The Nakdong River
The Nakdong River is the longest in South Korea. It snakes from the mid-west down to the Busan, the second largest in Korea.
The Yellow Sea? It’s more than a sea. When the tide recedes, it becomes the world’s largest tidal mudflats. This endless expanse may look like bland, brown goop. However, it facilitates an awe-inspiring display of endurance and perseverance.