You mean to say that going to a Korean Festival is not on your bucket list? Then my bucket list (if I had one) definitely kicks your bucket list’s ass.
The best thing about going to a Korean Festival is a lot of Koreans, they are nice and friendly people who don’t mind a freeloader who showed up as a friend of a friend of a guest.
Any self-respecting Korean Festival starts off by singing Korean National Anthem followed the US National Anthem.
Korean War Veterans get a lot of respect at the event.
You’d think that reading Korean is hard…
…but you’d be wrong, I immediately knew what the 3rd prize was.
Another great thing about Korean Festivals is a combination of soccer, tennis and volleyball they play there.
For the entertainment Koreans enjoy making fun of the non-Koreans pretending to do martial arts.
I thought something was strange when whatever the martial arts people were screaming sounded a lot like “Jesus First” but then they proceeded to create cross formation and re-enact the Passion of the Christ.
This is the part after they crucified their instructor a.k.a. Jesus…
…so he can return from the dead.
Of course no one leaves hungry.
To recap: nice people, a show about Jesus and martial arts, good food and lots and lots of soap.
Now on to the next item on my list….