Olympic Park, Seoul
|Olympic Park, Seoul|
World Peace Gate
|Hangul||서울 올림픽 공원|
|Hanja||서울 올림픽 公園|
|Revised Romanization||Seoul Ollimpik Gongwon|
|McCune–Reischauer||Sŏul Ollimp'ik Kongwŏn|
- Olympic Fencing Gymnasium
- Olympic Gymnastics Arena
- Olympic Swimming Pool
- Olympic Tennis Courts
- Olympic Velodrome
- Olympic Weightlifting Gymnasium - renamed as Woori Financial Art Hall
- Korea National Sports University
- Mongchon Fortress
- Olympic Sculpture Park
- Olympic Parktel Hotel
- Olympic Hall
- Seoul Olympic Museum
- SOMA Museum of Art
- World Peace Gate
- Rose Park
In 2011, the Olympic Hall was renovated as a concert hall by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation. The one-year remodeling project included an expanded stage for the 2,452 seat main hall, an exhibition room to showcase the history of Korean pop from the 1920s to the present; and a 240-seat small theater for indie musicians and new artists. It was reopened on 22 June 2011 with a celebration performance by veteran singers and K-pop groups including Super Junior, 2PM, 4Minute, and After School.
- Kings of Convenience: Kings of Convenience Live in Seoul - March 2010
- The Swell Season: The Swell Season Live in Seoul - 7 April 2010
- 2NE1: NOLZA 2011 - 26,27 and 28 August 2011
- B.A.P: B.A.P Live on Earth Seoul - 23 and 24 February 2013
- "올림픽공원 (Olympic Park)" (in Korean). Doosan Encyclopedia. Retrieved 2008-04-16.
- "Revamped Olympic Hall to open doors on June 22" Korea Herald. 16 June 2011. Retrieved 2012-03-29
- Chung Ah-young "K-pop concert hall to open today" Korea Times. 21 June 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-02
- "2010.3.31 Ticket". Joongang Daily. 31 March 2010. Retrieved 16 April 2013.
- Ho, Stewart (14 January 2013). "B.A.P to Hold First Exclusive Concert in February". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 24 February 2013.
- Ho, Stewart (24 January 2013). "B.A.P Sells Out First Exclusive Concert in Ten Minutes". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 24 February 2013.
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