Parc de Paris has one full court and two shoot-around areas. The full court has an urban feel to it. Whether it has a French feel should be decided by the players. Boris Diaw et Tony Parker, où êtes-vous?
This basketball court is useful if you just want to shoot around. It's not a place you're likely to find a decent game of pick-up ball though.
Parc de Paris itself is a nice park.
If you're interested in some post-basketball food and drinks, Mokdong Station has an underrated restaurant/bar scene.
To see more photos, please visit the Parc de Paris Basketball photo album.
Parc de Paris is about 1.1 - 1.2 kilometers from Omokgyo station.
-Come out exit 2 and walk straight for 20 meters until you reach a four-way intersection. Take a left.
-Walk about 40 meters until you see a street (Mokdongseo-ro) to your right. Cross the road and walk down this street.
-Walk down this street for 920 meters. Parc de Paris will appear on your right.
**About 150 meters after you take a right onto Mokdongseo-ro, another park will appear on your left. This is Omok Park, not Parc de Paris.
There are quite a few bus stops that sit around Parc de Paris. You can take a bus to any of these stops and walk into Parc de Paris. Here are a few of the bus stops with buses that stop at them:
-Bus stop: Mokdong #2 (15-106)
-Buses: 163, 571, 603, 5630, 6617, 6620, 6623,6624, 6627,6637, 6640A
-Bus stop: Mokdong #3 (15-907, 83-026)
-Buses: 163, 571, 603, 700, 6018, 6627, 6637
-Bus stop: Mokdong #5 (83-018, 15-152)
-Buses: 163, 571, 603, 700, 6624, 6627 6637
-Bus stop: Parc de Paris (15-993)
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Originally posted January 15, 2015
Updated January 23, 2016