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2-10, San, Dongsung-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Daehakno
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+82 2-743-7985
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Now this isn't a place I would seek out but we discovered it on our hiked uphill along the City Wall walking from Dongdaemun, the park is situated high on a ridge overlooking several Seoul neighbourhoods, so it was a great place for views. The...More

Thank kpiddy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went in the evening and there were many locals there taking photos as well. It was a long climb from Hyehwa station but the view was awesome.

Thank Sam M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This park is relatively easy to find, as it is very near HyeHwa station. The park is quite quiet, and there is a tiring climb to the 3 observations points. The summit has a very nice view of the city.

Thank weez911
Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

This is part of the old city wall in Seoul. The walk up to the wall at the top of the hill is very steep but worth the effort. From there you can walk downhill along the wall to Dongdaemun gate

Thank crazv0ice
Reviewed 22 December 2017

City walls in Joseon Dynasty still remain partially in Seoul. And this park is locating inside the remaining walls. - Locating on a hill, seniors may have difficulties. But, it's worthy of visiting with a great cityscape of Seoul and walls. - Accessible from Daehakro(Hyehwa...More

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Reviewed 12 October 2017

Not bad for a half day trip. Nice view of the city on top of the hill. The old city wall is quite well maintained but quite tiring to walk uphill. Some stairs are too steep. I came in mid April and saw some cherry...More

Thank Daeng D
Reviewed 29 September 2017 via mobile

The Naksan park is a beautiful park and is definitely an underrated place. How to reach here: hyewha station, line no 4, exit 2/3. Walk for 450 m and the park is right there. It’s ok uphill so be ready to walk a lot. Not...More

Thank ankmagic
Reviewed 19 June 2017

Had a nice walk here with my friend, stroll around and enjoy the night view. There are only few people going here.

Thank dxtch
Reviewed 5 June 2017

This was a good place to hike. It was very hot however and lots of uphill climb to get to the top. We however did this during mid-day, so the sun was strong. It is located right in the Seoul old city wall, so that...More

Thank Pearl P
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Great place to view the city, however it requires to climb a bit of a moutain to get there. Also Hyehwa district is full of cool places for eating out.

Thank mimo997
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Daehakno
Daehakno (literally "University Street") is home to a
number of famed universities, so the neighborhood is
always abuzz with university students, and a youthful,
optimistic energy permeates the air. The abundance of
restaurants, cafes, and shops cater to the younger
demographic in both taste and prices, making it a
popular meet-up area. Daehakno is also famed for its
creativity, showcased in the many amateur performances
...More
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