World Cup Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park

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World Cup Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park
Tennis

World Cup Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park
Tennis

Information current as of September 29, 2016


Most of the parks that make up World Cup Park are more about providing a place to enjoy nature rather than providing a place to pursue athletic endeavors. However, Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park) has a set of tennis courts available for public use.

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It is very easy to miss these tennis courts. They are hidden deep in a grove of trees in a way that even many people who walk right past them don't realize the courts are there. Granted, it is not a large tennis complex. There are only two courts that sit side-by-side. If you are interested in playing tennis somewhere near the World Cup Stadium area, this is a good place. It will cost you (don't worry...the fee is cheap), but the courts are available for use to the general public.

Surface

Dirt. It's not grass. It's not clay, either. It's packed dirt. It is very playable.

Rates

Time and Day Rate Extra Info
Weekdays (daytime) 1st 2 hours - 8,000 won
Each additional hour - 2,000 won
Weekdays (evening) 1st 2 hours - 10,400 won
Each additional hour - 2,600 won
(Evening Hours)
November - February, 6:00 - 10:00
March - May : 7:00 - 10:00
September - October, 7:00 - 10:00
June - August, 7:00 - 8:00
Weekends and Holidays 1st 2 hours - 10,400 won
Each additional hour - 2,600 won

Extra Information

These tennis courts sit in the middle of a huge network of parks---the World Cup Parks. Take some time before or after playing to look around. They are all beautiful and interesting places to see.

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Photo Gallery

To see more photos of the area, check out the World Cup Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park photo album.

How To Get There

Where: Seoul-si, Mapo-gu, Sangam-dong

From Line 6 - World Cup Stadium Station (월드컵경기장역):

  • Exit 1.
  • Walk to the south gate of World Cup Stadium.
  • The south gate leads directly into Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park.
  • Walk around the huge pool in front of you in a clockwise direction.
  • Look for the tennis courts near the children's playground.

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