Jindo Miracle Sea Road Festival

Jindo Miracle Sea Road Festival

Jindo Miracle Sea Road Festival
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Jaclyn A
Kingston, Canada74 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Couples
This was a fun festival to be a part of. We got to see sumo wrestling, local marching bands, colour war and ate some street food before grabbing snails for the shore. They said the tide was suppose to be low enough to cross at 530pm but by 7pm it still had not and it was dark and we had to get to our hotel in Busan. So sadly we didn't get to actually do the sea crossing 😢
Written April 26, 2023
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Christina S
Newport News, VA107 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Solo
Despite the fact that the sea road didn't appear fully, I had a great time! Our guides with Trazy (which I would recommend booking through) explained that because of the high winds, it blew waves right over the road. This made sense to me, because it was incredibly windy. So windy, in fact, some vendors ended up closing up their tents to avoid their goods being blown away.

Waiting for the road to appear, I spent some time clambering on the rocks near shore looking for shells. Many Koreans were foraging for abalone and seaweed, and the occasional octopus.

There was a reenactment of a traditional Korean funeral, which was interesting. There were tons of vendors and food tents, and an international area where you could get ethnic cuisines from around the world. I stuck with bibimbap and a bottle of soju.

A mentioned, the sea road didn't make a full appearance when I visited, but I was okay with that. I still got to participate in what is pretty much a once in a lifetime opportunity, and, hey, even the worst day at the beach is better than the best day at work, right? :)
Written May 31, 2018
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lvseouladventure
Wetherby, UK212 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Couples
Jindo is not only famous for its Jindo dogs, Jindo is also famous for its sea parting festival once a year around March or April time frame. It is practically a city national holiday for the locals here and they take it very seriously. Its great fun spending a day here to celebrate this natural phenomena so come out and see for yourself!
Written April 9, 2016
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Gregor T
4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
This year the magical sea road was not fully accessible, so we could not walk the full way. I think they miscalculated the date. The Festival was nice though
Written May 18, 2018
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