Masks! Music! Story-telling! Dancing! Andong! Yay!
I know it's a little mean to laugh at the English mistakes that happen all the time in Korea. But at the same time, it's really funny.
This was a solo dancer from Bhutain. He was really good, and it was one of the best things I saw that weekend.
The Korean ladies....
Preceded by the Korean men. Love the hats. I also wish I could play these drums! (I took a one-day salmunori class in Chuncheon, and it was a lot of fun.)
About fifteen seconds later the lion eats the tiger. It was very short dance, but I really enjoyed it.
This was an interesting dance too. If I remember correctly, it was about a Buddhist priest. Here he was bowing to all four sides of the stage, although I'm honestly not entirely sure why.
Ah, this one's up there with the English mistake. This is the jjimjilbang (sauna with common rooms you can sleep in for cheap) that we stayed in overnight. 25시 means 25-hours. As in, it's open 25-hour a day. Any weekend you can stay in a sauna that bends the space-time continuum is a good weekend in my book.