Sogang University offers great athletic facilities. Along with the soccer field and basketball court, the tennis courts are top notch. On the university's campus, you will find 5 enclosed tennis courts: 3 hard courts and 2 clay courts. A great complex of courts in Seoul! Clay or hard! Roger or Rafa!
The Scouting Report
- Pros And Cons
- Extra Information
- Sports And Recreation Nearby
- How To Get There
The tennis courts at Sogang University are a great place. If you get there early in the day, you can probably get some court time before the students take over.
There are three hard courts and two clay courts. The courts are typically kept clean and well maintained.
- Because there are five full courts, overcrowding is usually not a problem.
- There are lights surrounding all the courts.
- Although the courts are to the right of an overlooking walkway, there is a sense of privacy. The courts feel tucked away from the hustle and bustle of campus.
- As the courts are on a university campus, the students always get priority.
- Between the hard and clay courts there is a small practice wall on which you can get in some solo practice.
- Both Sinchon and Hongdae are nearby. Itaewon is just a few stops away on the nearby Line 6.
Sports and Recreation Nearby
To see more photos, check out the Sogang University tennis photo album.
How To Get There
Where: Seoul-si, Mapo-gu, Sinsu-dong 1
From Line 6 - Daehung Station (대흥역):
- Use exit 1.
- Walk straight for about 10 minutes.
- Look for Sogang University on your right.
- Walk into campus through the main gate.
- The tennis courts are immediately to your right.
From line 2 - Sinchon Station (신촌역):
- Use exit 6.
- Walk straight for about 8 minutes.
- Look for Sogang University on your left.
- Follow the directions above starting with step 4.