I’ve gone before, but the Hands of Harmony in Pohang was fun to see again. There is one hand in the ocean, and the other (palms facing) on the walkway. It’s at Homigot Sunrise Square (호미곶 해맞이광장) -and the only way to get there is to drive (preferably by GPS).
Maybe it’s only known amongst Koreans, but a nickname for Korea is “the sleeping tiger” because (1) Korea is quite ferocious and (2) the Korean peninsula is in the shape of a tiger. If the Korean peninsula is seen as a tiger shape, Homigot (호미곶), in Pohang is the tail. I share this tidbit with you because you’ll see the shape of the tiger decorating the walkway of the Homigot Sunrise Square.
If you visit, make time to visit the Homigot Lighthouse and Lighthouse Museum within walking distance!
Address: 228 Daebo-ri Homigot-myeon Nam-gu Pohang-si Gyeongsangbuk-do
경상북도 포항시 남구 호미곶면 호미곶면 대보리 228