World Cup Stadium


Six kilometres west of central Seogwipo, this graceful soccer stadium built for the 2002 World Cup is the centrepiece of an entertainment complex that includes a multiplex cinema, E-Mart discount store, a family water park, a paper doll museum and World Eros Museum, one of Jeju’s trio of museums devoted to sex.

Airport Limousine Bus 600 from Jeju-si stops here.

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Nearby Seogwipo attractions

1. World Eros Museum

0.06 MILES

The smallest of Jeju-do's sex-themed museums and perhaps the most artful and serious. There's a collection of world erotic art, though the lack of English…

2. Cheonjiyeon Pokpo

2.58 MILES

This popular 22m-high waterfall is reached after a 10-minute walk through a beautifully forested, steep gorge. The waterfall can be impressive following…

3. Oedolgae

2.59 MILES

This unusual volcanic basalt pillar juts out 20m from the sea and has served as a filming location for a number of Korean dramas and TV shows. The walk to…

4. Saeyeon-gyo

2.93 MILES

The attractive cable-stayed Saeyeon-gyo is a bridge at the mouth of Seogwipo Harbour, providing access to Saeseom (Sod Island), and is nicely illuminated…

5. Yakcheon-sa

2.97 MILES

Although construction of this Buddhist temple was completed in 1997, it is one of Jeju-do’s most impressive buildings. The ornate hall is filled with…

6. Saeseom

3.14 MILES

Densely wooded Saeseom (Sod Island) is ringed by a shady 1.1km trail that is a favourite spot to stroll at sunset. There is also a central public square…

7. Lee Jung-Seop Art Gallery & Park

3.16 MILES

On the street that is named after him and decorated with images from his distinctive paintings and drawings (in Fauvism style with exaggerated brush…

8. Seobok Exhibition Hall

3.55 MILES

This exhibition hall is dedicated to Seobok, who was an envoy of the first Chinese emperor, Qin Shi Huang, and chronicles his visits to Halla-san in…