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Sogang University
서강 대학교


Sogang University
Open Spaces and Fields

Sogang University is one of South Korea's leading schools of higher learning. It is a fine school located near the exciting hotspot of Sinchon. Near the center of the campus, there is a small open space with an artificial turf surface that is perfect for low-key athletic endeavors.

The Scouting Report

Sogang University offers a great open field. Although it is mostly used for miniature soccer, it is ideal for a variety of games. Also, it is big enough to accommodate two events simultaneously. There are not many open fields in Seoul, and this one is a gem.

Sogang University

Enjoy the open area in Sogang University's campus


It is artificial turf and well maintained. Overall, it is a great place to play on.

There is a single line that runs around the perimeter of the field that can be used as a boundary marker. Aside from that and the "Sogang University" lettering, the field is void of any other markings.



Sports and Recreation Nearby

Extra Info

Sinchon and Hongdae, two areas perfect for post-game cool downs, are very close by. If Itaewon is more your speed for a post-game cool down, it is conveniently located just a few stops down the nearby line 6.

Photo Gallery

To see more photos of Sogang University's open space, check out The Seoul Stop's photo album.

How To Get There

Where: Seoul-si, Mapo-gu, Sinsu-dong 1

From Line 6 - Daehung Station (대흥역):
-Use exit 1. Walk straight for about 10 minutes. Sogang University will appear on your right. Walk into campus through the main gate. You should see a map of campus near the parking attendant's office. Facilities are listed in English. You will see that the field is right in the middle of campus.

From line 2 - Sinchon Station (신촌역):
-Use exit 6. Walk straight for about 8 minutes. The campus will be on your left. Enter through the main gate and from this point follow the same directions listed above.

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Originally posted January 22, 2015
Updated December 10, 2015

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