|Seoul Race Park|
|Seoul Race Park in Gwacheon is one of the three parks in Korea for thoroughbred flat races. It hosted horse racing games during the 1986 Asian Games and 1988 Summer Olympics (both held in Seoul).
Seoul Race Park is equipped with two sand tracks with a 450m-long home stretch, two grandstands named Happy Ville and Lucky Ville that can accommodate up to 35,000 and 42,000 people, respectively, and two stables, which together house close to 1,500 horses. Also, the Park features numerous equine, recreational and convenience facilities.
* Night races (summer): 13:00
|Race day: 800 won
Non-race day: Free
* Free admission: Seniors (age 65 and over), minors, people with disabilities
* Night races available in summer
* 11-13 races per race day
Amounts: 100 won-100,000 won
Types: Win, Place, Quinella, Quinella-Place, Exacta
|Equine hospital, racing laboratory, horse riding training center, stable area, equine museum, Pony Land (children's riding arena, hut village, rose garden, bicycle trails, etc.), soccer field, outdoor stages, equipment rentals (bicycles, baby carriages, inline skates)
* Foreigner's Lounge: Lucky Ville, 4F (Foreign nationals may bring up to 1 Korean per person)
|3,510 parking spaces (Inquiries: +82-2-509-1870~1)
Non-race day: 05:00-19:00
|Seoul Racecourse Park Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 3.|