Jodo-myeon

Jodo Township
조도면
Township
Jodo-myeon
Korean transcription(s)
 • Hangul
 • Hanja
 • Revised Romanization Jodo-myeon
 • McCune–Reischauer Chodo-myŏn
Jodo Township is located in South Korea
Jodo Township
Jodo Township
Location of Jodo-myeon in South Korea
Coordinates: 34°17′47.6″N 126°02′51.0″E / 34.296556°N 126.047500°E / 34.296556; 126.047500Coordinates: 34°17′47.6″N 126°02′51.0″E / 34.296556°N 126.047500°E / 34.296556; 126.047500
Country South Korea
Province South Jeolla
County Jindo
Administrative divisions 23 ri
Area
 • Total 56.96 km2 (21.99 sq mi)
Population (2010)[1]
 • Total 3,293
 • Density 58/km2 (150/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+9 (Korea Standard Time)
Website jindo.go.kr
Administrative divisions of Jindo County

Jodo-myeon is a myeon (township) in Jindo County of South Jeolla Province, South Korea. The township office is in Changyu-ri on Hajodo (Hajo Island).

There are 154 islands (35 inhabited and 119 uninhabited islands) on the sea off Jodo-myeon. It is the thickest cluster of islands in Korea. Jodogundo or Jodo archipelagoes, the six archipelagoes of Jodo, include Gasa archipelago, Seongnam archipelago, Sangjo archipelago, Geocha archipelago, Gwanmae archipelago, and Hajo archipelago.[2]

Administrative divisions[]

Jodo-myeon is divided into 23 villages (ri).

Villages Hangul Hanja Islands
Gwanmaedo-ri 관매도리 觀梅島里 Gwanmaedo, Gakheuldo, Hangdo, Hyeongjedo
Donggeochado-ri 동거차도리 東巨次島里 Donggeochado, Mangdo, Byeongpungdo, Bukdo, Sangsongdo, Songdo, Hasongdo
Seogeochado-ri 서거차도리 西巨次島里 Seogeochado, Sanghajukdo, Hangdo
Sinyuk-ri 신육리 新陸里 Hajodo, Suyukdo
Changyu-ri 창유리 倉柳里 Hajodo
Daemado-ri 대마도리 大馬島里 Daemado, Geomado, Sogeomado, Naehangdo, Oehangdo, Sihado
Somado-ri 소마도리 小馬島里 Somado, Gyedo, Daebuljangdo
Gwansado-ri 관사도리 觀沙島里 Gwansado, Sanjado, Jokdo, Judo
Nabaedo-ri 나배도리 羅拜島里 Nabaedo, Sonabaedo
Maengseong-ri 맹성리 孟城里 Sangjodo, Chungdo
Yeomi-ri 여미리 礖尾里 Sangjodo, Gunamdo, Baegyado, Yugeumdo
Seongnamdo-ri 성남도리 城南島里 Seongnamdo, Soseongnamdo, Sanggaldo, Hagaldo
Jukhangdo-ri 죽항도리 竹項島里 Jukhangdo
Dokgeodo-ri 독거도리 獨巨島里 Dokgeodo, Dokgeogundo, Gudo, Byeondo, Seuldo, Soseuldo, Tanhangdo, Haenggeumdo
Cheongdeungdo-ri 청등도리 靑藤島里 Cheongdeungdo, Gokdudo, Songdo, Sinuido
Modo-ri 모도리 茅島里 Modo, Somodo
Maenggoldo-ri 맹골도리 孟骨島里 Maenggoldo, Maenggolgundo
Jinmokdo-ri 진목도리 進木島里 Jinmokdo, Galmokdo, Galdo, Bukdo
Okdo-ri 옥도리 玉島里 Okdo, Gwado, Siyado, Omido
Nurokdo-ri 눌옥도리 訥玉島里 Nurokdo
Oebyeongdo-ri 외병도리 外竝島里 Oebyeongdo, Jedo
Naebyeongdo-ri 내병도리 內竝島里 Naebyeongdo, Mosado, Buksongdo
Gasado-ri 가사도리 加沙島里 Gasado, Gadeokdo, Gwangdaedo, Daesodongdo, Sosodongdo, Mado, Sangbanggudo, Jungbanggudo, Habanggudo, Songdo, Yangdeokdo, Oegongdo, Jeobudo, Jujido, Hyeoldo

Jodo archipelagoes[]

References[]

  1. ^ Administrative divisions and Population of Jodo-myeon
  2. ^ "Jodo Course". Korea National Park. Retrieved 2014-06-12.

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