The Seoul Stop


Skate Parks


Seoul Forest


Skate Parks

Seoul Forest Park
서울 숲 공원


Seoul Forest Park

Seoul Forest Park is one of Seoul's premier parks. It is big, spacious, and provides an amazing variety of ways to be entertained. Whether you are looking for an escape from the big city and into the "forest" or looking for a way to exercise, there is a good chance you will be able to find your cup of tea here in this park.

The Scouting Report

The skate park at Seoul Forest Park isn't that big or exciting. It won't entertain any serious skaters out there for long. However, it is better than nothing. It is a good place for beginners just wanting to get used to skating up, over, and down various features.

The Park's Features

  • Quarterpipes
  • Boxes
  • Kickers
  • Rails
  • Spine
  • Ramps

An oval skate track loops around the skate park.

Seoul Forest Park

The Seoul Forest Park Skate Park


The location has a great relaxing vibe. It is good place to go to and not take yourself too seriously.

It is close to stuff.

It is spacious.


It is far from nearest subway station. That ain't fun.

All of the features are a bit small and low.

It is more of a children's skate park than a skate park for serious skaters.

Nearby Sports and Recreation


Son, this skate park is free. Don't even try to pay anything.

Cool Down

There are two giant, can't miss towers next to the skate park. At the base of the towers are several places to find food and drinks.

Extra Information

**You can rent inline skates and bicycles at the rental shop near Seoul Forest Park gate 5.**

Photo Gallery

Check out the Seoul Forest photo album to see more pictures of the area.

How To Get There

Where: Seoul-si, Seongdong-gu, Seongsu-dong

From Bundang Line - Seoul Forest Station (서울숲역):
-Leave through exit 3. Turn right at the first intersection. The park will appear on your right. Look for the two tall buildings that hover over the park. The skate park is right next to those towers.

* * * * * * * * * *

Originally posted June 8, 2015
Updated September 29, 2015

Find another skate park