Monday, June 27, 2016

South Korea's Boryeong Mud Festival starts this July

One of the most popular summer festivals of South Korea - The Boryeong Mud Festival - will be held on the west coast at Daecheon Beach in Boryeong. The festival will begin on July 15 for 10 days at the Daecheon Beach Mud Plaza. The Boryeong mud, which is rich in mineral component is collected from the yellow sea. Apparently, the mud has elements that prevents skin aging!

Every year, this festival attracts youth from different parts of the world.  The side events like mud bath games, mud wrestling, swimming in the mud mega tub and the vibrant music nights offers the visitors to have fun. 

Visitors feeling particularly energetic can try the marine mud-training course, whilst those looking for something more chilled can relax in the mud massage zone. In the evening, music and fireworks continue the party on the beach.
The admission tickets to experience zone range from Rs 450 to Rs 600 approximately. The Festival is open to all from 10am till 6pm at the Daecheon Beach and Downtown area. The beach is easily commutable through train and intercity buses or car from Seoul. 

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