Hangang (River)


Data base date : February 8, 2017

Gwangnaru Hangang Park, located between Gangdongdaegyo and Jamsilcheolgyo, is made up of naturally sandy plains from the upper region of Hangang and a large colony of reeds. Well-known for preserving the natural landscape of Hangang, Gwangnaru Hangang Park is the only water source protection area in Seoul that also provides clean water. Boating and other water activities are strictly prohibited. The lush green shrubs in the north Achasan and the reed field, which spans for up to 2 km in Hangang riverside, create a breathtaking view.

  •      Area size : 1,554,810 ㎡ / length: 12 ㎞ (from the borderline of Seoulto Sungnaecheongyo)
  •      Location : 83-66, Seonsa-ro, Gangdong-gu, Seoul (637-6, Amsa-dong)
  •      Tel : +82-2-3780-0501
Facilities Information
  • Bike theme park: 124,000 ㎡, biking area, racing field, children’s playground, rail biking field, children’s bicycle training field
  • Gwangjin bridge observatory: overlooks Gwangjin Bridge pier, Hangang, Walkerhill, Amsa Ecology Park
  • Sports facilities: 3 soccer fields, 4 volleyball courts, 6 basketball courts, 2 tennis courts, 2 fitness centers, inline skate rink, 4 gateball courts, and 1 X-game area
  • Swimming pool: accommodates1,200 people (open from July to August)
  • Bike lane: 7.9 km (5.7 km for bikes and pedestrians, 2.2 km for bikes and motor vehicles)
  • Gwangjindaegyo Observatory
  • Lower side of Gwangjindaegyo
  • Jamsilmaru Lounge on upper side
    of Gwangjindaegyo
  • Silver grass path