|After the show it turns into a free-for-all|
The fountain plays music and squirts water in time with the tune, while also providing a light show. What more could a human being want!? The most entertaining thing since sliced bread was on X-Factor.
I have to add that if you thought The YMCA was a big gay anthem before, then hearing it while watching a syncronised, rainbow-coloured fountain makes the original performance look as straight as...well ok, not straight, but it's twice as camp in fountain-form, trust me. Anyway, I think during my family's visit to Busan, both fountains ranked very high on James' highlights list.
|55m High Stream|
|There was bamboo.|
|And more bamboo.|
|There was a fake panda and bamboo!|
|Butterfly (no bamboo)|
All in all Damyang was a decent adventure and it was nice to tick another Korean city off our to-do list - the Korean city being Gwangju, where we stayed the night and visited the lovely bus station, which is basically all we saw. That and a giant lotus flower.
You're forgetting the best bit! The 5 of us (me, Dave, Mum, Dad and James) all stayed in a Love Motel! We crammed into one room, where we slept on the floor, accidently stumbled upon numerous porn channels, and slept under the red glow of the spot-lights in the ceiling. What a lovely family trip it was :)