Yeosu, South Korea
Low tide reveals an ocean bridge to an island full of art.
Statues and works of art are scattered all around the island.
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When the tide is low, the Jinseom Bridge emerges from the waters off the coast of Yeosu to lead visitors to a tiny island. Public murals, statues, and other works of art decorate the space, which also has a small café. Just be sure to keep an eye on the ocean levels to ensure that your route back to the mainland is clear.
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High tides fully submerge the bridge twice a day. The island is free to visit and open to the public.
March 9, 2023
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