Ladies up to all the same ole tricks. However, these days she's enjoying 'real food' as opposed to packaged dog food and suffering the effects of air pollution. Nonetheless, the Lady is full of joy and cuddles.
In other news...
Korea Hot Springs Festival begins tomorrow May 9th and will continue on through the weekend. The website doesn't provide any English information, but enough clicking and exploring and you're sure to discover the map which will lead you to a relaxing evening in Yuseong-gu and/or simply explain why there's fireworks filling the sky later this week.
If you're not so interested in Korea's festivals, there's a few shows coming through Daejeon you may be interested in checking out.
The Daejeon Culture and Arts Center will host a performance of Swan Lake on the 24th and 25th of May. Prices range from 10,000 - 20,000 won, so definitely an affordable way to feel a bit more cultured.
If you're only a half fan of ballet but find you have a deeper and greater interest in Korea's impressive crew of B-boys you have an opportunity to catch the infamous B-Boy and a Ballerina performance at CMB Expo Art Hall. Tickets for this show are a bit more pricey ranging from 50,000-60,000 but friends of the Harrington's went last year and quite enjoyed the show.
Not convinced it's worth the cash? Check out the following clip and be amazed!
If you've been with the Harrington's long, perhaps you remember their love of Trick Art as experienced in both Seoul and Daejeon. Well get excited Daejeonites because Trick Art is back with all new photos to get into and enjoy! Located at expo park the exhibit looks to be setting up shop in Daejeon until August 19th, 2012. Between 10 am and 7pm exhibit goers can expect to pay 12,000 won for a few hours of photo snapping fun! For more information (in Korean) check out this website.
Looking for a new restaurant to try, enjoy 'treasure' hunting or simply curious about the location of a great park or two now that spring has sprung? This map will become your greatest treasure.