|Daebudo Island (대부도)|
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|Called the Hawaii of Ansan, Daebudo was an island before it became a part of mainland through the construction of Sihwa Embankment. Still,
Daebudo retains the ambiance of an island. The road to Daebudo, which connects many islands, offers a unique drive. Particularly interesting is the clustering of Yukdo (six islands): Tando (island of black stones), Buldo (island where there was a Buddha), Seongamdo (island where wizards came and played), and the three other islands. Pungdo Island residents move to the nearby Dorido Island to pick oysters and short-necked clams in the winter and return to Pungdo before New Year.
The shores of Daebudo are full of clams, sea snails, goby, flounder, black rockfish and belly greenling. The Daebudo area is also famous for its local specialties: short-necked clams and oysters on Yukdo, fermented turban shells and natural dunggeulle tea on Pungdo, and bajirak kalguksu (noodle with short-necked clams) on Daebudo.
|Oido Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 2.
Cross the road outside the station, and take Bus 790 to Bukdong 3-way Intersection (북동3거리정류장).