"Hundreds of thousands of locals and foreign tourists gather at the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula every year for the Jindo Sea-Parting Festival. The event, which this year started on Thursday and runs through Sunday, celebrates a natural phenomenon in which the Jindo Sea—the northern portion of the East China Sea—opens up just enough to reveal a 1.8-mile (2.9-kilometer) pathway connecting South Korea's Jindo Island to the nearby island of Modo."
Above information found here.
The city of Jindo is famous for it's many dog training centers and dog shows but also for its annual Miracle Sea Parting Festival. A chance to participate in a miracle (believed to be caused by tidal harmonics) is something I wasn't about to pass up so a couple friends and I loaded up on a bus early in the morning to make our way to the most Southwestern tip of Korea to join in sea parting along with a good old fashioned dog show.
My friend Mina even managed to spot a star fish along our miraculous walk. It must have been its lucky day because without her amazing eyesight the little fella probably would have been stepped on my the thousands of fellow sea walkers!