This is a popular spot on the west coast, a couple of hours drive south from Seoul. The water is clear and when the tide has gone you can easily walk to the two small islands you can see in the background.
Unfortunately the tide was already on its way in when we arrived, so we were advised not to try to wade over to them as the water quickly gets deep.
This is my favorite panorama of the year. Mainly because I managed to catch the splash of the stone as it was thrown...
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