Smiling Performer at the Korean Folk Village

A Korean performer smiles for the crowd at the Korean Folk Village - Yongin, South Korea.  To view my travel gallery from the Korean Folk Village click on the photo.

A Korean performer smiles for the crowd at the Korean Folk Village 한국 민속촌 – Yongin, South Korea.  Pungmul, translated as ‘farmers dance’ is one of the highlights of any visit to the Korean Folk Village.  The traditional Korean folk dancing is an elaborate display of acrobatics. To view my travel gallery from the Korean Folk Village 한국 민속촌 click on the photo.

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  • Juliann says:

    Good luck, Samuel. Your musings made me think about my early days living in Florida. Of course, everyone goes down there on vacation and thinks, “Wouldn’t it be great to live here?” But once they do, they find it’s not the vacation paradise that it was when they were simply visiting on vacation. Suddenly, living by the beach was not as glamorous when you had to get up, go to work, buy groceries, do housecleaning, etc.. I feel like that’s what you’re finding now; that traveling for pleasure is quite different from travel blogging for a living.

    I’m sure there’s a happy balance to be found. And once you find it, I hope you’ll share what it is. 🙂

  • Reminds me of a popular Koreanovela 😀

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