As the months are ticking away and we’ve found ourselves with only 4 more to go, we decided to try and explore more of what Korea has to offer. So in the past 3 weeks we have gone to the Andong MaskDance Festival, I went to the Jinju Lantern Festival, and we went to see a German rendition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream ballet. There were some busts – like the lack of actual masks, or maskdances at the MaskDance Festival, and sleeping in a crowded jimjilbang for the first time. But the bright lights of Jinju and a night of amazing, inexpensive theater reminded me Korea has much to offer if you dig a little deeper.
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So I know we haven’t posted anything in a week or so, guess we’ve just been feeling lazy. And I am going to be even more lazy right now by instead of writing a blog post myself, directing you to a friend’s blog who has written about our lovely day at the jimjilbang, and stealing others’ photos from our day in the park.
Check out a post about our girls day in a jimjilbang (spa) by Suseong Lake.
Here are some pictures of Children’s Day. We had a day off from work and spent it in a park playing frisbee, drinking, eating, listening to other talented EPIKers play music, and doing a whole lot of nothing. Beautiful day.
We will return to regular blog posts shortly. 🙂