Fields / Open Spaces
One of the most unheralded parks in Seoul that certainly deserves more recognition than it typically gets is Boramae Park. The park is a huge plot of land south of the Han River that caters to a wide variety of park-going clientele. At the center of the park is one of the biggest expanses of open grass that you will find in Seoul.
The Scouting Report
- Pros And Cons
- Sports And Recreation Nearby
- Extra Information
- How To Get There
Boramae Park has a wide open expanse of grass that is the envy of most other parks in Seoul. It is one of the finest plots of open space you are likely to find in the city. Although it can get crowded at times, Boramae Park is a great place to go if you are looking for a place to throw or kick a ball around.
It is a large field of grass. The grass is green in the summer and brownish-yellowish in the winter.
- Large. Open. Expansive. Flat. And Large.
- It is nearby many other sports and recreational facilities.
- The surrounding trees are beautiful in the right seasons.
- It is popular; therefore, it is crowded. Seoul crowded.
- To put it another way, it seems that everyone and their dog goes to Boramae Park on a nice weekend afternoon.
Sports and Recreation Nearby
- Children's Playground
- Rock Climbing Wall
- Skate Park
- Walking/Running Path
There is a very nice 600-meter walking/running path that encloses the open field. It makes for a great tour of the open space in Boramae Park.
Check out the Boramae Park photo album to see more pictures of the area.
How To Get There
Where: Seoul-si, Dongjak-gu, Sindaebang-dong
From Line 2 - Sindaebang Station (신대방역):
From Line 7 - Boramae Station (보라매역):
-Exit 2 or 3