First we got dressed up in traditional Korean robes and posed for some photos. Not only our photos, mind you. People were just coming up to us and posing with us for their own photos! It was pretty funny.
Next we kept walking past the "sit quietly and mediate for 3 minutes" tent and went to the origami tent to make some flowers.
Further down the line they had Korean music, dance, and some sort of ceremony where women poured water on a statue of Buddha.
After that we got our hands "treated" with hot ash from an acupuncture tent , saw how to make paper lanterns, and visited the crowded Jogyesa Temple.
It was a fantastic celebration and so much fun to be able to try all of the things that were offered. Thanks, Buddha!
|Photo-op Wearing traditional wedding dresses|