|Seoul Sports Complex (서울종합운동장, 잠실종합운동장)|
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Situated in Jamsil-dong (Songpa-gu), the Seoul Sports Complex was completed in December 1976. Seoul Olympic Stadium, the centerpiece of the Seoul Sports Complex (also called Jamsil Sports Complex) is surrounded by the Housing Complex for Players, Jamsil Apartment Complex, Hangang River, and Tancheon Stream. Olympic Park is located 3.5km from the stadium.
Close to the Sports Complex Station (on Subway Line No. 2), the complex is easily accessible to the public. The complex is also home to a baseball stadium, two swimming centers, an indoor sports facility, a supplementary track field, and an indoor sports facility for students. A large park frequently hosts wedding ceremonies.
Seoul Olympic Stadium has hosted some of the biggest global sporting events including the 10th Asian Games and the 24th Seoul Olympics. Naturally, it has attracted millions of visitors to its various sporting events. In recent years, it has been a popular venue for giant concerts, events, and, of course, sporting events.
|Seoul Olympic Stadium, Jamsil Baseball Stadium, Jamsil Indoor Swimming Pool #1, Jamsil Indoor Swimming Pool #2, Jamsil Ski, Jamsil Gymnasium, Jamsil Skin & Scuba|
|Jamsil Inline Skating Rink, Olympic Exhibition Hall, and Sports Park|
|4,000 won for a day|
|Seoul Subway Line 2, Sports Complex Station, Exit #6, #7|