|Let's Run Park (Jeju Racecourse) (렛츠런파크제주 (제주경마공원))|
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|Jeju Racecourse is situated at the base of Mt. Hallasan, 450 m above sea level, with a great view of Baekrokdam and the ocean. It was first set up to protect the Jeju Horse (Natural Monument #347) in 1990. It is open around the year to provide space for excursions, picnic parties and exercises.
Its main facilities are the racetrack made of sand which is 1,600m in length and 20m in width, examination hall where you can see the conditions of the horses before the race, spectators’ floors from 3rd basement floor to the ground floor, holding 3000 persons per floor, 100 monitors, 100 ticket desks, information desks and a free parking lot which can hold 2000 cars.
From July to August, races are held between 4:25 PM~9:20 PM. In the vicinity is the Eoksae Flower Garden which is so beautiful that it is the subject of the “Jeju Eoksae Flower Festival”
|2,000 won (Free admission without racing scheduled, teens under 19 can enter free of charge.)|
Every Fridays and Saturdays (January 10 – December 20, 2014)
- New Year’s Day holidays
- Seollal holidays
- Hot seasons (roughly around mid-August)
- 1 day before Chuseok
- Cold seasons (roughly around late December)
|Purchase of tickets:
Horse race tickets can be bought from 100 won to 100,000 won. There are four kinds including sperfecta, perfecta, quinella, and exacta. Purchase of tickets are possible with Korean currency (won) only. Foreign currency (dollar, yen) should be exchanged at the exchange desk at the spectators’ area.
Take a city bus from Jeju Express Bus Terminal to Seogwipo or Moseulpo (10min intervals)