60, Jugyang-daero 2000beon-gil, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
Jisan Country Club offers the most relaxing golfing experience with its beautiful and tranquil courses surrounded by the calming beauty of Mother Nature and the refreshing scent of the woods. One gigantic-sized pond and a number of large and small ponds located around the 36-hole course add to the challenge.
17, Jeongdongyeok-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do
Jeongdongjin Railbike is one of the must-try leisure activities in Gangwon-do. Departing from Jeongdongjin Station, the railbike brings the cool sea breeze and offers an unobstructed view of the ocean while it runs its course.
181, Gwangmyeong-ro, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do
Seoulland Sledding Hills offers two slopes, one for children (50 meters long) and another for adults (120 meters long). Amenities include food stands that sell various foods, including eomuk (fish cake) soup, resting lounge and medical office. Various performances are also prepared to entertain visitors at the main stage nearby the sledding hill.
240, World cup-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul
Seoul World Cup Stadium has two large digital panels on the south and north part of the stadium that are 25 meters in x_width and 9.2 meters in x_height. The panels provide detailed visual for the spectators as well as provide information such as temperature, humidity, wind speed and more. The LED screen in 16:9 ratio and delivers clear images to the spectators.
939, Anyangcheon-ro, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul
Mokdong Stadium was opened in 1989 with a stadium, a baseball field and an indoor ice rink and added footsal field in 2008 to improve Korea’s sports culture. The soccer field was used as the home field for K-league teams in the past. The ice rink hosts hockey matches and figure skating competitions as well as ice ballet performances. Other facilities include a main square, an indoor shooting range and a gym for residents to enjoy.
579, Giheungdanji-ro, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
Korea Country Club, located in Korea Golf & Art Village, is just 30-40 minutes away from the Gangnam area of Seoul. The club offers high-tech quality equipment and facilities including a night lighting system and 5-people electronic carts. Addition of 9-hole course provide customers with better services. The golf course has a relatively easy level of difficulty, but the large pond in the middle of Hole 4, gives a certain degree of challenge that golfers may enjoy. Different plants and trees are planted near each hole creating a unique atmosphere and beauty. The club, which hosted a number of pro and amateur golf competitions, is putting its best effort to keep the courses in the best quality and condition.
373, Daejong-ro, Jung-gu, Daejeon
Hanbat Sports Complex consists of a main stadium, indoor arena, tennis court, field-and-track practice stadium, and gateball court. The main stadium has a capacity to hold 26,000 spectators and has a soccer field and 400-meter eight lane track for various sports events. Other indoor arenas provide space for sports including basketball, volleyball, and badminton as well as promotional events.
939, Anyangcheon-ro, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul
Mokdong Ice Rink was built with international competitions in mind. Two rinks are available making it possible for visitors to use even during competition days. Store selling skate equipment as well as restaurant and snack bar are available within the facility.
265, High1-gil, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
High 1 Country Club is located 1,100 meter above sea level, making it the highest golf course in Korea. Due to the lower air pressure, golfers may enjoy longer and farther-reaching golf drives.
In addition, the temperature never goes over 25 degrees Celsius even in the middle of summer, offering a cool and pleasant condition for summer golfers.
Taking nature conservation into account, most of the area was formed using recycled rocks and debris from an abandoned mine, preventing acidic wastewater leaking from abandoned mines or dumps from contaminating the environment with heavy metals. At the same time, plants and wildflowers are planted around the surrounding areas to promote sustainable ecological stability.
Golfers who want to stay for more than just a day can experience warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance at the High 1 Country Club which has 197 rooms in total and also offers a great view of the 18-hole golf course.
2695, 516-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Jeju Country Club has a beautiful backdrop with Hallasan Mountain and Pacific Ocean in clear view. With more than 50 years of tradition and history, the country club represents Korea’s golf course.
182-14, Bomun-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Bomun Golf Club is located in the historic cultural city of Gyeongju. Situated within Bomun Tourist Complex, visitors can enjoy golf and many attractions.
40, Bogaewonsam-ro 1534beon-gil, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
Opened in August 1993, the Blue One Yongin Country Club is a 1,518,737 ㎡ golf course with 27 holes. Beautiful works by Douglas Nickels, a renowned figure in the world of plastic arts, can be found throughout the golf course and around tees.