Boryeong Mud Festival: Booze, Bikinis and Dirty
 
       
 

Boryeong City has found a fortune in filth.

Boryeong City has found a fortune in filth.
The South Korean town of 100,000 residents welcomes 2 million visitors this week – all of them coming just to roll around in 200 tons of mud.

 

 
 
Indeed, the Boryeong Mud Festival, now in its 11th year, has developed a life of its own. It’s something like spring break in Daytona Beach, combined with Woodstock and Mardi Gras –- with mud dancing, mud wrestling, and lots of dirty fun.
 
     
   
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