Sogang University offers some great facilities. Along with the soccer field, the tennis courts are top notch. On the university's campus, you will find 5 enclosed tennis courts: 3 hard courts and 2 clay courts. A great complex of courts in Seoul! Clay or hard! Roger or Rafa!
-3 hard courts and 2 clay courts
-Courts are typically clean and well maintained
-Because there are 5 full courts, overcrowding is usually not a problem.
-There are lights surrounding all the courts.
-Although the courts are to the right of an overlooking walkway, there is a sense of privacy. The courts feel tucked away from the hustle of campus.
-As the courts are on a university campus, the students always get priority.
-Between the hard and clay courts is a small practice wall on which you can get in some solo practice.
-Both Sinchon and Hongdae are close by. Itaewon is just a few stops away on the nearby Line 6.
To see more photos, check out the Sogang University tennis photo album.
How To Get There
Where: Seoul-si, Mapo-gu, Sinsu-dong 1
Nearest subway stations:
Line 6 - Daehung Station (대흥역):
Go out exit 1. Walk straight for about 10 minutes. Sogang University will be on your right. Go in the main gate. Near the parking attendant's office is a map. The map lists all facilities in English. The tennis courts are near the front of the campus and to the right of the entrance.
Line 2 - Sinchon Station (신촌역):
Use exit 6. Walk straight for about 8 minutes. The campus will be on your left. Go in the main gate. From this point, follow the directions written above.
Posted January 22, 2015