Gov. Norm Bangerter greets Jetty'lynn Griffey, mother of Army Capt. Robert S. Griffey, stationed in South Korea. She and 19 other relatives of 10 Utah military personnel stationed in that country are leaving Monday to visit their kin, as guests of the Korean province Kyonggi. The province is Utah's sister state in South Korea. In their meeting at the Capitol Friday, Bangerter told the group of his visits to that country - the first in 1953, as a young soldier. The relatives expressed their gratitude for the invitation to go overseas. The governor had them carry a present to his counterpart in the sister province, Gov. Lee Jaichang. It is a silver plate with the Utah state emblem in the center.