If that isn't the best video you've seen all month, then clearly you're unqualified. I went to Jindo on Saturday, met Kelsey from Living Life Frame by Frame, wandered through town a little bit, then took a cab ride along the scenic route to Gagye Beach. Unfortunately it was too cold for my tastes, and there wasn't much going on that day. When we found a program we learned that most of the events, including the full walk, were actually scheduled for Sunday. I didn't stick around, and went back to Gwangju
On the big island a few hours before people could walk to the small one.
Old women enjoying themselves as visitors learn to play the Jindo Arirang.
People walking along the rocks as the tide goes out. The women in the second picture are collecting seaweed.
Cute Jindo puppies.
Here's a dog chained to the stage and fixed to a wagon, for some reason.
Jindo puppies shivering in the cold. They were selling for 500,000 won each.
Standing on Gagye Beach, looking out toward Haenam county.
If anyone else attended the festival, feel free to leave links to your galleries in the comments section. I'm still a little bothered that I made a combined four-and-a-half hour bus ride to Jindo to find that the festivities wouldn't take place until the next day, but, hey, at least next year people will be better informed.