|• Revised Romanization||Jamsil-dong|
Jamsil Baseball Stadium located in Jamsil 1-dong
|• Total||5.21 km2 (2.01 sq mi)|
|• Density||22,000/km2 (58,000/sq mi)|
Jamsil-dong is a neighbourhood, dong, of Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Its name is derived from silkworm breeding during the Joseon dynasty. Jamsil translates to a room or place for sericulture. The state encouraged people to raise silkworms, so founded Dongjamsil (동잠실, literally "east place for sericulture") in the east vicinity of Seoul.
- Lotte World
- Jamsil Baseball Stadium
- Jamsil Hangang Park
- Shindong’s DraQura PC Castle: a 24-hour internet cafe in Seoul run by Shindong of Super Junior.
Schools located in Jamsil-dong:
- Seoul Beodeul Elementary School
- Seoul Jamil Elementary School
- Seoul Jamjeon Elementary School
- Seoul Jamsin Elementary School
- Seoul Sincheon Elementary School
- Seoul Songjeon Elementary School
- Aju Middle School
- Chungshin Girls' Middle School
- Jamsin Middle School
- Sincheon Middle School
- Chungshin Girls' High School
- Jamil High School
- Jamsin High School
- Youngdongil High School
- Jamsil Station of and of
- Jamsilsaenae Station (formally Sincheon Station) of
- Sports Complex Station of
- "잠실동 (Jamsil-dong 蠶室洞)" (in Korean). Doosan Encyclopedia. Archived from the original on 2009-06-23. Retrieved 2008-04-15.
- "The origin of the name and timetable of Jamsil-dong (동명 유래/연혁)" (in Korean). The resident center of Jamsil bon-dong. Retrieved 2008-04-15.
- Violet Kim; Cin Woo Lee; Heidi Chung (2 March 2012). "24 venues open 24 hours in Seoul". CNN Go. Retrieved 24 June 2012.
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