Waygook.org has undergone some changes. If you'd like to download the lesson plans posted you'll first need to log-in. This is to encourage more contributions and to discourage poaching from the hundreds of visitors who haven't registered and haven't shared. We are toying with the idea, upon my request, of instituting a policy that requires users to contribute a certain number of posts each year---whether lessons, feedback, local events, news---in order to retain their membership. This is, again, to discourage lurking and poaching, to make sure those who have contributed are getting feedback on their lessons, to allow users to see how these lessons work in a variety of settings, and to let those who have shared their lessons to get as much back as they've put in.
Waygook.org started as basically a messageboard for teachers in Jeollanam-do, but most of the original class of 2006 is gone. The site has grown to host hundreds of lesson plans made by public school teachers all over Korea. It has become a good resource, though I admit that we need to tinker with the layout and find ways to better organize everything.
The site, which I've helped moderate for the past three years, has been an albatros around my neck, but that's a rant I'm saving for another time. I'm glad the site has found broader appeal outside Jeollanam-do, and I hope these new changes will encourage more people to share their experiences and expertise.