Hyochang Park

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Hyochang Park
Basketball

Hyochang Park
Basketball

Information current as of July 06, 2016


Are you a teenager or child who is tired of shooting airballs? Are you a non-NBA-sized player who wishes you could dunk? Well, Hyochang Park has you covered. It has 1.5 courts with 3 lower-than-regulation nets. Slam Dunks in Seoul!

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The Scouting Report

Close to Seoul Station? Got a basketball in hand? Want to play a game? Then head to Hyochang Park.

Surface

Standard green top. Good balance equals good grip.



Pros

  • Lowered nets which are great for growing bodies and grown individuals with average height.
  • Courts stay relatively busy and are close to a subway station.
  • There are benches around the court, so feel free to bring your entourage.
  • The basketball courts are close to the badminton courts and children's playground. It's a great set-up if you're coming with multiple kids.

Cons

  • If you don't like lowered nets, then this is not the place for you.
  • The goals do have some wear and tear. The rims are in pretty bad shape.

Extra Info

Bathrooms are on-site and convenience store are nearby. This is great! Especially if you like to consume and dispense liquids.

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Photo Gallery

Check out the Hyochang Park photo album to see more pictures of the area.

How To Get There

Where: Seoul-si, Yongsan-gu, Hyochang-dong

Line 6 - Hyochang Park Station (효창공원앞역):

  • Walk out of exit 1.
  • Make a u-turn and take your first left.
  • Walk straight for 480 meters.
  • You will pass Hyochang Stadium.
  • The park is beside the stadium.
  • The basketball courts are close to the badminton courts.
  • If you're looking at the map, the basketball courts are not listed.
  • Look for the badminton courts instead.

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