Ttukseom Seoul Forest Park

sights / Parks & gardens

Ttukseom Seoul Forest Park information

Seoul , South Korea
+82 2 3708 2588
Getting there
Underground Rail: line 2 to Ttukseom, Exit 8
admission free
Opening hours
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This relatively new park, a 15-minute walk from Ttukseom station (don’t get off at Ttukseom Resort station!), is a very pleasant area to enjoy some time in natural surroundings. It’s large, so it’s best to hire a bicycle or rollerblades from the rental stall (open from 9am to 10pm) located by Gate 1. Lockers cost W500. The park used to be a hunting ground in Joseon times, then became a horse-­racing track and sports fields, but is now a regenerating forest. Among the trees and lakes are deer enclosures, eco areas, an insect exhibition, a plant nursery, a Lotteria overlooking a pond and fountains that shoot up from the ground, which kids love playing in. You can also cycle through a tunnel down to the Han River and along the cycleway that follows the river in both directions.