Oido Village is an island located at the very southwest of Siheung-si
and surrounded by the sea so that you can enjoy the smell of the
sea during high tide and the life of the sea creatures during low
At Oido Village, visitors can enjoy various sea foods including
fresh naturally-grown raw fish and baked clams and view a typical
Korean fishing village.
Geographically, Oido Village is close to the Metropolitan Area
and can be easily reached because Subway Line 4 of the Seoul Metropolitan
Area, Wolgot I.C., and eight lines of Local Road 84 pass through
the village. And as a prehistoric site, Oido Paechong (a shell mound)
became known, and many tourists continuously visit the village.
Upon the completion of Mulwang Art Festival held at Okgu Park, Oido
Fishing Village Experience Center, and Paechong and Prehistoric
Remains Park, it is expected that the village will become a popular
tourist’s attraction on the West Sea coast, which is a harmonious
medley of prehistoric remains and a maritime life.