Seoul Olympic Park

The largest sports arenas of South Korea are located in Seoul Olympic Park. Besides the training centers, arenas, and stadiums, Seoul Olympic Park offers some places to relax and unwind.

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World Peace Gate

I think the best season to go there is during the autumn season where the colors of the leaves are vibrant. I’m really fascinated with colorful leaves. Since we don’t have four seasons in Philippines, most of the leaves there are always green.

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I wanted to go there to see the wild flower garden featured in many blogs as the autumn destination. I want to check if it is really worth the long travel time.

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It was worth it! It’s perfect for photoshoots! Good thing, I asked a friend to go with me. She likes taking pictures while I like being the subject. LOL. It’s a perfect match!

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I didn’t check the official website before going to this place. I have no idea about the Top 9 stamp tour. The top 9 spots in Olympic Park are recommended photo spots by The Photo Artist Society of Korea. After completing the stamp tour, participants can receive a small free gift.

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I was only able to see 4 out of 9 highlights of the Olympic Park. I saw the World Peace Gate, the Thumb, the Rose Garden, and the Wild Flower Garden.

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No regrets. I was so hungry. I ended up going to their buffet! Seasons table is located near the World Peace Gate. They have an excellent spread of traditional and seasonal-based dishes of grilled meats, stews, savoury pancakes and good vegetarian options.

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I was so hungry. I forgot to take a photo of the food. Take a look at my dessert!

 

Seoul Olympic Park

Address: 424 Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul
Phone: 02-410-1114
Admission Fee:
Free

How to go there: Take the Seoul Subway Line 5 and get off at Olympic Park Station.

 

 

 

 

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