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Activity GYEONGGI-DO SUBWAY TOUR - Line 3, Line 4, Line 7


A main image of Gyeonggi-do Tour for each subway line with drawings of three people getting ready to do tour.



an image means subway line 3.


1. Daehwa Station - KINTEX

Left: A front view of Kintex building with various national flags. / Right: a photo of a tour exhibition with lots of booths held in Kintex.


KINTEX, one of the largest convention centers in Asia, holds numerous world-famous fairs and exhibitions including the Seoul Motor Show, the Korea Industry Fair and the K-BEAUTY EXPO KOREA, as well as major international conventions and exhibitions.


Exit: Exit 2 of Daehwa Station

Address: 217-60, Kintex-ro, Ilsanseo-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: Varies at each exhibition facility.

Admission: Varies with each event.

2. Juyeop Station - One Mount

A photo of a water slide in the water park of One Mount.



You can enjoy a water park, a snow park, a shopping mall, and a sports center at One Mount. Notably, the music video for the Gentleman by singer PSY was shot in the water park with its thrilling indoor and outdoor attractions and slides. The snow park is open throughout all four seasons on the theme of the ‘Santa Village of Northern Europe’ and offers visitors the opportunity to experience sledging, skating, an aurora show, etc.


Exit: Exit 2 of Juyeop Station

Address: 300, Hallyu world-ro, Ilsanseo-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: Snow Park and Water Park (Weekday 10:00~18:00, Weekend 10:00~19:00)

Admission: KRW 50,000 (varies according to the season)

3. Jeongbalsan Station - Ilsan Lake Park 

Left: A photo of the Metasequoia Tree Road. / Right: An open view of the rose garden in Ilsan lake park.


Ilsan Lake Park, the largest artificial lake in Asia, is surrounded by a thick forest of more than 200,000 trees, and features a bicycle road, a children’s playground, a music fountain, and a Nature Learning Center among other attractions. It is visited by thousands of citizens of Goyang at weekends. Visitors come to enjoy the view of the sunset from the Hanul Square, which is decorated with the flags of all nations, after a stroll along the Metasequoia Tree Road.


Exit: Exits 1 and 2, Jeongbalsan Station

Address: 595, Hosu-ro, Ilsandong-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: Always Open


4. Jeongbalsan Station - La Festa 

An open view of La Festa crowded lots of people.


La Festa, the first street-type complex shopping mall in Korea, is composed of six five-story buildings packed with fashion outlets, prop shops, theme cafes, restaurants, a theater, etc. The 300m-long pedestrian road serves as a ‘culture street’ where street performances are held frequently.


Exit: Exit 2 of Jeongbalsan Station

Address: 32-34, Mugunghwa-ro, Ilsandong-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: 10:00~23:00 (Some shops are open till midnight)

5. Samsong Station - Let’s Run Farm Wondang 

A photo of clean and spacious Let’s Run Farm Wondang with huge greenish fields.


At the Let’s Run Farm, visitors will see a picturesque scene of horses grazing in a vast field. The place was used as an obstacle course ground during the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, and later as a horse ranch. Nowadays it is known as Let’s Learn Farm Wondang and is a popular place for family outings.


Exit: Exit 5 of Samsong Station

Address: 233-112, Seosamneung-gil, Deogyang-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: 09:00~17:00 in summer; 09:00~16:30 in winter (Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays, and traditional holidays)

Admission: Free





An image means subway line 4.



1. Seoul Racecourse Park Station - Let’s Run Park Seoul


A photo of Pony Land in Let’s Run Park Seoul. There are various sculptures of halls and facilities for children.


Let’s Run Park Seoul is both a racecourse and a park where visitors can enjoy the sport of horse racing. Why not observe the horses’ condition before they race and try to predict their results? Enjoy encouraging and cheering for the horses and jockeys during the races. The Park has many things to see and enjoy including the Lucky Photo Zone, a family course, and a course for couples.


Exit: Exit 2 and #3 of Seoul Racecourse Park Station

Address: 107, Gyeongmagongwon-daero, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: Park: Always Open / Racecourse: 09:30~17:00, on Friday and 09:00~17:00 on weekends

Admission: KRW 2,000 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, free on other days.

2. Seoul Grand Park Station - Seoul Land 

A front view of the entrance of Seoulland. you can see a roller coaster over the entrance.


A theme park located in Seoul Grand Park, Seoul Land features dynamic rides including the Shot Drop, which drops rapidly at a speed of 85kmh, the Sky-X for sky jump being connected with a cable, etc. Festivals are held there all year round, including the Flower Festival, Character Festival, Water Festival, and Halloween Festival.


Exit: Exit 2 of Seoul Grand Park Station

Address: 181, Gwangmyeong-ro, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: 09:30~21:00 on weekdays, 09:30~22:00 on Saturday, 09:30~21:00 on Sunday, 09:00~22:00 on public holidays.

Admission: Daytime Entrance Ticket: KRW 20,000; Day Free Pass KRW 40,000; Night Entrance Ticket KRW 20,000; Night Free Pass: KRW 30,000


3. Seoul Grand Park Station - Gwacheon National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

An open view of exterior of planetarium in the Gwacheon National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.



The Gwacheon National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art exhibits various modern art works including paintings, architecture, and sculptures. The work titled ‘The More the Better” by Paik Nam-June (exhibited in the central lobby) and the “Singing man” by Jonathan Borofsky (outdoor sculpture park) are the main symbols of the museum. The ‘Festival Marque’ is held every year with Cheonggyesan Mountain in the background.


Exit: Exit 2 of Seoul Grand Park Station

Address: 313, Gwangmyeong-ro, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: Mar. ~ Oct. 10:00~18:00 (Sat.: 10:00~21:00) / Nov. ~ Feb. 10:00~17:00 (Sat.: 10:00~21:00) / Closed every Monday and Jan. 1

Admission: KRW 3,000




4. Indeogwon Station - Baegun Lake

An open view of a bridge over Baegun Lake surrounded by mountains. It feels very silent and calm.


Situated at the foot of a mountain, the clean Baegun Lake is the perfect place for a date or family outing. Visitors can row around the lake on a boat or experience the thrills of water skiing. There are many restaurants famous for their delicious food and cafes with a good view in the local neighborhood.


Exit: Exit 2 of Indeogwon Station

Address: 113-7, Hakhyeon-ro, Uiwang-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: Always Open

Admission: Free


5. Ansan Station - Ansan Special Multicultural District 

Two foreigners are looking around strange food to them in Ansan Special Multicultural District. It feels like a country street food market.



Wongok-dong in Ansan is a ‘borderless town’ inhabited by many immigrant workers from diverse countries. On weekends, many foreign nationals visit the area for shopping and the whole street changes into a large international market. Most of the restaurants here use foreign ingredients and spices, which create the impression of being in a foreign country.


Exit: Exit 1 of Ansan Station

Address: 16, Damunhwa-gil, Danwon-gu, Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: Always Open



An image means subway line 7.



1. Gwangmyeongsageori Station - Gwangmyeong Speedom

An open view of interior of Gwangmyeong Speedom. On the ceiling there are flags of faces of each year's winner.


Gwangmyeong Speedom, the world’s largest velodrome, is an asymmetrical circular structure similar in shape to the helmet of a cyclist. Indoor bicycle races are held here all year round. Visitors can enjoy various leisure sports at the outdoor futsal pitch, Pedal Square, and Bicycle Roller Experience Center, etc. Bicycles can be repaired free of charge (for designated models) at the bike rental shop.


Exit: Exit 4 of Gwangmyeongsageori Station

Address: 721, Gwangmyeong-ro, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: Bike rental 12:30~17:00 (varies at each facility)

Admission: Free

2. Gwangmyeongsageori Station - Gwangmyeong Traditional Market 

A photo of interior of Gwangmyeong Traditional Market  full of Korean traditional market flavor. There are various kinds of food markets and lots of people.


Gwangmyeong Traditional Market, the representative market of Gyeonggi-do, is busy day and night. Its many stores sell all sorts of delicacies from vegetables grown at local farms to fresh marine products transported from famous production areas. Noodle soup, mung bean pancake and other delicacies are sold in the gourmand alley, which is popular among consumers with a limited budget.


Exit: Exit 10 of Gwangmyeongsageori Station

Address: 12-1, Gwangmyeong-ro 918beon-gil, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: 10:00~22:00 (varies at each store)


3. Chunui Station - One Million Rose Park

A photo of 'LOVE' letter sculpture among the beautiful roses in One Million Rose Park.


The One Million Rose Park is thus named because literally one million roses bloom out of 150,000 trees in the park. Roses of diverse species and colors come into bloom at the start of summer in June. Visitors can appreciate the fragrance and the magnificent spectacle offered by a million colorful roses as they walk up the hill.


Exit: Exit 7 of Chunui Station

Address: 99, Seonggok-ro 63beon-gil, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do (Dodang Park)

Opening hours: Always Open

Admission: Free


4. Samsan Gymnasium Station - Korea Manhwa Museum 

Left: A front view of the exterior of the Korea Manhwa Museum. / Right: A side view of exterior of the Korea Manhwa Museum and a robot character set next to it.

The Korea Manhwa Museum shows the history of Korean cartoons from their first appearance in 1909 to the present day. The museum is composed of a Permanent Exhibition hall, a
 Manhwa Experience Hall, a Manhwa Experience Hall, and an Animation Cinema. People of all ages can indulge their love of reading cartoons in the Manhwa Museum.


Exit: Exit 5 of Samsan Gymnasium Station

Address: 1, Gilju-ro, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

Opening hours: 10:00~18:00 (Admitted until 17:00 and closed on every Monday, Jan. 1 and traditional holidays)

Admission: KRW 5,000