Drag around the right map to see beautiful attrections nearby. Within a distance of less than 10 minutes walk, you can find trail along the beautiful lake, indoor and outdoor amusement park, huge multi-complex shopping mall and etc.
Songpa Naru Park is a citizens’ park in Seoul. It has two lakes with Songpadaero Boulevard running in between them, and a jogging course and walking trails along the lakes. Originally, a branch of Hangang River ran through the site, but in 1971, when land was reclaimed from the branch of the River, the two lakes were constructed. The total size of the two lakes is 217,850㎡, and they hold about 737 tons of water. The depth of the lakes is 4-5 meters. Now the park serves as a great place for Seoul citizens to relax.
Lotte World Amusement Park
" Perfect Place for Thrilling Entertainment Fun and Rides "
Located in the heart of the city, Lotte World is the perfect spot for entertainment and sightseeing. It is a theme park filled with thrilling rides, an ice rink, different kinds of parades as well as a folk museum, a lake, and much more. About 6,000,000 visitors are welcomed every year, and about 10% of the visitors are foreigners. The structure inside makes use of the natural sunlight, and it is open for visitors all year round, regardless of the weather.
Lotte World Multi-complex Mall
Located by the North Seokchon lake, Lotte World milti-complex mall opened in 2015. Five sections including Shoppingmall, aquarium, movie theaters, mart and department stores are now open. Beyond a landmark of Korea, a landmark of the world arises At last, a world class shopping destination and tourist attraction arrives in Korea. LOTTE World Mall is the culmination of commitment and global vision by Korea’s leading retail distributor. A shopper’s heaven and a tourist haven, it will become the must-see, must-visit, must-stay global shopping attraction. As the pride of Korea.
Jamsil Han River Park
Jamsil Hangang Park is located on the southern side of the river between Jamsil Iron Bridge and Yeongdong Bridge. The park is adjacent to Jamsil Sports Complex, Lotte World, and Olympic Park, and there are a variety of sports & cultural facilities located in the park.
One of the biggest features of the Jamsil Hangang Park is the fishway in the Jamsil Water Reserve. Near the fishway is a themed park equipped with wind vanes, walking paths, and underwater plant islets which serve as a resting place for fish. From ‘Riverview Bom’, a lookout café located on Jamsil Bridge, you may enjoy the fantastic night view of the Hangang River.
Olympic Park is an impressive leisure facility in which historic remains from the Baekje Era share space with modern state-of-the-art sports stadiums, an eco-friendly forest, and spacious grassy fields. A legacy of the 1988 Seoul Olympics, the park not only houses the country’s largest sports arena, but has also become a place where Seoul residents come to relax and unwind.
Spread across 430,000 pyeong (approximately 1.45 million ㎡), Olympic Park encompasses the land that was once Mongchontoseong Fortress and Mongchonhaeja (manmade lake) from the early Baekje period. The park is divided into several zones, including a leisure sports park, a cultural art park, an eco-park, and the History Experience Park dedicated to the area’s rich historic heritage.