Hangang ParkCurrently Open
- Address: 330 Yeouidong-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, South Korea
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +82-237800561
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Swimming Pool
If you are visiting Seoul during summers, this park is a must visit. From people watching to stayig active through a number of outdoor activities, Hangang Park is one of the most interesting open spaces in Seoul. Hangang Park was built alongside the Hangang River and stretches to many districts across Seoul. The most popular among these are the YeouidoHangang Park, JamsilHangang and TtukseomHangang parks. At Yeouido, it is possible to partake in a number of sport activities as well as encounter rare species of birds at the designated ecological park. There are a number of ferry cruises that take off from here as well. This is also the venue of the Firecrackers festival.
Facilities Available are:
- Seasonal swimming pools
- Skating Rinks
- Bicycle Tracks
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- Nearest Subway: National Assembly
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95% of people who visit Seoul include Hangang Park in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
31.95% of people start their Hangang Park visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Hangang Park
94.65% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hangang Park
A great resting place by the Han River! Went in the morning the winter before the sign was moved. Not many people were around as it was cold, but a few people were out walking their dogs or running errands! Lots of cool things to do around here, and seems to be a popular spot for tourists to eat food and hang out at. Also a nice spot to bike along!
Nice place to go if you're visiting Korea. Good scenery and some live performances around during the night festival. However the food stalls there only accept credit payment and it is extremely troublesome if you do not want to use a credit card to pay. The food is decent but rather overpriced and there is not much range of Korean street food but more so a Korean take on street food around the world. Worth a visit in Korea if the weather is nice to have a stroll.
Beautiful park! We went there during the Dragon Fireworks Festival so the place was crowded with people on picnic mats and tents. They also sold a lot of street food and fairy light balloons. The view of both the fireworks and the city lights were amazing. Would love to go back.
I highly recommend this park for a couple of hours of chill time in Seoul. This was one of my favorite parts of my first visit to Seoul - spending an hour cycling along the river and ending the ride with some Korean fried chicken on a picnic blanket by the water. This is also prime people watching real estate, as it's a very popular activity and destination for locals. You don't have to bring your own food and blanket, everything can be bought / rent / delivered. I was with a Korean speaker though so am unsure if arranging these items are tough in English.
It was a weekend and this park was flooded with locals with tents and food and everyone was having a great time there best time to go is after 4pm. People end up staying till late buying stuff from 7/11 nearby.The park is clean and has a great view of the river.Just buzzing like any square. Romantic if visited with the one you love.