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Jindo Miracle Sea Festival
Two to three times each year, a narrow, 2.9-kilometer path opens in the Jindo Sea at the southern tip of the Korean peninsula. The natural phenomenon, caused by the tides, is celebrated yearly at the Jindo Sea-Parting Festival, an event that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors. People dance, sing, collect shellfish and other sea creatures exposed by the low tide, while others cross the land bridge between Jindo Island and Modo Island.