Destinations by Region

World Cup Park (월드컵공원)

  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)
  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)
  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)
  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)
  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)
  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)
  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)
  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)
  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)
  • World Cup Park (월드컵공원)

VisitKorea does not guarantee the quality of products or services introduced on its site and is not responsible for any direct or indirect losses resulting from use of said products or services.

243-60, World Cup-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul
서울특별시 마포구 월드컵로 243-60 (성산동)
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-300-5516
(Korean only)
  • Information
    World Cup Park was built to commemorate the 17th FIFA World Cup, held in Korea. Opened May 1st, 2002, the park was once a 15-year-old landfill that held over 92 million tons of garbage. It took 6 years to stabilize the waste (measures were taken to prevent the garbage runoff from contaminating the environment) and an additional year to build the actual park itself. The park is located near Seoul World Cup Stadium, and is made up of five smaller parks including Pyeonghwa 'Peace' Park, Haneul 'Sky' Park, and Noeul 'Sunset' Park. The park takes up a 1.05 million-pyeong area and is usually crowded with in-line skaters.

    * Pyeonghwa Park: Closest to Seoul World Cup Stadium, it holds a pond, garden, children’s playground, and forest. It is often used as a picnic area and place for nature studies.

    * Nanjicheon Park: Nanjicheon Park was developed from the Nanji Stream, which flowed under Haneul Park. It was once overflowing with sewage runoff from the nearby landfill, but it has since been beautifully restored into a park with clear water. It contains an outdoor stage and various sports facilities.

    * Nanji Hangang Park: Nanji Hangang Park was developed on the banks of the Hangang River. It contains a campground, soccer field, basketball court, grass field, cruise ship port, and an area for nature studies.

    * Haneul Park : Of the 5 World Cup Parks, Haneul Park is at the highest elevation. Once a mountain of garbage, it is now a green hill with 22 lookout points offering breathtaking views of Seoul, Namsan, Bukhansan, and Gwanaksan Mountains. 5 wind-powered generators provide power to the park and the park’s maintenance office. During the Seoul Eulalia Festival, the park is open until late in the evening

    * Noeul Park: Noeul Park contains a 9-hole golf course and takes up a vast area of land that was once a landfill. The park was constructed as a grassland because too much development may have caused damage to the environment, due to the buried waste. It offers a scenic view of the Hangang River and its beautiful sunset.


    N/A (Open all year round)

    Operating Hours
    [Pyeonghwa Park & Nanjicheon Park]
    Open all year round

    [Haneul Park & Noeul Park]
    Based on sunset time
    * To protect the park and all visitors, night admission is strictly prohibited. The park generally closes at 19:30 in winter months and 21:00-22:00 in the summer months.

    Parking Facilities
    Pyeonghwa Park & Nanjicheon Park
    * Inquiry: +82-2-302-6678

    Admission Fees

    Parking Fees
    [Sedan] 300 won for every 10 minutes
    [Mid-sized car] 600 won for every 10 minutes
    [Large vehicle] 900 won for every 10 minutes

  • Tourist Sites
  • Accommodation
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping
  • Transportation