Seoul has various

different types of parks. These include ecological parks designed with the preservation of certain rare types of flora and fauna in mind, and its small and medium-sized parks that provide an environmentally-friendly setting with diverse fun faclilities for the whole family.

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This park is located near the Seoul World Cup Stadium and is made up of five smaller parks: Pyeonghwa (Peace) Park, Haneul (Sky) Park, Noeul (Sunset) Park, Nanjicheon and Naji Hangang Park. Pyeonghwa Park, a symbol of the peace and harmony of the world, is the flagship park of the five and was built in memory of the first World Cup Soccer Finals of the new millennium. Haneul Park is the highest in location of the five, while the sunset viewed from Noeul Park is especially beautiful. Nanjicheon Park features a natural creek where diverse plants grow. Nanji Hangang Park, located on the banks of the Hangang, features various sports and leisure facilities.

Pyounghwa Park (446,000)

The entire Pyoungwha Park stands as a symbol of the peace that is achieved when humans make the effort to coexist harmoniously with nature. In particular, the park consists of UNICF Plaza, a futuristic open space, and Nanji Lake, which is a tributary of the Han River measuring 24,000 square meters. Various aquatic plants live in the lake. Himang Forest, created from the Planting of 10 Million Trees of Life, provides a wonderful resting place as well as opportunities for the public to expand their knowledge of the park and the environment in general.

World Cup Park Gallery

The entire Pyoungwha Park stands as a symbol of the peace that is achieved when humans make the effort to coexist harmoniously with nature. In particular, the park consists of UNICF Plaza, a futuristic open space, and Nanji Lake, which is a tributary of the Han River measuring 24,000 square meters. Various aquatic plants live in the lake. Himang Forest, created from the Planting of 10 Million Trees of Life, provides a wonderful resting place as well as opportunities for the public to expand their knowledge of the park and the environment in general.