MUNGYEONG, May 12 (Korea Bizwire) — The 2015 Mungyeong Traditional Chasabal (Tea Bowl) Festival ended with more than 230,000 total visitors on May 10th.
This chinaware festival, for 10 days, saw an increase in the number of visitors compared to the number last year.
The festival committee introduced more intriguing programs this year, such as an experience program where 10 visitors per day could experience everything a traditional pottery maker does for one day of making tea bowls.
Participants could make their own chinaware by fashioning tea bowls from clay that they gathered on their own.
The committee also presented night time activities at a district famous for its hot springs near the festival.
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