Kookmin University is in northern Seoul. It is a little difficult to get to as there is no immediate access to a subway station. However, it has a good set of tennis courts that would make even Michael Chang happy.
The Scouting Report
- Pros And Cons
- Extra Information
- Sports And Recreation Nearby
- How To Get There
Kookmin University offers four well-maintained, enclosed tennis courts.
Dirt. (but not the dirty kind)
- There are four courts, and they are all well maintained.
- Two of the courts are lit during the night.
- There are seats available for spectators and an umpire seat at each court.
- You can rent umpires from the university, but they are expensive.
- The courts are well spaced and surrounded by a padded fence just in case you lose control of yourself after going for those wild Nadal-like shots.
- The courts are available for public use, but students have priority.
- The lighting schedule is not posted. (They have been seen to stay on until 11:00 pm on some nights.)
- Kookmin University is not easily accessible by subway.
- Although not a requirement, it is a good idea to know how to play tennis before playing tennis here.
Sports and Recreation Nearby
To see more photos of Kookmin University's tennis courts, check out The Seoul Stop's photo album.
How To Get There
Where: Seoul-si, Jeongbok-gu, Jeongneung-dong
Take a bus to Kookmin University Front (Bus Stop ID: 08-107 and 08-110). Buses going to this stop: 110A, 110B, 1020, 1166, 1213, 1711, 7211.
Walk up the hill. The tennis courts are on your left, behind the basketball court.