Sledding at Ttukseom Hangang Park

CONTRIBUTED BY NENA MANTZOROU

Korea--Ttukseom Hangnang Park--Koreaye.com

Ttukseom Hangang Park has a year-round theme park that operates a swimming pool in summer, an amusement park in the spring and autumn and…guess what?…

A snow sledding hill in the winter!

Last week, my daughter’s school organized a trip to ‘Supia Park’ in Ttukseom Hangang Park and a few parents were asked to help supervise the kids so we could follow. Everyone was so excited for snow sledding in the City!

All the kids, teachers and mummies had an amazing time there, although it was a usual freezing morning in Seoul.

Korea--Ttukseom Hangang Park--Koreaye.com

That morning, as we went early around 9am, there was no cafeteria or little café area if you wanted to drink something or rest for a while somewhere warm, but we were informed about that and brought some water with us and obviously we managed to stay warm under the clothes…hohooho

There were two snow hills: one for young kids and one higher for bigger kids and adults’ fun! This is from where somebody could slide down the hill with the rubber bouncy rings.

Korea--Ttukseom Hangang Park sledding hill--Koreaye.com

There were also some men who were working there and were helping the kids while they were coming down from the hills in order to prevent any possible bounce between the rings.

Korea--Ttukseom Hangang Park sledding hill--Koreaye.com

The kids could carry each other’s snowboard or drag their friends as there were ropes at the edges of the boards.:)

Further down, there was another area where you could take these plastic snowboards where the kids really enjoyed it and was awesome fun too!

Korea--Ttukseom Hangang Park snow--Koreaye.com

Everything was super safe for kids!

Korea--Ttukseom Hangang Park sledding--Koreaye.com


Ttukseom Hangang Park

Hours:
Sledding runs from Dec 14-Feb 16th
Sledding hill hours are 9am-6pm

Admission:
5,000 won sledding, 8,000 for a day pass which includes amusement park rides and 4-D theater. Children under 3 years old are free.

Address: 112, Jayang3-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul-si
서울 광진구 자양동 112

Directions:
By subway, Ttukseom-Resort Station (Seoul Subway Line 7), Exit 2 or 3.

By bus, Take bus 2014, and get off at Noyu Nadeulmok (노유나들목).
Take bus 2221, 2222, 2223 or 2415 , and get off at Jayang Yukgammun (자양 육갑문)

By car, Parking available:  1,000 won for first 30 min., 200 won for each additional 10 min.

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