CONTRIBUTED BY CHRISTINE BRUNS
I was so excited to see a new kid’s place pop up at IPark Mall called Playtime Kids Club. As you can see, I took pictures of each major section as well as the “map” from the store brochure, so everyone could get a good idea of what they offer.
There are ball pits, a bouncy bear, a sand pit, a bubble room, electronic games, a music area, a kitchen area, and a craft space. There are also plenty of places for care givers to sit.
They have attendants that help the kids and will play with them, as well.
Next door there is also a Lego room, with lots of different kits to choose from, it has its own prices, but the same hours. The baby area (shown on map) is still under construction at this time.
Dates/Hours: Open daily, 10 am – 8 pm
Admission Fee (for first 2 hours):
Children – 10,000 KRW
Adults – 2,000 KRW
**2,500 KW for each additional 30 minutes; timed using your entry stickers
Group Admission: 6,000 KRW (good only for 20 or more people)
Website: www.playtime.co.kr (in Korean only)
Phone: (02) 2012-1570
Address: 6th Floor, IPark Mall in Yongsan-gu
(in the Daekyo book store within the F-Culture Store section of the mall)
Directions and Parking:
By subway, Singyonsan Station, Exit 3
By car, Driving from Yongsan Garrison it’s about a 5 minute drive. Take Ichon/Visitor’s/Gate 13 and turn right. Keep following the road past Park Towers. At intersection w/ car dealership you’ll see Dragon Hill Spa and I’Park Mall in front of you, stay in the middle lane and cross through intersection toward mall. Parking in the lot on the left side of building (if you are facing it) would put you closest. Save your receipt so the parking will be cheaper when you leave!
Use this English pamphlet for more information about IPark: https://www.iparkmall.co.kr/file_download/malldirectory_2012eng.pdf