Moon In-Hwan's pictures, generally, Mud-flats are Unrealistic Landscape to meet with Realities. The landscape of mud flat has little change in composition, especially in the natural landscape, and It is even monotonous. Like this, nature is apparently perceived as consistent look to the point that its change is almost invisible, and its change generally occurs behind its back. Land of silence in Moon's pictures is the one that consoles, embraces and heals hurt caused from those words. That land(mud-flat) represents tolerance of nature without discrimination or division, and it spreads out far away to the point where man can't reach, unsentimentally and unemotionally. healing comes from these unsentimental and unemotional senses. The Artist restores the original form of nature through this monotonous composition.