The site of the nationwide ‘Miracle on Moses’
Jebudo is not as big and colorful as any other island, but it is a fantasy island with a so-called “miracle of Moses” phenomenon in which sea water splits on both sides of the road twice a day.
In Jebu-do, split of the sea’s roads occur twice a day.
In addition, you can enjoy driving along the road in the middle of the mudflat, and enter the mudflat to catch crabs, conchs, and shells. Being in the Seoul metropolitan area, it is popular because it has good accessibility.
When you arrive at Jebu-do, a wide mudflat paradise is on the left and pensions and restaurants are on your right side.
It is a typical tourist island-like landscape. The land facing here is ‘Gungpyeong’. As you keep going thoughtlessly, you see a beach tent village. The tents were set up in the sand, and the mudflat that followed was offering an experience.
Many families and group tourists want to experience mudflats in earnest.
When the water comes in, the vast mudflats are hidden away and transformed into a pretty cool sea.
The water is shallow, so it’s perfect for water play. It has only about three to five hours a day to take a bath.
Despite the shallow depth of the water, the fine sand beach lasts about 1 kilometer. The 5.3-kilometer coastline is gaining popularity among beachgoers. During the ebb tide the east coast connects to the land through the tideland.
Recently, coastal walking trails have been developed, making it relatively easy to see the beautiful West Sea far away. There are also tent villages and amusement parks.
It’s biggest attraction is the rock that has now become the symbol of the island.
At the end of the sandy plain on the southern coast, Candle Rock(the three brothers rock) stand tall and form a spectacular view. This rock is a combination of large and small rocks, and reminds us of a man’s side face.
The scene where the red sun goes over the rocks creates a fantastic view and the mudflats around the rocks are covered with natural oyster, making it a fun place to pick.