21 Oct 2015 | Seoul, South Korea —
Danny and I visited Haneul Park almost 2 weeks later after its annual eulalia (silver grass) festival last October 10 to 17, 2015. Haneul or Sky Park (하늘공원) is one of the 5 theme parks in Nanjido, where it has been known to be the city’s dump site around 1978 to 1993.
There were still quite a large number of visitors although a couple weeks had passed the festival. Upon arrival, there was no entrance fee but, we purchased a round-trip ticket ride for both of us. Hiking is another option and it could take at least 40 minutes to do that while the ride is only for 10 minutes.
When we reached the top, this view welcomed us:
It was a hazy and breezy day. Nonetheless, we took lots of photos and just enjoyed our time.
Thank you for reading! ‘Til next time~
Address: 95 Haneulgongwon-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul
Direction: World Cup Stadium Station (Seoul Subway Line 6), Exit 1. About 30-minute walking distance.
Operating Hours: (OPEN DAILY – Restricted during the hours below)
January 20:00, February 20:30, March 21:00, April 21:30, May 21:30, June 22:00, July 22:00, August 22:00, September 21:00, October 20:30, November 19:30, December 19:30
Entrance Fee: FREE
Website: (Korean only) worldcuppark.seoul.go.kr