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Except if you're a soccer or stadium fanatic, I wouldn't make a huge detour to go there, but if you have some time and are in the vicinity, it can be interesting. The stadium itself isn't all that huge (35,000 seats), but it's fairly modern...More
I wouldn't go out of my way to see it but it is fun walking through the place. There are still some shops and a small waterpark/spa that only opens fully in the summer. Very quiet almost ghost town type of feel. Go karts are...More
Have been to other football and the Olympic stadiums like the AC Milan one and those in Beijing, however, this one in Jeju is nothing. Firstly the signages are lousy. We followed the sign to the tour assembly but it turned out to be hall...More
Here was held the biggest event of the 2002 Korean and Japan Football World cup. The stadium blends in well with its surroundings, reminiscent of a small volcano in shape. The 6 pillars inside the ground represent the 6 continents.
In rooms around the stadium,...More
Jeju World Cup Stadium is certainly worth stopping by if you are in the area. It looks superb from the outside and can be seen from a distance as you come down the hill from Seogwipo.
Main entrance is open allowing you to walk in...More
This stadium had an awesome design. I wouldn't travel far to see it but it was on the way so I popped it. I couldn't go inside so viewed from behind the gate. I can imagine watching a game their would be great