Numerical modeling and field experiment have been conducted to predict the seabed change due to underwater sand mining in coastal waters of Korea. The macro-tidal Kyunggi Bay is approximately 20,000 km2, where underwater sand has been extracted approximately more than 20 million m3 annually. Suspended sediment (SS) transport in the water column and sea bed has been a critically important issue to many concerns. In this study, we present the numerical prediction of sediment transport processes such as SS dispersion and consequent change in sediment types in sea bottom. We use full 3-D model ROMS to implement the sediment dynamics by adopting the extensively observed field data associated with modeling inputs and model validation.