Let’s go Oido

[Travel in March / April 2019]

I was going through my photo albums to realise, I have yet share about our simple fun Oido day trip in March!

The main purpose of this trip is to have fun doing Clam Digging (in the mud during low tide)

We headed to Oido Broadwalk! ๐Ÿ™‚
we called this aunty pose! haha – cos my mum and her friends always pose like this during their holiday! haha!

But, when we reached, we realised the weather condition is not available for our mud-clam-digging session. We found ourselves a new activity!

so many seagulls!
Our activity: Feed the seagull activity! haha!
Tree Of Life Observatory Deck.
The Red Lighthouse (๋นจ๊ฐ„๋“ฑ๋Œ€)
The city view!


When you are at Oido Boardwalk, you had to have local speciality – Raw Fish / Grilled Clams / Clamshell Noodle Soup. We randomly walked one, and we had a great time having so much good food together! ๐Ÿ™‚

Side dish!
Look at this!!!!! OMGGGG!!!
I always love seafood pancakes!
look how crispy the edges was! Yums!!!!
These came as surprise because, its one of the side dish!!!
Raw Abalone!!!!!!!!!
Raw Sea Cucumber!!!!
Ok. I have no idea what is this, anyone can tell me? haha!
glutinous rice
sea pineapple, yes it is really call sea pineapple!!! haha
If you come to Korea, you had to try the live octopus for at least once!
Kimchi Pancake!
Saba Fish!
Raw Fish! Yums!!!!
Salted Prawn!
Such a big pot!
Look at this!
and ended with clam soup noodle!
table mess, but happy!
We went to the restaurant upstair!

Direction to Oido Boardwalk / Iconic Oido Lighthouse

You may take subway all the way to Oido Station. It takes about 1 hour 30 minutes.

From Oido Exit 1/2, you can take a Bus 30-2 to Oido Boardwalk (alight at Oido Ocean Complex stop). It takes about 20 minutes ride.

Oido Boardwalk / Iconic Oido Lighthouse

Address: 175, Oido-ro | Jeongwang-dong, Siheung, Gyeonggi-do 15015, South Korea

Overall Rating: 8/10
My Recommendations: Enjoy the beachwalk and a meal nearby!

Will I come back?ย Yes! Definitely!


  • If you wish to do the clam digging, make sure is a low tide period.
  • You can also buy a pack of prawn crackers (like what we did) to have a feeding seagull experience

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