SULAWESI, Indonesia -- My eyebrows barely had time to fall back to their normal position when I asked an excitable local to repeat himself. “I ate bats with Bill Bailey!” he repeated, referring, presumably, to the British comedian. But how? Why?
Allow me to rewind the story a bit.
BUSAN, South Korea -- The City of Busan has announced that it will include an exhibit dedicated to the ‘Sanbokdoro (Hillside Road) Project’ at ARTSHOW Busan 2014, which will be held from April 18 - 21 at BEXCO.
As part of the Art Band Program which introduces various art activities into local communities, the exhibit will feature photos, videos and installations displaying the value of the Sanbokdoro as a tourist resource.
Various artists who have been involved with the program as well as the Sanbokdoro project, including - Jung Man-young, Kim Hong-hee, Heo Byung-chan, Song Sung-jin, Moon, Jin-woo, Kim E-seul and Byun Jae-kyu will display their artwork.
BUSAN, South Korea -- Mid-April is here with a host of events lined up for this weekend, though due to the events that transpired in Jindo, some events may be canceled or postponed. Our thoughts and prayers are also with the families and victims of those affected by the tragedy.
This weekend is highlighted by the TEDx Youth event taking place at the Busan International Foreign School in Gijang with a great line-up of speakers take the stage for the first-of-its-kind event in the city. The ever-popular Mamma Mia also hits town for a 10-day run with a foreign cast which is a great chance to check out a musical if it's something you've been missing from home. Some other great local music, comedy and sports are also on tap, so head on out and enjoy the weekend.
You can check out the Haps Calendar for everything going on around the area. Enjoy!