Seoul Forest

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Seoul Forest
Hangul 서울숲
Revised Romanization Seoul Sup
McCune–Reischauer Sŏul Sup
Seoul Forest

Seoul Forest (Korean: 서울숲) is a large park in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is open year-round, and admission is free. Seoul Forest opened in June 2005. The city government spent 235.2 billion won in development.[1]

The park is served by Seoul Subway Line 2, Ttukseom Station, exit 8 or Bundang Line, Seoul Forest Station, exit 3. Proceed straight until you get to the large street and turn left. About a block down, across the street, is the park. It is available to ride bicycles, skate board and so on. It was established to satisfy people's desire to have green space and recreational places in city. It changed from the grounds of Ttukseom. It opened in 2002 stretching over 1.16million m² of land. It consists of five parks : a Cultural Art Park, an Ecological Forest, a Nature Experience Study Field, Wetlands Ecological Field, and Han River Waterside Park.[2]



  1. ^ "Seoul Forest". 
  2. ^ "Seoul Forest". visit seoul. Retrieved 16 November 2014. 

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Coordinates: 37°32′40.65″N 127°2′23.44″E / 37.5446250°N 127.0398444°E / 37.5446250; 127.0398444