Be ready for some pictures today, folks! On Monday, we went with our friends, John, Amanda, and their son, Caden to the Korean Folk Village. There is a variety of things there, as you'll see...
Adeline had a BLAST walking EVERYWHERE, playing in the dirt, climbing rocks, and making friends (that'll be another post).
We watched several shows. This was an equestrian show. They did a lot of fun stunts using the horses.
The tightrope walking show. This guy must have been funny because there were several times when he had the crowd laughing, but alas, none of us speak Korean.
The first show we saw was of traditional Korean dance. There was a drum band playing, and these dancers used long ribbons tied to their hats as part of the choreography. The best part was when they did these leaps in a circle. I'm not sure how they didn't land on their heads.
We spent some time looking through one of the museums, but I didn't take pictures there. You can click on Amanda's blog to see more pictures if you like.
At the end of the day, we found the amusement park section. Unlike everywhere else in Korea, there were not many people there, and they turned on some of the rides just for us. Adeline got to take her first ride on a carousel.
Here are some of the family shots we took...