May your day be filled with rice cakes and grilled meat.
After the culinary excess of the three day harvest festival why not feed your brain this weekend with two extraordinary theatrical opportunities.
The Fifth Theatre Olympics in Seoul is running at the moment and there are some incredible theatre companies performing.
First off for Beckett fans there's Krapp's Last Tape. Directed and performed by Robert Wilson (Texas' own avant-garde genius) this 60 minute one man show is not to be missed. Wilson hasn't performed for ten years and this is your first chance to see him strut his stuff in Seoul.
The shows are on Friday 24th September at 8.00 pm and Saturday 25th September at 3.00 pm and 8.00 pm. The performance is in English. Tickets range from 20,000 won to 70,000 won, but if you're a foreigner then you get a 20% discount.
Secondly the master of all things butoh, Suzuki Tadashi, will be showing off his greek side with performances of Dionysus. It may be in Japanese, but this hour long physical theatre production should transcend language and take you into the bizarre world of Suzuki.
The shows are on Saturday 25th September at 7.00 pm and Sunday 26th Spetember at 3.00 pm and 7.00 pm. Tickets range from 10,000 won to 30,000 won.
I've already booked my tickets for Beckett and will be trying to get my hands on seats for Dionysus. If you have any interest in the performing arts then I suggest you do the same and enjoy the chance to see some of the best theatre that the world has to offer.