There have been a lot of festivals lately, eh? A couple of weeks ago Gwangalli Beach hosted the Oedong festival. I saw signs for this festival throughout March but they didn't give any indication of what the festival involves.
People brought their dogs, of course. This one not only has wings, but also a teeny tiny little bow on its head.
This is the best example of a dyed dog I've seen, and it's wearing little booties!
It was a windy day and lots of people had kites. Somebody took this further.
This line of kites stretched far into the sky, and there was a box on the beach with many more that he didn't put up (the existing line of kites swooped down and interfered with the "Oedong Festival" sigh that was suspended with balloons over the water.)
The festival included booths with demonstrations of pulleys and basketmaking, and free samples of kimchi and makalli (Korean rice wine--it's really good.) There was also a dance representing a bullfight.
The brown bull won.