The road one year appears twice in Korea

Every year, the sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea) will appear 2-3 times in a short period of time and disappear between the vast ocean.

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The sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea).
From March to June, thousands of people from all over the world will flock to South Korea's southern tip to join the Jindo Miracle Searoad Festival. This event is to celebrate the unique natural phenomenon. Accordingly, the sea surface of Jindo will split in half, revealing the road connecting the two islands. Legend has it that this road was created by the sea god. Photo: Korea Bizwire.
The sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea).
However, science proves that this phenomenon occurs due to the force of gravity. You can come here to admire this unique phenomenon from 2-3 times a year. At the festival, visitors will enjoy leisurely walks from Jindo Island to Modo, dig up clams and take virtual living photos. Photo: Lonely Planet.
The sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea).
This spectacle is known all over the world after Pierre Landy, the French ambassador, admired it in the 1970s. In a French newspaper, the messenger likened the road to the miracle of Moses, the figure separated the sea into 2 parts. So that the Jewish group could cross, then submerged the Egyptian soldiers in the ancient story. Photo: Rove.
The sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea).
Gravity affects the Earth causing tidal phenomena, increasing and decreasing sea level periodically. In addition, other factors including the Earth's rotation, the motion of the Earth and the Moon also contribute to the tide, creating different gravitational forces, leading to some unique phenomena. ... Photo: Ally, Around the World.
The sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea).
The road is nearly 3 km long, 40-60 m wide. Stone statues carved with tigers and women shapes placed on the coast are related to a folk tale. According to local legend, Jindo island used to be a tiger's residence. When this ferocious animal began to threaten the local villages, the townspeople had no choice but to flee to Modo Island. However, a woman named Bbyong was accidentally left behind. Photo: Twitter.
The sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea).
The sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea).
The sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea).
The sea road connecting Jindo and Modo islands (South Korea).
Looking forward to being with her loved ones, she prayed day after day with Yongwang, the god of the ocean. In the end, the god told her in the dream that the rainbow would appear on the sea so she could leave the island. Bbyong woke up the next morning and found that the sea had split, a rainbow path led her to the island where the family was waiting for her. Photo: Choi_solip emza94.

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