Exit the Demon

Exit the Demon

A Korean girl climbs free of the fangs of the mud monster (actually a bouncy castle), Boryeong Mud Festival, South Korea.

My second trip to the Mud Festival in Boryeong, South Korea....

My second trip to the Mud Festival in Boryeong, South Korea. Can’t believe that my first trip was three years ago. This trip was significantly different.

We all deserve a ‘Spring Break’, yes even you. *Mud Festival*

Mudfest – Boryeong’s Dacheon Beach


Mudfest in Boryeong, South Korea

(The Mudfest is in JULY this year from 07.14.2012 ~ 07.24.2012)

The Boryeong Mud Festival is one of the things that most people know South Korea for. “Isn’t there some crazy festival where everyone is covered in mud?” Well, yes, and it’s awesome.

Mud Fest after the mud

Mud Fest Fireworks

Mud Fest 2011

Mud Fest 2011

The first weekend of the mud festival in Boryeong.

Destination: A tour of Boryeong (Chungcheongnam-do)

Korea’s 7 “Can’t Miss” Festivals

Photos and story by Ed Provencher

Skip it or day-trip it? Korea’s festivals are numerous, but how do you know which ones are worth going to? Travel blogger Ed Provencher makes it easy for us.

Boryeong Mud Festival Sauna Accommodations

Well, my search has revealed only one sauna (no jjimjilbang) in the area of Daecheon Beach. Haesu Sauna is very near the main beach entrance but has little information listed anywhere on the internet. From the map, it looks to be a big building but I'm not sure if there are any sleeping rooms available there.

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