TOUR - 7 : Parks and Shopping Morning Tour
09:00 ~ 12:30
Available Every day

KRW 60,000 p/p (min. 2 person)
KRW 50,000 p/p (min. 5 person)

Child (age 4~10) : KRW 40,000 p/p

Tour guide, Transportation, Admission fee
Hotel - Seonyudo Park - Worldcup Stadium - Worldcup Park - Mapo Fishery and Grocery Store – Korean Ginseng Center / Cosmetic Duty-free Shop - Drop ( City Hall / Myeongdong )
Information of Tourist Attraction
Seonyudo Park
Long, long ago, Seonyudo Island was a favorite place for scholars to paint or write poetry. In more recent times, it was a water purification plant before being transformed into Seonyudo Park in 2002. Park designers used features from the purification facility to create an environmentally friendly park. For example, the clean water reservoir was turned into a habitat for water plants, lotus, and salmon. With a water plant garden and forest children’s playground, Seonyudo Park is the most unique park in the city. It also offers a great view of the Hangang River and its surrounding landscape. Don’t miss the arched Seonyugyo Bridge for a beautiful view of the World Cup Fountain and World Cup Stadium. The night view is particularly striking with its spectacular lighting displays.
Seoul Worldcup Stadium
Seoul Worldcup Stadium was built in 2002 for the 2002 Korea-Japan World cup. It has a capacity of 66,806 people, which is largest among the Asian soccer stadiums after Azadi stadium in Teheran. The building has 7 floors in total, 6 floors on ground and 1 floor underground. Now it is facilitated with a shopping mall, restaurant, gym, and worldcup memorial hall, so it is used as a cultural complex.
The Worldcup Park
The Worldcup Park was built to celebrate the new millenium and 2002 World cup, on the site of the old landfill of Nanjido. The park has a large site. The Worldcup park is consisted of 5 different themes; Pyeonghwa park, Noeul park, Nanjicheon park, and Nanji hangang park.
Ginseng Center
Ginseng was originated from Goryeo ginseng and the cultivation began at the age of King Gojong(1232) of Goryeo dynasty. Upon the breakout of Korean conflict the people of Gaeseong (the origin of ginseng) refuged to Ganghwado island and began to cultivate the ginseng on a full scale in 1953. Ginseng is sensitively influenced by the weather and the earth soil with a severe environmental difficulties and so Korea is considered the most appropriate land of the world and Ganghwado island is confirmed of the best cultivation land for a 6-year-root of ginseng.