Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. A holiday here today, so I am using the time for final exam prep, and packing for home. D-Day is June 21st, and I am more than a little excited. Today, I want to take you on a little tour of some of my more colorful experiences here in Korea.
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Everyday in the heart of Seoul’s downtown you can experience a re-enactment of the “Changing of the Guard”. Lots of rich color, and a perfect introduction to Korean traditional “court” attire.
(Love the yellow!)
The rich, traditional red…
“Ladies in pink”
Andong Mask Festival 2012
An awesome light and dance show…
Traditional Russian dancers at the World Dance Festival in Choenan, Korea. The costumes and the energy of this dance troupe had the crowd cheering for more!
Celebrating Buddha’s birthday dressed in color…
Finally, the intricately designed and painted dragons that can be found in many of Korea’s Buddhist temples…
(Bongwonsa Temple, Seoul)
The Year of the Dragon…Seoul Lantern Festival 2012
Protecting the Nun’s Temple, Daejeon
You can see traditional costumes and dance at any of the festivals happening around the country. You might even have the opportunity have your photo taken in one! Check out the schedule of Korean festivals.
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