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International Pillow Fight Day in Busan (plus Beer @ Wolfhound)

 

Do you find yourself staring at pillows for extended periods of time? Do you like beating up random strangers on the street? Do you like drinking beer and other forms of alcohol? Well then you are in the right place. 

Join Busan as we partake in International Pillow Fight Day on Sunday March 24th at Haeundae beach, that big open space at the end of the street leading from the station. The fight starts promptly at noon and will go for as long as people feel the need to beat the crap out of each other. Afterwards we’ll head to the Wolfhound for some celebratory brews. What are we celebrating exactly? Freedom and America also…

Wayne and I share a birthday so come out a buy me a drink (or Wayne a free one).

 

 

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