Ock Jungho recently played on a mud flat. He did yoga and photographed himself doing yoga in the tidal flat of Ganghwa Island. What he did on a mud flat, yoga, was a playing. There's no other meaning than entertaining himself. It doesn't really matter if it is a satire on society, non-satire, a metaphor, a symbol nor even nothing. There are many ways for interpret about it, but the closest and the most literal one may be a playing on a mud flat or in-the-mud as he expressed. He said that he suddenly hit on the idea of doing yoga on a mud flat while drinking with his friend in the daytime. The mud flat isn't simple mud. It's like a pit sinking into gradually. If one stands on a mud flat, it feels like being landed on a hard ground at first, then the feeling changes as sinking into the sand. There's such sense of that a feet gets stuck in there. In fact, it's all depends on how much water or the sea covers an area of flat muddy land.