Hello everyone,

If you have a plan to go to the ice skating rink in Seoul, here are some recommended places to go ^^

Hangang (Han River side).


Seoul’s Ttukseom Hangang Park, on the banks of the Hangang River, is home to a sledding slope this winter.
It’s a great place for skating with panoramic view of Han river on winter. Great place for kids and family and also great view for
photographers.

Getting there:
Operating Hours: 09:00~18:00
Admission Fee : 8000won (excluding the “Electric Car” experience)
Directions: Subway Line 7 Ttukseom Resort Station Exit 2

Seoul Square.


Opening every winter until February. Nice place for young people and kids or family to spend winter time in the downtown of Seoul.

Open Hours:

Monday~Thursday, Sunday 10:00~22:00
Friday, Saturday, Holidays 10:00~23:00
Admission Fee: 1000 won an hour (Skate and helmet rentals are included.)
You should wear gloves in the skating rink.

Directions
-Subway Line 1, City Hall station, exit 3
(Walk in the direction of Koreana Hotel past Deoksugung Palace )
-Subway Line 3, Gyeongbokgung station, exit 6 or 7
(Walk in the direction of Koreana Hotel past Deoksugung Palace)
-Subway Line 5, Gwanghwamun station, exit 1 or 8
Homepage: www.seoulskate.or.kr

Grand Hyatt Seoul.


The most romantic place for couple for dating on the ice skating rink because Grand Hyatt overs a couple packages that couple may skating
together with only one price with great panoramic view of Seoul. It’s recommended to come on the sunsets or in the evening.
For those who want to propose your loved one, you are on the right time and on the right place. Don’t forget to prepare your ring, flowers and order special menu from Grand Hyatt for your romantic dating ^^

Address :
747-7 Hannam 2-Dong, Yongsan-Ku, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: 02-799-8112

Photo credits :
Seoul’s Ttukseom Hangang Park : seoulselection.com
Seoul Square : englishseoul.go.kr
Grand Hyatt Seoul : tripadvisor.ru

References :
korea4expats.com
supkorea.blogspot.com

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