Ttukseom Hangang Park was well known as a riverside recreation area even before Hangang Park was created. Various water sports like wind surfing, water skiing, and motorboat rides are available at the park for enjoyment of romantic and youthful activities amid the river breeze. The riverside park is also famous for its outdoor swimming pool as well as bicycle and paddle boat rentals. Ttukseom Hangang Park is a popular picnic destination that is frequented by citizens from spring to autumn, and it is a must-visit date course for couples!
Banpo Hangang Park is located at the southern end of the Hangang River, and in 2008, the 1,140-meter-long (570 meters from the upper to lower stream) Moonlight Rainbow Fountain was registered in the Guinness World Records as the longest bridge fountain in the world. The fountain creates a beautiful scenery with every spout of water and offers various things to see and enjoy like the seven colors of the rainbow.
Banpo Hangang Park is also home to various sports facilities, including an inline skating hub and a soccer field, and visitors can appreciate the spacious sky that stretches out over the open waters of the Hangang River against Seoul’s skyline.
Come experience the day and night of Ttukseom Hangang Park and Banpo Hangang Park for an experience that appeals to all five of your senses.
Ttukseom Hangang Park: 139, Gangbyeonbuk-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul
Banpo Hangang Park: 40, Sinbanpo-ro 11-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul