The End of Summer Bash - Prologue


Only one weekend left before school starts, August its been non stop sun, rain and such a bitter- sweet month for me. So fun seekers, you still have the last long weekend to let loose and enjoy it to the max.
What better way to scorching heat  and salute a wonderful summer than at End of Summer Splash Party!??





Gapyeong 가평
Located at the center of Korean peninsula and bordered by highest point of Gwangju Mountain Range, and encompassing small and large summits at 700-800m above sea level, rivers, and lake make this area display its magnificent view.  Cheongpyeong lake, which connected with Bukhangang riverside is an incomparably beautiful scene in gapyeong. This lake previously designated for a preserved body of water and since 1984 was opened to the public.
Cheongpyeong lake is the most popular location for water sports among locals. Here you can tried blob jump, flying fish, pangpang, water-ski, jet-ski, knee- board and more. Its easily accessed from Seoul and you also can enjoy the night in pensions by the lakeside. 


Transportation
From  Gapyeong Intercity Bus Terminal, you can take a Gapyeong Attractions Circle Bus (Gapyeong City Tour Bus), which brings you to various famous spots; the ticket will cost around 5000 krw for adult and 3000 krw for student and children. 

Gapyeong Terminal (가평터미널) ;; Gapyeong Station (가평역) Jaraseom Island [Ehwawon Garden/Camp Ground] (자라섬) ; Gapyeong Railbike (가평레일바이크) ; Nami Island (남이섬) ; Geumdae-ri Hall (금대리회관) ; Bokjang-ri Samgeori (Three Way Intersection) (복장삼거리); Petite France (쁘띠프랑스) ; Cheongpyeong Terminal (청평터미널); Cheongpeyong Station (청평역) ;Imcheogyo Bridge (임처교 ); The Garden of Morning Calm (아침고요수목원)


Recommended Itinerary

I'll post about my travel review to Gapyeong soon, so stay tuned!

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