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  • Hangang Park’s Nanji Camp to Reopen in April, Remodeled in 12 Years

  • Culture & Tourism news SMG 601
    The Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) has remodeled 27,000 m2 of Nanji Camp, a popular space as an urban relaxing space, and will be operating the premises starting in April.

    The remodeled Nanji Camp’s camping areas have increased by 38% and offers various camping zones, including campfire and glamping zones, and lets users use their personal items instead of fixed tents so that they can use the area safely and pleasantly. See below for four main points about Nanji Camp that will reopen in April.

    First, camping grounds have increased, becoming more spacious and pleasant with decreased number of camping sites (from 172 to 124). However, the total capacity has decreased only slightly (from 970 to 900) as various facilities were created and arranged.

    Second, you can enjoy various camping cultures. A total of 124 camping sites will be in operation: regular camping zone (83 sites) where you can enjoy camping at a designated place; glamping zone (5 sites) where you can conveniently enjoy camping through the four seasons; and free camping zone (36) where you can enjoy camping while playing games on the lawn.

    Third, its operations have change for the safety and convenience of users. To create a sound and safe family camping culture, the cafeteria will not sell inappropriate items, such as alcohol, cooked food, and fireworks. You cannot borrow camping supplies, such as tents, canopies and barbeque grills, for personal and public sanitary concerns. Visitors who use space other than the glamping zone should prepare camping supplies themselves.

    Fourth, the fees have been adjusted. Before, it was complicated with entrance fees and rental fees, but now visitors only pay the facility usage fee. The fee is much lower than before as well.

    Hangang Park’s Nanji Camp to Reopen in April, Remodeled in 12 Years
    Hangang Park’s Nanji Camp Hangang Park’s Nanji Camp
    Hangang Park’s Nanji Camp to Reopen in April, Remodeled in 12 Years
    Zone Regular Camping Free Camping Glamping Barbeque Campfire
    2 persons
    (A)
    4 persons
    (B)
    4 persons
    (C)
    4 persons 4 persons 4 persons 8 persons 12 persons 8 persons 15 persons
    Fees (KRW) 15,000 20,000 20,000 15,000 100,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 5,000 10,000

    To visit and use Nanji Camp, make a reservation on the SMG’s Reservation for Public Service website (yeyak.seoul.go.kr). Reservations for the next month can be made on the 15th of every month and by 2 PM on the day of visit.

    For the time being, the SMG will control the total number of people being admitted and limit the number of parties according to the level of social distancing due to COVID-19. The SMG will also strictly follow the disease control and prevention procedures by checking the users’ body temperature and logging their entrance as well as making sure that users wear masks unless while eating.

    Hangang Park’s Nanji Camp to Reopen in April, Remodeled in 12 Years
    Regular Camping Zone
    Regular Camping Zone
    Regular Camping Zone (deck for 4 persons)
    Regular Camping Zone (deck for 4 persons)
    Barbeque Zone
    Barbeque Zone
    Campfire Zone
    Campfire Zone
    Glamping Zone

    Glamping Zone

    Glamping Zone