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stuffy at home, but I'm worried about where to go, so I have more leisure activities away from people. Among them, camping in the car, so-called 'chabak', is popular.

I am a reporter.


Open the trunk of the car and fold the back seat to lay the mat, making it a great place to sleep.

It is a so-called 'chabak', where you stay in a car instead of a tent and give yourself a camping feeling.

[Choi Myeong-ho / Hanam-si, Gyeonggi-do: When you first start camping, let's use the car you have because it costs a lot of money… ] It's

easy, and above all, it reduces unnecessary contact.

[Choi Myung-ho / Hanam-si, Gyeonggi-do: Because going to an amusement park or something, it's getting too close… It's nice to be able to see the scenery with minimal contact with people.]

Nowadays, there are a lot of 'cha-bak' campers in campgrounds.

[Kim Hyun-jung / President of the camping site: About twice as much as this year, reservations for chacha have increased a lot. This is our first camping, but it's quite common for those who say it's our first camping.]

In February, as the law was revised to convert all cars into campers, you can easily find vehicles that have been converted into campers in this campsite.

Climbing and biking are also popular.

You can do it by yourself, and you can pick a path with few people even with family and lovers.

[Go Hyun-Woo / Seoul Guro-gu: It's an activity that you can do alone, and you can catch the wind… I enjoyed my time alone and

kept social distance to a certain degree.] Along with this trend, the sales of online sales of camping and bicycle products for 'chabak' have skyrocketed by as much as 1,000%.

The industry is launching a variety of untact leisure products, aiming at consumers who are used to distance.

(Video coverage: Seongil Kim, Hyuncheol Park, Video editing: Jungsam Park)