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  • Lotte World

    Lotte World

    • Address
      Hotel Lotte & Lotte World, 40-1, Jamsil-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Korea
    • Phone
      82-2-411-2000
    • Homepage
    • Transportation
      Jamsil Station Exit 4, Subway Line 2
    • Description
      Lotte World is a massive complex with living spaces for a department store, hotel, duty-free shops and large discount store in addition to a theme park. It is another city in a city, where you may enjoy your all desires in a place from tour to leisure, shopping, culture and sports.
  • Olympic Park

    Olympic Park

    • Address
      426, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Korea
    • Phone
      82-2-410-1114
    • Homepage
    • Transportation
      Mongchontoseong Station Exit 1, Subway Line 8
    • Description
      Olympic Park was completed in 1986 after the commencement of constructions on a land of over 136,300 square meters to hold Asian Games in 1984 and Seoul Summer Olympic Games in 1988. Mongchon Earthen Fortifications were restored at the center of the park, and 6 game arenas were arranged in a semicircle around the park which has been positioned as the living and breathing park at the urban center together with the touching emotion of Seoul Olympic and breath of our ancient kingdom Baekje around Seoul.
  • Hangang Riverside Jamsil Park

    Hangang Riverside Jamsil Park

    • Address
      Pungnap-dong ~ Cheongdam-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Korea
    • Phone
      82-2-3780-0511~4
    • Homepage
    • Transportation
      Jamsil Station Exit 5, Subway Line 2 or 8
      Seongnae Station Exit 3 or 4, Subway Line 2
    • Description
      This park is located along the southern end of riverside between Yeongdong Bridge and Jamsil Railway Bridge through Jamsil Underwater Barrage from Seongnae River. The area of the park is 489,800㎡ with its length of 4.8km with the extensive arrangement of sports and leisure facilities larger than that of any other area as it has neighboring facilities such as Jamsil Sports Complex, Lotte World and Olympic Park.
  • Seonjeongneung

    Seonjeongneung

    • Address
      131, Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
    • Phone
      82-2-568-1291
    • Homepage
    • Transportation
      3 minute’s walking from Seonneung Station Exit 8, Subway Line 2
    • Description
      Seonjeongneung (Historical Heritage No. 199) is one of the Joseon Dynasty’s royal tombs at Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea. It is also called Samneung Park because it has three tombs. This historical site accommodates Seonneung as the royal tomb for Seongjong, the 9th king of the Joseon Dynasty, and his queen Jeonghyeonwanghu Yun, together with Jeongneung as the royal tomb for Jungjong, the 11th king of the Joseon Dynasty.
  • Sports Complex

    Sports Complex

    • Address
      (10, Jamsil 1-dong) 29, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Korea
    • Phone
      82-2-2240-8876
    • Homepage
    • Transportation
      Sports Complex Station, Subway Line 2
    • Description
      Jamsil Sports Complex is located in Jamsil-dong, Songpa-gu about 13km to south away from Seoul’s center. Around the sports complex, Asian Game Players Village Apartment and parks are located with Jamsil Apartment Complexes to south and Hangang River and Tancheon River to north as its neighbors in addition to Olympic Park 3.5km away to southeast.
  • Yangjaecheon River

    Yangjaecheon River

    • Address
      Daechi-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
    • Phone
      82-2-2155-6114 (Seocho District Office)
    • Homepage
    • Transportation
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    • Description
      Yangjaecheon River is a local river with its stream to (local) Tancheon River via SETEC (Daechi-dong, Gangnam-gu) from its origin in Gwanaksan Mountain (altitude 629M), Galhyeon-dong, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea. It has various amenities and facilities such as bicycle roads, swimming pools and other water resorts, inline skate circles, riverside stages, athletic facilities.
  • Daemosan Mountain

    Daemosan Mountain

    • Address
      Daemosan Mountain, Gaepo-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
    • Phone
      -
    • Homepage
      -
    • Transportation
      Daemosan Entrance Station Exit 7, Subway Bundang Line
    • Description
      Daemosan Mountain is the nearest mountain from SETEC, which is a small mountain with its height of 293M. Together with Guryongsan Mountain, the mountain has played a role of relaxation for residents after apartment complexes were built to Ilwon-dong Valley. In addition, Heoninneung is located at the southern foot of this mountain, which is worth of your tour. Heoninneung is the combined title of Heonneung as the royal tomb for Taejong, the 3rd king of the Joseon Dynasty, and his queen, and Inneung as the royal tomb of Sunjo, the 23rd king of the Joseon Dynasty, and his queen.