Our organic cafeteria is our pride and joy. We make sure all students at BDS are provided with nutritious meals. On special days such as Christmas, Halloween, and Korean traditional holidays, the cafeteria staff will prepare special themed dishes as well.
The school library, Lincoln Library, will be located outside of the main school building. The library was built using donations from people all over Korea who came to visit the Healing Center. As you might have guessed, it was named after the former US President, who is a spiritual mentor for Mr. Go. His Gettysburg Address, which led the country to victory during the Civil War, will serve as a model in BDS speech classes. The Lincoln library is well-lit with high ceilings, and is home to many resources in addition to the English libraries and Korean language libraries that will be curated in student study halls.
The Ongdalsam Cafe is the perfect place for with calm environment and beautiful interior designs. Every day, the cafe managers bake fresh cookies and other sweet treats. They also brew the coffee with the best quality that they can offer. The terrace locating next to the cafe also displays wonderful surroundings of the Ongdalsam.
The spa is located inside of the Green House, which is an accommodation of Ongdalsam. The spa in the Ongdalsam is designed as a place for daily meditation. It is a place for a calm bathing experience with beautiful scenery outside. There is a sauna, with warm and cold baths inside of the spa.
The Meditation Hall is one of the major buildings in the Ongdalsam. The basement is used as a dormitory while the first and second floor is designed for various activities. The building can hold three hundred people for group meditation, recreation, or school events.
There are a variety of spaces to use for school activities in the Ongdalsam. Polaris Star is a building for group accommodation and other activities like meditation. White Sky House is also a place for group meditation, but it can be used for other various activities for students.
201-61, Useong 1-gil, Noeun-myeon, Chungju-si,
Chungcheongbuk-do, Republic of Korea