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|Of the numerous festivals in Korea, it is the Boryeong Mud Festival that probably attracts the largest number of international visitors. During the festival period, tourists flock to the area to experience the beneficial properties of the Boryeong mud, and also to have lots of fun. Fully immersed in the both the mud and the festival’s great atmosphere, visitors enjoy mud wrestling, mud sliding and even swimming in the mud mega tub. Visitors feeling particularly energetic can try the marine mud-training course, whilst those looking for something more chilled can relax in the mud massage zone. In the evening, music and fireworks continue the party on the beach.|
|Street parade, yacht parade, mud showroom, local specialties exhibition & sale, mud super slide, mud wrestling competition, mud marathon, mud painting, mud massage, etc.|
|Free or fee-based experience zone
[Fee-based Experience Zone]
Individuals: Adults 10,000 won / Teens 8,000 won
Groups: Adults 9,000 won
Family: 7,000 won
Free admission for seniors (aged 65 or older), infants (aged 3 or younger; must be accompanied by parents), the disabled with one guardian, and men of national merit. Present the relevant identification document/card.
Central City Bus Terminal, take an express bus to Boryeong (보령).
From Boryeong Bus Terminal, take a bus bound for Daecheon Beach. (10min intervals)
From Yongsan Station or Yeongdeungpo Station, take a train to Daecheon Station.
From Daecheon Station, take a local bus bound for Daecheon Beach.
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