Hongje Badminton Club

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"Badminton is like ballet dancing; it requires a lot of control, strength, mindplay, and measured movement."


Hongje Badminton Club
Badminton

Hongje Badminton Club
Badminton

Information current as of June 25, 2016


Did you have plans to play badminton? Has rain, snow, or hail ruined your plans? Well, have no fear. The Hongje Badminton Club is here to save the day.

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The Scouting Report

There are six courts inside a well-lit building that is solely dedicated to badminton. It makes for a great indoor activity on a rainy day in Seoul.

Surface

The surface is painted green cement. It has good give and grip.

Pros

  • It is indoors.
  • The building is well lit.
  • There are six courts.
  • The locals are very friendly. So much so, that they might even start teaching you how to play.
  • There are birdies available for public use. However, they are a bit worn.

Cons

  • Although there are six courts, they do get busy. Be prepared to wait your turn.
  • If the courts are busy, be prepared to play doubles or share a court.

Nearby

Gallery

Check out the Hongje Badminton Courts photo album to see more pictures.

How To Get There

Where: Seoul-si, Seodaemun-gu, Hongeun-1-dong

From Line 3 - Hongje Station (홍제역):
-Take Bus 110A, 110B, 153, 7018, or 7730 to Seoul Women's College of Nursing (Bus Stop ID: 13-169 and 13-168).
-From the bus stop, walk towards the S-Oil gas station. The ramp leading to the courts is on the opposite side of the street from the gas station.
-You will see two banners in Korean. The badminton facility is behind the banners.


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