Mud intead of Gulal

Mud intead of Gulal

Mud intead of Gulal

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South Korea seems to have its own kind of Holi! For 2 weeks in July thousands flock from around the Korean peninsula to Boryeong, a small, sleepy town.

Mud pits, mud fountains, mud pools, mud massage zones and even a mud prison, all of which are guaranteed to have you looking like a mud monster by the day’s end. Boryeong mud is high in minerals, especially germanium and bentonite, and it emits large amounts of far-infrared rays, which are particularly beneficial for the skin.

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