Opened in 2015, Gocheok Skydome is located in Gocheok-dong, Guro-gu. Built as part of the effort to expand the number of public sports arenas and cultural facilities capable of hosting a wide variety of events, Gocheok Skydome is the first domed baseball stadium in Korea and features 18,076 seats. As such, it is a complex capable of hosting various sports and cultural events for visitors to enjoy all year round.
Built in 1963, Jangchung Gymnasium is the first indoor sports arena in Korea. Located in Jangchung-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, it served as the venue for the judo and taekwondo events of the 1988 Summer Olympic Games, as well as amateur basketball games and professional wrestling matches.
The Seoul World Cup Stadium, located in Sangam-dong, was opened on December 27, 2001,for the 2002 Korea/Japan FIFA World Cup. The Seoul World Cup Stadium hosted the opening ceremony and the opening match.
This baseball stadium located within Jamsil Sports Complex was opened in July 1982 – the unforgettable year when Korea won the Baseball World Championship.
Seoul began constructing Mokdong Stadium in June 1987 to meet the ever-increasing demand for a sports facility due to the city’s rising population.