Some kind of normal-looking, fried, sugary goodness :)
Ddeokbokki (or Tteokbokki) is little rice cakes in spicy sauce.
I've seen these little shells on beaches in the States. I have NO idea how they're eaten and I don't know enough Korean to be able to ask!
This is Beondegi - boiled silkworm pupas (silkworms at the stage between larvae and adult). It smells disgusting but my Korean students swear that it's delicious.
Yeah, thought you might want to see a close-up of these guys :)
adventurous crazy person I am, I had to try one! When else will I ever get the chance to do this stuff in my life? Honestly, it tasted pretty bad - soft, juicy, and fishy/shrimpy-tasting. I'm glad that I tried it but I will never eat it again!
This booth was all about healthy eating. The big yellow blob on the left side of the picture is representative of 5 kilograms of body fat - yuck!
A demonstration on proper brushing technique at the dental health booth.
The breast health booth. I love how these women aren't shy about participating in the how-to demonstration!
Hey, that looks like...
Why yes, it's Condom Man! Sexual health is an important part of life.
There was also a free face painting booth! This little guy is getting a crab painted on his hand.
The friend I was with got a bracelet of cherry blossoms painted on her wrist.
"Wherever you go, go with all your heart."