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Painted women, Supreme Team and corndogs: A look at the 2010 Daegu International Bodypainting Festival (video)

Our first weekend in Daegu and we stumbled upon an International Bodypainting Festival! We enjoyed corn dogs, beer, lots of singing and dancing, the Supreme Team hip-hop duo and beautifully-bodypainted women (and a few men) — a great festival on all counts!

If you’re interested in other coverage or photos from the event, check out Life‘s photo gallery, the Palm Beach Post‘s gallery and Korea blog, Chris in South Korea.

Here’s a brief look at the event:

2 thoughts on “Painted women, Supreme Team and corndogs: A look at the 2010 Daegu International Bodypainting Festival (video)”

  1. Bazti says:

    – I was just thinking this suebjct this morning our fears basically. Whatever we are most afraid of is what we need to face the most. When we intentionally avoid something, regardless of the reason, we are actually giving it even more of our attention and energy attention and energy that can be used for something more productive and positive. Avoiding something simply keeps us hijacked by that thing. We hold the keys to our own emotional freedom!I also was thinking about how facing things from our past keep not only us from emotional hijacking ourselves but from others using emotional blackmail, (or any other kind of blackmail). If we face it, get it over with, we keep our power; we get stronger and wiser.

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