Semi-recently, Lady enjoyed a 10k walk-a-thon after being kicked out of O World's Flower Land. She is constantly receiving the attention of all who are in her presence although she'd just as rather be sniffing trees and scavenging for food bits than have people admire her for her strength and courage at only 3.5 legs.
In other news, there is never a lack of things to do on the Peninsula and with the warmer weather, why not get out of Daejeon and check out some of the upcoming events throughout May and the Summer months?
One of Korea's biggest spring events is going to be the Expo 2012 in Yeosu. If you're interested in going, but don't know if you want to spend cash to get a ticket, check out Korea Tourism Organization's Contest and get a shot at winning FREE Tickets! Or, head to the main website and simply purchase tickets.
Expos are uninteresting, eh? Why not head to Seoul, May 31st - July 31st, and enjoy the Broadway Hit
Wicked, tickets range from 50,000 and 160,000, navigate your own tickets here or contact SunnySmartShopping for assistance.
Folks interested in weekend long music festivals and camping probably already know about Korea's Jisan Valley Rock Festival (July 27-29, 225,000) and Rainbow Island featuring Jason Mraz (June 9-10, 132,000), but if you somehow missed out on the information, check out the links and prepare for a weekend of fun and rock-and-roll!
Wanting to keep things closer to home in Daejeon?
If you opted out of viewing JUMP but are still interested in a non-verbal show, check out Nanta which will be showing in Daejeon the same weekend as JUMP. (20,000-50,000)
Want something less Korean culture-esque? Perhaps a pianist with a splendid voice that has appeared on a variety of popular TV series such as How I Met Your Mother, Nip/Tuck, One Tree Hill, and The O.C. then perhaps you should drop the 77,000-88,000 to see Rachel Yamagata live in Daejeon.
A possible preview of what you will experience: