Gwangnaru Hangang Park

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Gwangnaru Hangang Park

Gwangnaru Hangang Park

Information current as of July 09, 2016

Gwangnaru Hangang Park was supposed to be a biking Mecca of sorts for Seoul. At least, it appears that way. However, the reality is that it is a place that has a novel biking scene but lacks a truly strong biking scene.

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The Scouting Report

Most of the cycling opportunities in Seoul's various Hangang Parks are fairly generic. However, Gwangnaru Hangang Park has tried to separate itself from the pack by providing a few unique biking opportunities.

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Bicycle Park

Gwangnaru Hangang Park has a devoted bicycle park which offers beginning riding lessons to children and adults. There is also a biking zone that has several whimsically designed bicycles that you can rent and ride...or try to ride. The biking zone is a fun place for kids.

BMX Track

A BMX race course is also in the park. It is a fun track to race on that doesn't require overly advanced riding skills. The first drop is a little high and steep, but you can skip it if you'd like.

Options and Rates

Whether you are riding solo, with a date, or as a family, you will probably be able to find a bicycle suited for your needs here.

Type of Bicycle Hourly Rate Late Fee
Adult/Child Single 3,000 won 500 won every 15 minutes
Mountain Bike 6,000 won 1,000 won every 15 minutes
2-Seater 6,000 won 1,000 won every 15 minutes

Other Sports and Recreation in Gwangnaru Hangang Park

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Open Space
  • Picnics
  • Remote Controlled Plane Flying
  • Skating Area
  • Soccer
  • Swimming

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How To Get There

Where: Seoul-si, Gangdong-gu, Cheonho-dong

From Line 3 - Cheonho Station (천호역):

  • Walk straight out of exit 10.
  • Follow the sidewalk next to the main road.
  • Stay on the sidewalk until you cross over a highway.
  • Look for stairs on the left, and take them down to the park.
  • Once in the park, walk upstream (to the right).
  • The bicycling area will appear immediately after going under the bridge.

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