Saturday, July 18, 2009


yesterday some coworkers and I went to daechon to mudfest. this is a festival dedicated to, you guessed it, mud. daechon is a coastal city with a really nice beach, which once a year sets up all kinds of muddy games and activities. there are pools of mud which you can submerge yourself in, mud painting stations, mud cannons, and a mudslides. the weather was warm, although a bit windy, so people wandered around in their swimsuits, caked in mud. once you were tired you then either went into rinsing areas or just jumped in the sea.

we all had a lot of fun, and despite the cloud cover, I got quite a bit of sun. on a side note, there was a stage there which had cover bands playing and hanging from the stage were two mccauley sound mla3 arrays (for those that don’t know, I worked for mccauley sound for the last six years). it seems you can run but you can’t hide!

1 comment:

  1. This sounds slightly amazing, and as much as I hate getting dirty, I would totally visit this, as well as the Tomatima in Bunol in Spain, a tomato-throwing massacre.

    I can't believe your company is haunting u in Korea. United States: you can run, but you can't hide. Yes.