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This park is very varied and therefore caters to many people. There is areas of comparably denser forestry for walking which are quite quiet, a 800m (I think) track and oval, a museum of safety and an area with jet aircraft on display (as there...More
There are plenty of things to do here: basketball, tennis, jogging, and walking. This is one of the few large parks in Seoul and probably more beautiful in spring since the grass is pretty brown in winter. People bring their pets here or just sit...More
It's common knowledge that swish lift systems in corporate hotels are powered by sucking the souls of residents. Not surprising then that less than 24 hours into a Seoul business trip I had need of green space - well know for recharging soul batteries.
There are many recreational areas, including basketball courts, skateboarding, sprinting area, soccer field, etc. But there's a lot of people hence, I assume, would require reservations or long waits.
I usually go alone. I enjoy taking my dog with me as there are lots of...More