In the midst of Korea’s quiet, peaceful and humid summer when the smell of a fresh breeze cheers everyone up, the thought of Boryeong comes into mind. Boryeong, commonly known as Daecheon, is a calm city in the South Chungcheong Province of South Korea. Boryeong is at the south west coast of the Korean peninsula is an interesting getaway for a short while coupled with numerous islands which are well connected by ferries to the Daecheon Port. A stroll through the lanes of this city will provide a glimpse of the serene lifestyle led by the elderly Korean citizens. The seafood at this place is another delightful attraction coming from the pure and clean water of the ocean. The city's beach-mud is widely touted for its cosmetic properties. The mud found at the Boryeong beach are taken into from the Boryeong mud flats to the Daecheon beach area which amounts to a lot of medicinal and beauty benefits rich in ingredients good for human skin. Usually during the month of July the famous mud festival takes place which is attended by the many foreigners living and visiting Korea. This festival becomes very interesting as it includes lots of playful activities like mud skiing competition, mud slides and mud pool. Boryeong’s visit stays incomplete without the visit to the various health and beauty clinics mud massages and treatments along with a visit to the small market along the seafront selling varied cosmetics made of the boryeong mud. A tour along the Boryeong beach could be concluded beautifully further by extending to the Daecheon beach, Nampo Seawall followed by Jukdo tourist area and Yongdu beach.