Introduction

Naksan Park gets its name from its camel hump-like appearance. In Korean ‘nakta’ means camel and ‘san’ means mountain. So people refer to the park as Nakta Park or Naksan Park. The mountain is a
solid granite bedrock. The Joseon royal family enjoyed the natural beauty of the granite mountain, but during the Japanese Colonial Period, a hasty manner of urban planning resulted in the demolition of most parts
of the mountain. In an effort to save the remaining green belts, Naksan was designated as
a park on June 10, 2002. Located in the center of the Seoul, this historical and beautiful park allows its visitors to view the magnificence of the entire city.

 

Address: 

41, Naksan-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul[Google Map]

 

Closed: 

N/A (Open all year round)

 

 

Homepage: 

parks.seoul.go.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese,
French, Spanish)

 

 

How To Use

 

Parking Facilities: 

29 parking spaces

 

 

Transportation

 

[Subway]
Hyehwa Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 2.
- Go straight for 200m, then turn left onto Dongsung-gil Street.
- Go straight for 200m, then turn left at Lock Museum.
- Walk straight for 50m, then turn right onto Naksan Gongwon-gil Street.
- Follow the same street up the hill for 300m to arrive at Naksan Park.

 

 

Additional Info

 

Admission Fees: 

Free

 

Available Facilities: 

Hiking trail (1,010m), historical discovery path (935m), Biudang resting place, Hongdeogibat farm, observation deck, badminton court, basketball court, exhibition halls, playground, convenience store, pavilion, senior
citizens' center

 

Restrooms: 

Available

 

Parking Fees: 

300 won per every 10 min.

 

zipcode: 03085

infocenter: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-2148-2842

opendate: June 12, 2002

usetime: 24 hours (Naksan Exhibition hall: 09:00-17:00)

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