|Jaraseom Island (자라섬)|
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|Located in Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do Province, Jaraseom Island is an island formed on the Bukhangang River as a result of the construction of the Cheongpyeong Dam in 1943. It is approximately 800 meters from Namiseom Island, as the crow flies. The name ‘Jaraseom’ comes from the fact that it faces a hill that resembles a Jara (Korean word for soft-shelled turtle). Jaraseom consists of four islands called Dongdo, Seodo, Jungdo, and Namdo, and has various leisure and park facilities. Visitors can find a car camping site and the filming location of the popular TV drama series 'Iris' on Seodo (west island), and an eco-cultural park with a grass plaza of over 100 meters in diameter on Jungdo (central island). There is also an ecosystem theme park called Ehwawon Garden at the westernmost tip of the Jaraseom Campground. A popular camping spot, Jaraseom Island is also widely known as the venue of the annual Jaraseom International Jazz Festival.|
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|Public parking lot available|
|car camping site, Eco & Culture Park, 'Iris' filming location, ecosystem theme park, etc.|
From Sangbong Station (Seoul Subway Line 7 or Jungang Line).
Transfer to Subway Gyeongchun Line and get off at Gapyeong Station.
Jaraseom Island is located a 15-minute walk from the station.
From Sangbong Bus Termial or Dong Seoul Bus Terminal.
Take an intercity bus to Gapyeong Terminal.
Jaraseom Island is located a 15-minute walk from the terminal.