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Jamsil Hangang Park

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Jamsil Hangang Park
Started in 1977 and completed in September 1984 as the largest of its kind, the Jamsil Stadium has been the highlight of the much-famed sports of Korea. The historical Jamsil Olympic Stadium building has hosted the 1986 Asian Games and the 1988 Seoul Olympics along with their opening and closing ceremonies and athletics events. The park is easy to access by public transportation (on Subway Line No. 2), and hence, is at the heart of Gangnam culture. Filling its 402,816㎡ area of space are vast structures such as the Olympic Stadium, Baseball Stadium, Swimming Pool No. 1 and No. 2, the Indoor Gym, as well as the smaller scale athletics arena, Student Indoor Gym, and outdoor park facilities. International sporting events, large-crowd drawing concerts, and many other cultural events are also held throughout its premises.
Water Taxi
Seoul’s public transportation isn’t limited to subways, buses, and taxis. There is also the Han Rive Water Taxi that began operation in 2007. There are a total of 17 taxi stations up and down the Han River. Since riders have a wide option to select from in terms of which station to get on and off at, some may be able to get to their destinations faster than alternative modes of land transportation. Another plus is the view of the Han River! (, +82-2-1588-3960)