-6688/6687
KOREA REGION OFFICE RELIGIOUS RETREAT CENTER
DSN: 723-7734/7593
DSN Fax: 723-7700
Korea Telecom
Phone: 7913-3267
DSN: (315) 723-3267
Korea Telecom Southpost, Community Services Building 4106
Yongsan, Seoul Korea, 
Phone: 011-822-7913-3267
Fax: 011-822-7913-9965
DSN: (315) 723-3267
URL: http://www.kt.co.kr/eng/index.html
The Korea Telecom is located inside the Community Services Building on the second floor room 226. Korea Telecom provides Telephone and Internet service for all off post locations and Hannam Village Housing Area. There are enthusiastic, competent, well trained staff with years of experience that answer most questions and will find the answers for those they may not know. Welcome to Korea!!
KORO STAFF CHAPLAIN
DSN: 723-4811
DSN Fax: 725-6004
Legal Office
Phone: 7918-6841
DSN: (315) 738-6841
Liberty Christian School P.O. Box 62, Bokwang-Dong 260-7
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: Com: 011-822-792-4116
Mailing Address Area II Support Activity
EANC-SA-FSD-ACS-FS UNIT 15333
APO, AP  96205-0177
Phone: 82-2-7918-7999
Fax: 82-2-7918-4490
DSN: 315-738-7999
DSN Fax: 315-738-4490

MEMORIAL CHAPEL
DSN: 725-4076
DSN Fax: 725-8181
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
Phone: 725--8176/8182
MEN OF THE MORNING CALM (MOTMC) SOUTH POST CHAPEL
Phone: 738-6054
Fax: 738-4645
Meets Tuesday & Thursday at 0600. They sponsor Peninsula-wide Men's Conferences twice a year, and a Men's (Father-Son) Prayer Breakfast the 1st Saturday monthly at 0800.
MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC
Phone: 737-5508
FROM OFF POST: 7917-5508
MILITARY COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN (MCCW) SOUTH POST CHAPEL
DSN: 725-5211
DSN Fax: 725-8181
Catholic women who gather monthly for prayer and fellowship.
MILITARY POLICE EMERGENCY BLDG. 1397, MAIN POST, YONGSAN
Phone: 724-8177/8178/8179
FROM OFF-POST: 7914-8177/8178/8179 24 HOUR EMERGENCY NUMBERS.
Military Related and Civic Organizations
There are several military related organizations. The organizations consist of some of the following agencies: a. American Forces Spouses Club: 738-8331 b. USO: 724-7781 c. AUSA: 723-8872
MOYER COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER BLDG. 2259
Phone: 011-822-7913-3295
DSN: (315) 723-3295
MOYER COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES CENTER: - Ping Pong practice and tournaments - Pool practice and tournaments - Music rooms & equipment sign out
MUSIC AND THEATRE BRANCH BLDG 2259
Korea, South
DSN: 723-5721
DSN Fax: 723-5733
Music and Theatre branch operates a Professionally staffed Community Theatre Program and a Music Program. The Music program consists of a Music Room which is open 1300 to 2100 Wednesday through Sunday. Music practice rooms are available at the rate of 2 dollars per person per hour this includes Amplifiers, drum set, synthesizer and Karaoke machine. Other instruments are available for rent as requested for an additional charge. Theatre Program under the name Area Community Theatre (ACT) produces 5 live theatre productions per year using local performers and technicians both youth and adult. The program offers volunteers the opportunity to be involved in all phases of theatrical production.
MUSTARD SEED PRE-SCHOOL
Phone: 738-8503
MUSTARD SEED PRE-SCHOOL SOUTH POST CHAPEL
DSN: 738-8503
A quality Christian education program offered to Yongsan area military, DOD and embassy families. Mustard Seed promotes spiritual, social, emotional, physical and intellectual development through Bible stories, developmentally appropriate activities, and lots of social interaction.
New Parents Support Program ACS-Hannam Village Bldg 6107
Seoul Korea, 
Phone: 011-822-7913-7391
Fax: 011-822-7918-4490
DSN: (315) 723-7391
DSN Fax: (315) 738-4490
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
The New Parent Support Program (NPSP), provides a variety of information and services to support moms/parents to be , children and families and to promote positive and healthy family lifestyles. This program operates in conjunction with the overall Family Advocacy Program and with the 121 US Army General Hospital (OBGYN Department Programs), at Yongsan. The NPSP offers a wide variety of services such as: 1. Classes, support programs and information regarding child development, attachment and bonding issues 2. Parenting methods and discipline 3. Communication skills training (parents and children) 4. Pre and post natal care 5. Breast feeding information 6. A lending library with a variety of pregnancy and parenting information The NPSP assists families who may be considered high risk or high needs . This term may mean soldiers or families who have challenges they are facing and need support with: 1. Children with medical problems 2. Parents with certain limitations 3. Blended family or language/culture difficulties 4. Cumulative challenges (such as sponsor deployed, multiple children, financial problems, no current friends to assist with child care, health issues) For NPSP classes and specific programs, dates and times please call: 723-7391 *NOTE: Please see: The Family Advocacy Program Section : page 38 for more information and other services.
NONE 96205-0177
Korea, South
Yongsan South Post
Official Homepage
URL: http://www.saocsc.org/
Yongsan
Package Delivery Address Area II Support Activity
Unit 15333
APO, 96205-5333
Korea, South
Email: acs@.korea.army.mil

POST EXCHANGE Building 1435
DSN: 724-4365
MON-SAT 1000-2000 SUN 1000-2000
Post Shuttle
Phone: 7913-7152
DSN: (315) 723-7152
POV Shipment
Phone: 7915-7011
DSN: (315) 725-7011
PRE-MARITAL WORKSHOP RELIGIOUS RETREAT CENTER
Korea, South
Phone: DSN (315) 723-6874
PROTESTANT WOMEN OF THE CHAPEL (PWOC) SOUTH POST CHAPEL
DSN: 738-6054
DSN Fax: 738-4645
Meeting times dedicated to music, fellowship and an hour of Bible study on Wednesday mornings from 0900-1100, and sponsors a working women's Bible study on Thursdays. Watch care for children is provided as well as programs for older and home--schooled children. PWOC is involved in several community service projects and sponsor a country-wide women's retreat (Faithlift) in the spring.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE UNIT #15333
APO, 96205-0177
Phone: 738-7351
RAM

Relocation Assistant
Korea, South
DSN: 315-738-7186
Email: ACS@KOREA.ARMY.MIL

Relocation Readiness General Services Coordinator ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-ACS-AFR, Unit #15333
APO, 96205-0177
Korea, South
Phone: 011-82-7918-7186
Fax: 011-822-7918-3618
DSN: 315-7918-7186
DSN Fax: 738-3618
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
URL: https://www.sponsorship.korea.army.mil
Soldiers on orders to Korea should check out the Sponsorship Website listed above for information about their unit of assignment, Korea, and to request a sponsor! To access the Sponsorship Gateway you must login with your SSN, date of birth, and MOS. "Welcome to Korea"
Relocation Readiness Program Manager Building #4106, Yongsan, Southpost
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-7999
Fax: 011-822-7918-3618
DSN: 315-738-7999
DSN Fax: 315-738-3618
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
The Relocation Program Manager oversees numerous relocation programs for your survival in Korea. Such as Newcomers Orientation, Korean Language Classes, PCS departure Briefings, SITES Booklets and Sponsorship Training just to name a few.
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (RCIA) SOUTH POST CHAPEL
DSN: 738-8503
DSN Fax: 738-4645
A program that aims to teach the basic theological doctrines, history, beliefs, and practices of the Roman Catholic Faith. Its' goal is to bring new members into the Church and update Catholics who wish to know more about their faith.
SCHOOL AGE SERVICES BLDG. 4211 South Post, BLDG. S6109 Hannam Village
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-3051
DSN: (315) 738-3051
School Bus Transportation Office Building 4106 Rm 121
Yongsan South Post
Korea, South
Phone: 7918-5032
DSN: (315) 738-5032
School Bus Transportation Office is responsible for the transportation of the school children in the bussing district. Students that live on South Post do not get school bus transportation. Depending on where you live off post you may not be in the bussing district, so if you are planning to live off post stop by the school transportation office first before signing a lease to make sure you are in the bussing district. Their office hours are from 0700 - 1630.
SCHOOL-AGE SERVICES Area II Support Activity
ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-Y,Bldg #4211 South Post
Seoul/Yongsan, 96205-0177
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-3051
DSN: (315)-738-3051
Comments: Before-School Care is offered on Monday through Friday from 0545 to 0800 and After-School Care from 1430 to 1800 (Yongsan); After-School Care from 1430 to 1830 (Hannam Village); Full-Day Care on No School Days from 0545-1800 (until 1830 at Hannam Village).
Seoul Academy Yongdong, P.O. Box 85
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: Com: 011- 822-554-1690 or 555-2475
Seoul American Elementary School
Phone: 7916-4613/4378
DSN: (315) 736-4613/4378
SEOUL AMERICAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BLDG # 7097
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7916-4613
Fax: 011-822-7916-4606
DSN: (315) 736-4613
DSN Fax: (315) 736-4606
Seoul American High School
Phone: 797-3666/3667
DSN: N/A
SEOUL AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL UNIT #15549
SEOUL, 96205-0005
Korea, South
Phone: 797-3666/3667
Fax: 011 822-7918-8822
DSN Fax: (315) 738-8822
Proximity to site: on post The 2004-2005 school year begins on August 30, 2004.The academic year consists of two semesters and four quarters. The high school graduation requirements for are: English 4.0, Math. 3.0, Science 3.0, Career Ed. 1.0, Phy. Ed. 1.0, Health 0.5, Foreign Lang. 2.0, Social Studies 3.0 (U.S. History 1.0, U.S. Government 0.5, counts as part of the 3.0 Social Studies), Aesthetics 1.0, Computer 0.5, Electives 6.0. Total credits needed are 24.0 credits. There is no Summer school available here. The school grading system is; A=90-100, B=80-89, C=70-79, D=60-69, E=Passing on basis of effort (grade point equal to a "D"), F=0-59 Failure no credit received. SAT I and SAT II EXAMINATIONS are given in: October, November, December, January, March, May, and June. PSAT EXAMINATION is in October. Seoul American High School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (NCA). The school size for 2003-04 is 653.
SEOUL AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL BLDG # 3644
96205
Korea, South
Phone: 797-3666
Fax: 011-822-7918-8822
DSN Fax: (315) 738-8822
Seoul American Middle School
Phone: 736-7364
DSN: N/A
SEOUL AMERICAN MIDDLE SCHOOL Unit 15549
Seoul, APO AP 96205
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7916-7337/7364
Fax: 011-822-7916-7349
DSN: 315-736-7337/7364
DSN Fax: 315-736-7349
URL: http://www.korea.pac.odedodea.edu/schools/sams
Proximity to site: Yongsan Military Base Curriculum The curriculum at Seoul American Middle School provides for continued emphasis on the basics and for opportunities to explore new subject areas and develop emerging personal skills. Language Arts, Math, Reading Science, and Social Studies are emphasized during the three years. Seoul American Middle School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools(NCA. The school size for 2004-2005 is 574. General Bus Transportation is not provided for students who live outside established mileage limits Seoul American Middle School is a closed campus. To leave campus without permission is considered truancy. DoDDS Grading Scale/Grade Points Official reports of academic grades are issued at the end of each marking period. A 90-100 percent 4 B 80-89 percent 3 C 70-79 percent 2 D 60-69 percent 1 F 59 percent and below 0 I Incomplete (until removed) 0 Report Cards Report cards are issued quarterly, approximately every nine weeks (see the school calendar for end-of-quarter dates). A report card will be given to the student and a copy mailed home. Parents may always come to the school and ask the registrar for a copy of the report card. A duplicate copy of report cards is kept in each student's confidential file. Course Selection The guidance counselors assist students and in developing the programs which will best suit their individual needs. English-as-a-Second Language English-as-a-Second Language is a program designed to provide instruction for students who speak little or no English or whose limited knowledge of language may impede their progress in other classes. Talented and Gifted Creative thinking is offered for students who (1) possess high intelligence, (2) demonstrate high levels of achievement or talent, and/or (3) are academically motivated. Special Education Seoul American Middle School has the resources and staff to accommodate the needs of a variety of special needs students. Students who are eligible for an Individual Education Plan (IEP) will be provided with the special education and related services they require in order to experience educational success. Registration Procedures All students must be registered for school every year. Sponsors or parents should bring a copy of their orders which includes the student s name, their ID cards, a copy of the student s records from the previous school, current immunization records, the student s social security number, and the name and phone number of someone other than the sponsor of spouse, who is authorized to sign the student out and to take responsibility for the student in case of emergency. Registration is held each spring for returning students. Students who arrive during the school year may be registered daily from 0730 until 1530 hours.
SEOUL AMERICAN MIDDLE SCHOOL BLDG #
96205
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7916-7366
DSN: (315) 736-7366
SEOUL CIVILIAN PERSONNEL OFFICE APO, 96205-0177
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-5628
Fax: DSN (315) 738-3640
DSN: 315-738-5628
There is a Summer Hire program that provides employment opportunities for teens. For those youth that have graduated high school and want to attend college classes at the Yongsan Education Center, there are part-time and full time employment opportunities with CPO.
SEOUL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (SAES) UNIT #15549
SEOUL, 96205-0005
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7916-4378
Fax: 011-822-7916-4606
DSN: (315) 736-4613
DSN Fax: (315) 736-4606
Seoul American Elementary School (SAES) educates students grades pre-kindergarten through 5th Grade. SAES is staffed by 115 professional staff and 3 administrators. The school has 3 counselors, 2 nurses, and 2 media specialists along with a staff in special education, talented and gifted, art, music, physical education, computer education, language arts reading, compensatory education, host nation, and English as a Second Language. Four administrative assistants and 15 aides provide support services to students and staff. Staff members at SAES are very experienced; 70% of the staff population has 10 or more years experience. 59% of the staff have Master s Degrees or higher. SAES has full day Kindergarten; children have to be 5 years old by 31 October. For more information call Seoul American Elementary School. The school size for 2004-2005 is 1103.
Seoul Foreign School 55 Yonhi-dong, Sodaemun-ku, Seoul 120-13(113)
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-335-5105
DSN: 723-6301
All of these schools listed are near the Military Installation at Yongsan, and the tuition is about the same depending on the "Won rate(Korea Currency) at that time. Keep in mind that traffic is always a problem here in the Yongsan area.
Seoul International School Kangdong, P.O. Box 61
Seoul, 
Korea, South
Phone: Com: 011-822-233-4551/4552
DSN: 723-2883
Single Parents Support Group Southpost,Community Services Building 4106
Yongsan, Seoul Korea, 
Phone: 011-822-7918-5150
DSN: (315)-738-5150
Email: acs@korea.army.mil
SINGLE PARENTS SUPPORT GROUP ACS, Family Advocacy Program This group meets once per month at lunch in the ACS section of building 4106. Single parents meet other single parents and discuss issues and challenges.The focus of this group is to support single parents, discuss problems, challenges and provide network and support information for parents/families. Speakers come at times to present information and to speak on related topics that would be useful to parents. Topics such as parenting methods, stress and single parenting, single parenting in the military, the affects of new adult relationships after being a single parent, etc. A benefit of this group is meeting other parents and discovering new support networks and friends. For information on the time and place of this meeting please contact Family Advocacy Program at: 738-5150.
SOCIAL WORK SERVICES
Phone: 737-5508
SOUTH POST CHAPEL
DSN: 738-6054
DSN Fax: 738-4645
SOUTH POST CHAPEL
Phone: 738-6054/3058
SOUTH POST CHAPEL
Korea, South
DSN: 738-6054
DSN Fax: 738-4645
Sponsorship Website Gateway
URL: https://www.sponsorship.korea.army.mil
Sports Billet Bldg. 1041-Camp Coiner(Mainpost)
Phone: 011-822-7914-8830
DSN: (315) 724-8830
Summer Trek Program (SAS) Yongsan/Hannam Village, 
Korea, South
DSN: 315-738-4707/8130; Hannam Village- 315-738-5700
This is a 9-week Summer Day Camp Program. It is contracted with University of Iowa, Camp Adventure. Sessions start when school ends and the session ends prior to the start of the new school year. Some of the camp activities include: field trips, cook-outs, songs, and arts and crafts.
TEEN YOUTH MINISTRY (TYM) MEMORIAL CHAPEL
Phone: 725-5211
High School and Middle School students of the parish meet on Sundays for Bible study and varied Christian activities within the parish.
Transportation - Inbound
Phone: 7918-4813
DSN: 738-4813
Transportation - Outbound
Phone: 7918-4814
DSN: 738-4814
TRES DIAS SOUTH POST CHAPEL/HANNAM VILLAGE CHAPEL
DSN: 738-6054/723-4524
DSN Fax: 738-4645/723-7441
A spiritually enhancing and ecumenical Protestant retreat for men and women. It is held in the spring and fall each year at the Religious Retreat Center located just a few minutes from Yongsan.
Tricare Service Center Bldg# 7102 South Post
Yongsan, Seoul, 
Phone: 7916-8558/9130
DSN: (315) 736-8558/9130
DSN Fax: (315) 736-8555
Email: TRICARE.Korea@amedd.kor.army.mil
Proximity to site: Across from hospital front entrance All active duty service members are required to be enrolled in TRICARE Prime. Service members need to enroll at their Troop Medical Clinic (TMC) or through the TRICARE Service Center (TSC). Command and non-command sponsored family members are eligible to enroll in TRICARE Prime. Enrollment forms can be obtained through the Military Treatment Facility or the TRICARE Service Center. Active duty and family members must enroll in TRICARE Prime Korea to avoid costly up-front fees, cost shares, and deductibles. Retirees and their dependent family members are covered under TRICARE Standard. Retiree s and their family members pay a deductible of: $150 individual /$300 family. Once the deductible has been paid each fiscal year, retiree s will have a co-pay of 25% for each civilian medical visit until the catastrophic cap of $3000 is reached. When you go to one of our Korean Affiliated Hospitals, be prepared to pay up-front for the first visit or until your deductible is met. Bring all receipts to the TRICARE Service Center for assistance in filing any medical claims. Military beneficiaries age 65 and over are eligible for TRICARE for Life, but must be enrolled in Medicare Part B. TRICARE will not cover retirees over 65 if they are not enrolled in Medicare Part B. The TRICARE Service Center will assist civilians and military with obtaining appointments in one of our Korean affiliated hospitals. If you have encountered claims problems in another location, the TRICARE Service Center can also help. If you are planning to travel while living in Korea, contact the TRICARE office for information on how to obtain emergency civilian health care. Active duty service members enrolled in TRICARE Prime Korea can call the International SOS (dial the international direct dial (IDD) + 656 338 9277) for emergencies when traveling in Asia. See the TRICARE service center for a list of countries that ISOS covers.
University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Yongsan-Main Post
Phone: 011-822-7913-4294
DSN: (315) 723-4294
URL: http://www.ad.umuc.edu
University of Maryland University College (UMUC) offers Certificates in Accounting, Computer Studies, Japanese Studies, Korean Studies, and Management; Associate of Arts Degrees in: Accounting, Business and Management, Computer Studies, General Studies, Korean Studies, and Management Studies; Bachelor s Degrees in Asian Studies, Business Administration, Computer and Information Science, Computer Studies, English, General Studies, Government and Politics, History, Information Systems Management, Management Studies, Psychology, and Sociology. UMUC offers face-to-face courses and distance education courses. In addition to Bachelor s Degrees, UMUC s extensive Distance Education Program also offers courses leading to Master s Degrees in selected disciplines. Visit the UMUC Asian Division web page address above!
University of Oklahoma Yongsan-Main Post
96205
Phone: 011-822-7913-4181
Fax: 011-822-7913-4182
DSN: (315) 723-4181
DSN Fax: (315) 723-4182
University of Oklahoma offers Masters in Public Administration site (36 semester hours). Visit the website!!! The mission is to provide graduate education for the national and international community, especially the mature students, not only by traditional means of delivery but also technological means. To encourage each student to develop his/her unique potential and to become a productive member of society, the university seeks to provide an appropriate academic, cultural and social environment.
University of Phoenix Yongsan - Main Post
Phone: 011-822-7913-7807
Fax: 606 383-2978
DSN: 315-723-7807
DSN Fax: None
University of Phoenix offers Master of fine in Management, Master of Education; on-site (40 semester hours) Visit the website!!! The mission of University of Phoenix is to educate working adults to develop the knowledge and skills that will enable them to achieve their professional goals, improve the productivity of their organizations, and provide leadership and service to their communities.
UPPER ROOM SOUTH POST CHAPEL
DSN: 738-6054
DSN Fax: 738-4645
A nondenominational ministry is for Single & Unaccompanied Soldiers, men and women of all ranks, grades, ages, and services. This group provides a mean, Bible study, spiritual encouragement and fellowship. Meetings are held at South Post Chapel, Friday at 1900. Members get together for fun activities during the week.
USA Federal Credit Union
Phone: 7915-4056/6859
DSN: (315) 725-4056/6859
USFK/EIGHTH ARMY COMMAND CHAPLAIN
DSN: 725-6009
DSN Fax: 725-6004
USO BRIDE'S SCHOOL JUST OUTSIDE GATE #1 YONGSAN
Korea, South
Phone: 724-3301
The USO Bride's School is sponsored by the USO at Yongsan for fiances of active duty military. The course includes instruction on American culture, finances, and other areas of interest to assist a Korean born spouse in her transition to America and military life.
VIDA NUEVA SOUTH POST CHAPEL
Phone: 738-6054
An Ecumenical adult and youth led lay ministry that conducts a three-day "encounter" weekends for youth as Christian outreach for young people grades 9-12. These retreats make a significant impact in the spiritual lives of all who attend.
Walker Center Bldg. 7003-Southpost
Phone: 011-822-7916-1048
DSN: (315) 736-1048
Women Infants & Children Overseas Program-Gwendolyn Rucker Yongsan, Southpost Building 5210
Seoul, 
Phone: 011-822-7916-6074
Fax: 011-822-7916-6107
DSN: (315) 736-6074
DSN Fax: (315) 736-6107
The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Overseas Program is available on Yongsan at Building 5210, South Post. Members of the Armed Forces, Civilian Employees of a military department, and Contractors of the Department of Defense and their family members are encouraged to participate. Income and family size are considered when determining eligibility. Pregnant women are eligible throughout their pregnancy and up to six weeks after birth. Breastfeeding women can continue to use the program until the infant's first birthday while non-breastfeeding women are eligible for up to six months after the child's birth. The program also serves infants and children up to age five years. The program provides several important benefits including nutritious foods that will contribute to healthier diets, nutrition screening and education, and referrals to other community agencies as appropriate. There are no enrollment fees or cost involved. Please contact the WIC Overseas office for information or to schedule an appointment.
YONGSAN VETERINARY CLINIC BLDG. #4728, SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-5145
DSN: (315) 738-5145
The 129th MED DET (VM) along with elements of the 106th MED DET (VS) provide comprehensive veterinary care to all SOFA status personnel in the Republic of Korea. There are five animal hospitals where veterinarians are permanently stationed. There are located at Camp Red Cloud, Yongsan, Osan, Camp Walker, and Camp Hialeah. The numerous other bases are managed on an attending or referral basis. The capabilities of the facilities in Korea vary in the scope of care that they can provide due to instrumentation and staffing. In general all fixed veterinary facilities are able to provide routine basic medical and surgical care to include emergencies. Complicated cases or cases involving other than routine surgery may be referred to the Yongsan Veterinary Hospital.
YONGSAN ARMY EDUCATION CENTER BLDG. #2212, MAIN POST, YONGSAN
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7913-4283
Fax: 011-822-7913-8812
DSN: (315) 723-4283
DSN Fax: (315) 723-8812
Several programs of learning are offered at Yongsan Education Center. There are 2-Year programs, 4-Year programs, Graduate Programs. Offered there also are; Functional Academic Skills Training(FAST), The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Educational Support(DANTES), The Army Personnel Testing(APT)-Defense Language Proficiency Tests(DLPT)-Defense Language Aptitude Battery(DLAB)-The Alternate Flight Aptitude Selection Battery(AFAST). There is a Media Center, an MOS Library/Learning Center available and professional counseling services to assist you in the development of career and educational goals. The Serviceman's Opportunity College Army Degree(SOCAD)Program is available for both the Associate and Bachelor's Degree Programs.
Yongsan Army Education Center Area II Support Activity
Yongsan, 96205
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7913-4290/8403
DSN: (315) 723-4290/8403
DSN Phone: 723-4290/8403 The Education Center is located in Building 2212, just above the Main APO. Subcenters are located at Camp Colbern and K-16 Airfield. Vision Provide an Area education program committed to excellence in service and innovation Mission The Army Continuing Education System (ACES) through its many programs promote lifelong learning opportunities and sharpens the competitive edge of Army 2010 and beyond. ACES is committed to excellence in service, innovation, and deployability. Objectives Provide a wide variety of programs and services in response to needs of commanders and soldiers in support of educational goals. Maximize participation in education programs and services through effective marketing and counseling. Enhance college credit potential by assisting soldiers in obtaining evaluations for military experience and training. Army Regulation: AR 621-5
YONGSAN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER Area II Support Activity,
ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-Y
APO, 
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-3406
DSN: (315) 738-3406
Full-day and hourly care for children from 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Days and hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 0545 to 1800.
YONGSAN COMMISSARY Building 7419
Phone: 011-822-7916-3301/3311
DSN: 315-736-3301/3311
SUN 1000-1900 MON - Closed TUE 1000-1900 WED 1000-1900 THU 1000-2000 FRI 1000-2000 SAT 1000-1900 Yongsan has the largest overseas commissary in the world. Most brand names you are accustomed to are stocked. If one of your favorite grocery items is not a standard item, you can make a special request. Your monthly purchases have a dollar limit based on the size of the family. This dollar limit is tracked and NOT TO BE EXCEEDED as directed by 8th Army policy. Exceptions to this policy may be granted on a case by case basis. There is an excellent selection of fresh fruits and vegetables flown in from the U.S., and fresh fruits and vegetables native to the Orient. It is a wonderful opportunity to experience some of the unique flavors of the region. It is a good idea to bring cookbooks with basic recipes for items you might normally use a prepared box mix, i.e. biscuits, corn bread, pie shells.
YONGSAN LEGAL ASSISTANCE OFFICE BLDG# 4329 SOUTH POST, YONGSAN
96205
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-6841
Fax: 011-822-7918-4053
DSN: (315) 738-6841
DSN Fax: (315) 738-4053
Legal assistance provides legal advice, notarization of signatures, preparation of wills and powers of attorney, also information on passports and SOFA status. Please call for an appointment.
YONGSAN TEEN CENTER Bldg #4215
Yongsan, 96205
Korea, South
Phone: DSN: 315-738-8122
Fax: 315-738-3618
For 6th through 12th graders. Leisure, recreation, special events, party space, and classes are available. Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 1400-2000; -Friday; 1400-2200; Saturday - 1300-2200; Sunday 1300-1800.
YONGSAN YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAM Area II Support Activity, ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-Y, Bldg. 4216-South Post
Phone: 011-822-7918-8117/5567
DSN: 315-738-8117/5567
Yongsan has an excellent sports program. There are various team sports that are offered year round. There are swim teams utilizing indoor and outdoor pools. There is a golf driving range on Yongsan South post and a excellent 18 hole golf course about a 45 minutes via free military bus ride away from Yongsan South post.
YONGSAN/HANNAM VILLAGE TEEN CENTERS Bldgs #4215 (Yongsan) and #6109 (Hannam Villiage)
Korea, South
DSN: 315-738-8117
DSN Fax: 315-738-3618
For 6th through 12th graders. Leisure, recreation, special events, party space, and contract classes are available. Hours of Operation: Monday Thursday 1400-2000; Friday 1400-2200; Saturday - 1300-2200; Sunday 1300-1800.
YOUTH ACTIVITIES PSC 303 BOX 48, UNIT 15333
APO, 96205-0177
Phone: DSN (315) 738-4557
Youth Centers, (pg 45)
The pre-teen center is called the Youth Center. The Haven is a center for youth 13-19 years. The centers have large TVs and a snack and beverage bar. The Youth Center is open to all children grades 1 through 6. Free drop-in service or casual visits will no longer be available at the Yongsan Preteen Center, South Post Youth Development Center, or the Hannam Village Center. This new program will increase the availability of existing resources for use by children. Children will still be able to register for classes and utilize hourly care on a space-available basis. CLUB BEYOND - A youth ministry which offers youth a positive, spiritual alternative. Young people meet to discuss everyday issues of life and to study the Bible. 7th-8th Club Beyond/JV/ meet weekly at South Post Chapel, Yongsan. (9th-12th Club beyond meet in the homes of high school youth. Members also participate in group outings and recreational activities. Further information is available by calling 738-4045
YOUTH SERVICES SPORTS Bldg #4216, South Post
Korea, South
DSN: 315-738-8117/5567
Facilities: Full-court basketball/volleyball, full showers/locker room. Programs: Seasonal sports that include soccer, basketball, softball, baseball/T-ball and volleyball. Ages vary, but usually start at school age. Flag football is offered as a sport.
Youth Services
Phone: 7918-2311
DSN: (315) 738-2311
YOUTH SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM (YSP) Area II Support Activity
ATTN: EANC-SA-FSD-Y, Bldg. 4215-South Post
APO, 96205-0177
Korea, South
Phone: 011-822-7918-8113/4557
Fax: 738-3529
DSN: (315) 738-8113/4557
Yongsan Youth Sponsorship program is essential for the smooth transition of new teens into the community. This year program will feature a separate sponsorship committee for Middle School (grades 6-8) and teens (grades 9-12). The sponsorship committee acts as a liaison between the High School, Middle School and Youth Center.
YOUTH SPORTS OFFICE Bldg #4216, South Post
Phone: 315-738-5567/8117
Services: Multi Fitness Room, full showers/locker room, full court basketball/volleyball. Programs: Seasonal sports that include soccer, basketball, softball, baseball/T-ball and volleyball. Ages vary, but usually start at school age. Tackle football is offered for 7th-8th grades.