Mullae Neighborhood Park

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Mullae Neighborhood Park

Mullae Neighborhood Park

Information current as of August 20, 2016

Immediately outside of Mullae Station on line 2 is Mullae Neighborhood Park. It's not a place you would want to spend a day or even an entire afternoon. However, it's a nice spot to go for a stroll, have a quick picnic, play badminton, or if you're up for it, play the East Asian version of croquet, GATEBALL! (What is gateball?)

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The Scouting Report

When you live near Mullae Neighborhood Park, the best place to go that is close to you is.....Mullae Neighborhood Park. If you want to play badminton, go to Mullae Neighborhood Park. If you want to play gateball, go to Mullae Neighborhood Park. Do it.

So How Is The Park Good?

  • Are you stuck waiting for your significant other to finish his or her shopping at the nearby HomePlus? Bored out of your wits? Well then it is a good thing there is this neighborhood park right in the middle of the city. Its proximity to HomePlus makes Mullae Neighborhood Park a great option if you've got a little extra time before, after, or during (in the case of the aforementioned situation) shopping.
  • Mullae Neighborhood Park is a great place for taking a short walk along the paths. It has some nice green spaces. The badminton courts are also well-maintained. Best of all, there is a gateball pitch! However, it is usually mostly dominated by retirees. If you want to try to negotiate some field time, you're welcome to try. The willow tree near the playground is a must see.

So How Is The Park Bad?

  • In the end, there really is not that much to do at Mullae Neighborhood Park. If you live in the area, or you are passing through Mullae, it is not a bad spot to check out and relax for a little while. However, do not go out of your way to visit.

Things To Do

Extra Information

There is a HomePlus nearby. Grab a few beers and take them to the park for a few drinks. Be sure to clean up your trash!

Check out the gateball field. It is near the parking lot. Gateball was created in Japan and is a version of croquet. It is extremely popular amongst retirees. However, it is also played by youngsters, too.


To see more photos of Mullae Neighborhood Park, check out The Seoul Stop's photo album.

How To Get There

Where: Seoul-si, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Mullae-dong

From Line 2 Mullae Station (문래역):

  1. Walk out of exit 1.
  2. Party on!

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