This is the sign built into the front of the Gyeongbok Palace sculpture that comprises the main gate of the festival.
Here's a view of the giant Gyeongbok Palace gate/sculpture from the other side. This sculpture's name is 경복궁의 동문 건춘문 (Gyeongbokgungeui Dongmun Geonchunmun). For those of you who aren't aware, Gyeongbokgung is a palace in Seoul (the same one my class went to to make masks in Level 5, see earlier post).
Ice Sculpture #2 -- 수막새의 미소 (Sumaksaeeui Miso)
A 수막새 (sumaksae) is roofing tile, so this means "Smile of a Roofing Tile."
Ice Sculpture #3 -- 하회탈 (Hahoetal)
Hahoe is a town in Andong. It's famous for its variety of masks. Hahoetal literally translates to "Mask of Hahoe."
Ice Sculpture #4 -- 승무 (Seungmu)
"Seungmu" depicts a female Buddhist monk who is dancing.
Ice Sculpture #5 -- 흥 (興, Heung)
Heung can be translated to "Fun."
Ice Sculpture #6 -- 장승과 새해소망 얼음탑쌓기 (Jangseunggwa Saehaesomang Eoreumtapssaki)
This is a tough one to translate. I'll try a shot at it. I think it translates to "Jangseung and the New Year's Wishes Ice Tower Pileup."
Ice Sculpture #7 -- 승무 (Seungmu, the second one in the set)
Ice Sculpture #8 -- 지금처갓집 (Jigeumgcheogatjip)
Ice Sculpture #9 -- 석가탑 (Seokgatap)
Seokgatap is a pagoda in Gyeongju, which is a part of Bulguksa Temple, along with Dabotap.
Ice Sculpture #10 -- 다보탑 (Dabotap)
Dabotap is Seokgatap's counterpart, also found in Bulguksa in Gyeongju.
Me in Front of Seokgatap
Who was the cameraman? That's for me to know!