Seoul Forest Park is one of the best places to see plants, flowers, trees, wetlands, and glimpses of nature amid Seoul's bustling city. It is located in the Ttukseom area and accessible by subway and bus.
Citizens and local residents regularly stroll around the spaces to relax, exercise and enjoy nature's way of providing oxygen and positive energy to everything within their spaces.
Seoul Forest Park was created with four unique themes or spaces for all guests and regular visitors. These are...
In addition to the grand spaces, Seoul Forest Park is accessible or in contact with the Han River, the more expansive area for all sorts of relaxation, exercise, cultural, and entertainment facilities and activities.
Seoul Forest Park is considered the first to involve people's initiative in creating and promoting plant program operations.
Since Seoul Forest is a public facility, it offers facilities accessible for free except for some items or activities the guest would procure.
So, you will find benches, tables, spaces, washrooms, potable water fountains, and such facilities found in most parks.
However, when you do more than just relaxing and spending quality time, such as anything commercial in value, you need to ask for permission.
For example, if you do any filming using the facility, you need to register in advance to ask for approval. Check out the official website to apply for any authorization for the use of the facility.
Open all-year-round (some facilities are closed on Mondays)
Address: 273, Ttukseom-ro, Seongdong-gu, Seoul (Seongsu-dong)
Inquiry | Seoul Forest Park Management Office: 02-460-2905
You can take any public vehicle to bring you close to the Park. A bus, taxi, or subway is the quickest mode of transportation in most cities in the country.
Take Bundang Line to Seoul Forest Station and come out from Exit 3. It takes about 5 minutes to reach the Park on foot.
Alternatively, you can take Seoul Subway Line 2 to Ttukseom Station and get out from Exit 8. This will take around 10 minutes to reach the Park on foot.
Below are two colored buses you can choose to get to Seoul Forest Park.
2014: Jayang 4-dong Garage> Yeongdong Bridge> Seoul Forest> Wangsimni Station> Dongdaemun History and Culture Park
2412: Seongsu-dong Garage> Seoul Forest> In front of Norunsan Market> Jamsil Station> Songpa Station> Suseo Station
2224: Seongsu-dong Garage> Seoul Forest> Ttukseom Station> Seongsu Station> Konkuk University Station> Techno Mart
2413: Seongsu-dong Garage> Seoul Forest> Ttukseom Station> Yeongdong Bridge> Korea Trade Center> Samseong Station
121: Hwagyesa Temple Entrance> Daejeon Intersection> Majang Station> Seoul Forest> Hanyang University
141: Dobongsan Entrance> Mia Intersection Station> Ttukseom Seoul Forest> Dosan Park> Seoul Customs
145: Northern Waterworks Office> Dapsimni Filming Office> Ttukseom Seoul Forest> Apgujeong Rodeo Station> Gangnam Station
148: Northern Waterworks Office> Daejeon Intersection> Seongdong-gu Office> Ttukseom Seoul Forest> Apgujeong Station
463: Yeomgok-dong Guryongsa> Yeoksam Station> Apgujeong Station> Ttukseom Seoul Forest> Wangsimni Station
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