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  • Ttukseom Hangang Park & J-Bug Culture Complex

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    The Ttukseom Hangang Park, previously drawing attraction for being home to the Gangbyeon Recreational Park prior to the creation of the Hangang Park, stretches 11.5 km from the Seoul Clock to the Jungnangcheon Bridge. Recreational water sports are actively flourishing in the park vicinity, as of late, providing residents a breath of fresh air, amid the enjoyment of a passionate, youthful ambience.
    The J-Bug Culture Complex is Ttukseom’s Hangang Park’s observatory and culture zone that provides an area of culture-infused leisure for visitors, while also serving as a stage for amateur artist performances. The J-Bug is a symbolic structure that promotes public interest in Ttukseom Hangang Park, and was created to bolster an increase in rest areas, amenities, and culture spaces for visitors’ enjoyment.

    [Ttukseom Hangang Park] Address: 139, Gangbyeonbuk-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul
    Facilities Available: Exercise facility, fishing zone, bike path & swimming pool, cruise ship dock
    Directions: Exits 2 & 3 of Ttukseom Resort Station (Line 7)
    Inquiries: 82-2-3780-0521

    [J-Bug Culture Complex] Address: 97-5, Jayang-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul
    Directions: Connected with exit 3 of Ttukseom Resort Station (Line 7)
    Admissions: Free
    Operation Hours: 1st Floor – (March – October: 10 a.m. – 12 a.m. / November – February: 10 a.m.-11 p.m.)
    2nd & 3rd Floors – (All year round: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.)

    Gongpyeong Historical Sites Museum

    Gongpyeong Historical Sites Museum

    Gongpyeong Historical Sites Museum

    Gongpyeong Historical Sites Museum

    Gongpyeong Historical Sites Museum

    Gongpyeong Historical Sites Museum

    Gongpyeong Historical Sites Museum

    Gongpyeong Historical Sites Museum