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Yeouido Hangang Park

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"Yeouido Hangang Park, located in the heart of Yeouido, is easily accessible via public transportation. It hosts numerous events year-round, including the Yeouido Cherry Blossom Festival and the International Fireworks Festival. The park features well-preserved natural areas and new attractions like the Water Light Square and a yacht marina. Depending on the Eland cruise package that you will avail, it could last from 40 minutes up to 70 minutes. Notable Kdramas filmed here: Beauty and Mr. Romantic (2024) Inspector Koo (2021) Squid Game (2021) Monthly Magazine Home (2021) Navillera (2021) The Penthouse S2 (2021) More Than Friends (2020) Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol (2020) The King: Eternal Monarch (2020) When My Love Blooms (2020) Abyss (2019) The Secret Life of My Secretary (2019) The Last Empress (2018-19) The Third Charm (2018) Two Cops (2017-18) Live Up To Your Name, Dr. Heo (2017) Temperature of Love (2017) Bride of the Water God 2017 (2017) Father Is Strange (2017) The Best Hit (2017) Who Are You: School 2015 (2015) My Love from Another Star (2013-14) A Gentleman’s Dignity (2012) Something Happened In Bali (2004)"
"Yeouido Hangang Park, situated along the Han River in Seoul, is a picturesque urban park with expansive green spaces, cycling paths, and recreational facilities. Among young Koreans it is the most popular spot for picnics, leisure activities, and enjoying stunning views of the river and the N Seoul Tower or Bukhansan. You can get a picnic set at Yeouinaru Station, have Ramyeon from the Convenience Store or rent a bike for a little bike ride. To rent a bike you have 2 options: 1) You can use the Seoul Public Bike System "Ttareungi". I would recommend taking the bike along the river to go to Banpo Bridge. 2) Rent a bike at the Yeouinaru Square (but keep in mind you usually have to return them at the same place) Also please note, that the "I SEOUL U" Sign in one picture is not there anymore as the city changed it's slogan to "Seoul My Soul" and therefore sadly removed all those signs. "
"The Han River, or Hangang, is the river that flows through Seoul. It’s the fourth-longest river on the Korean peninsula and has historically been an important route for trade. Now, it has become a scenic spot with pedestrian walkways, parks, and restaurants. In the summer, locals, especially young couples or friend groups, gather around the river to hang out, have picnics, or drink together. One of the most popular foods to enjoy by Han River is Ramyeon, which is available at the convenience stores around the river. Delivery food such as fried chicken and Tteokbokki (yes, Korean restaurants deliver to Han River!) is also popular. Around Yeouido Hangang Park, you can also rent bikes for small admission fees."

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