Ask Jesuit Father LEE Huyn June, SJ about the defining characteristic of the youth apostolate in Korea and he'll tell you that he deals with young adults who are always "super busy". Either they are full-time students, dealing with the pressure for unreasonably high academic results that is endemic in North Asian countries, or they are juggling their responsibilities between studies and a job that can provide a living wage. As the Seoul-based animator for Magis-Korea in Seoul, Fr. LEE sees clear evidence that religion and spirituality, while important to young adults, are usually not at the forefront of their daily concerns. Yet, Huyn June insists, young people are thirsty and hungry for something other than a frenetic life till death.