Training in Korea?

Don't know if anyone can help me, but I am having a hell of a time finding a dojo in Ansan, Korea, where I will be living soon. Anyone happen to live in Ansan or know what's available there? Is there a website listing schools (I am new to judo and have no idea of the governing bodies...IJF?).

I know there are many gyms in Seoul, but it's a bit out of the way. Thanks.

when you get there, ask around for "yudo"... they dont have the letter J there. it is done by millions of people there.. it wont be hard to find.

they have the letter j, but the chinese character for flexible/soft is pronounced yu instead of ju.


Just to be safe, could you conjugate a few verbs for us first? (using the letter 'J')

Alot of classes are done under YMCA. That might be a place to start looking if you can find one.