World Cup Noeul Park
World Cup Noeul Park is beautiful. Rising approximately 100 meters above the rest of Seoul, there are great views to be had no matter which direction you look. To the north, you can see Bukhansan National Park. And what better way is there to play park golf, then to do so with fantastic views of the mountains of Bukhansan National Park there to distract you.
The Scouting Report
The park golf course located on top of World Cup Noeul Park is one of the most popular places to play park golf in Seoul. The course itself is not too unique, but the views to be had from the course are amazing. No matter where you are on the course, one glance to the north will reveal amazing views of the mountains of Bukhansan National Park.
The front 9 (A Course) is 500 meters in total length with a par of 33.
The back 9 (B Course) is also 500 meters long with a par of 33.
The longest holes on each course are 100 meters. The shortest hole on the front 9 is 30 meters, while the shortest hole on the back 9 is 35 meters.
|Club Rental||1,000 won|
April - November
Closed during the winter months
9:00 - 17:00. The last tee-time is 16:00. (website provides conflicting information--it says the course is open until 20:00.)
Closed on Mondays
Elsewhere on the Web
- Park Golfing on a Fine Day - by Seoul Toastmasters Club
As is typical with most regular golf courses, the maximum number of people allowed to play on a hole at a time is 4. If you have a bigger group, you will need to split into smaller numbers.
If you want to play here, you must first make reservations. Call 02-304-3212 to ask about tee times. It would probably be best to have a Korea speaker do this.
For more information, see their website. (Korean).
To see more photos, check out the World Cup Noeul (Sunset) Park photo album.
Other Things To Do At The Park
- Gaze at Sunsets
How To Get There
Where: Seoul-si, Mapo-gu, Sangam-dong
From Line 6 - World Cup Stadium Station (월드컵경기장역):
-Exit 1. Walk to the south gate of World Cup Stadium. The south gate leads directly into Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park.
-Once in Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park, you should notice a hill to the right. Look for the zig-zagging stairs that go up the side of the hill. Climb the stairs (all 290~ of them), and then follow the path to the right until you get to the park.
-Walk to the complete opposite side of the park. Descend the steps, then walk up the mountain opposite you. That mountain is Noeul Park.
Alternatively, make your way to the Nanji Camping Ground in Nanji Hangang Park. Climb the zig-zagging stairs that go up the mountain on the opposite side of the freeway.
As you can see, getting to this park is a bit complicated. Perhaps its best to just look at the map below and do the best you can on your own.
Once you do find your way to the park's main entrance on top, veer to the right upon entering the gate. You will immediately see the clubhouse on your right.
Posted November 13, 2015