Songdo Central Park and Lake Incheon Wood

The new international city of Songdo in Incheon, South Korea contains a number of interesting places to visit. One of the best during these summer months is Central Park. Songdo Central Park covers an area a little over 100 acres and has a number of different yet interesting features. The park was completed back in 2009 and was loosely based / modeled on New York’s Central Park. It’s easy to access and a great place to visit during these hot summer months, here are a few photos as well as more details on what’s on offer;

Pictures of the Park and Lake / River

Firstly the park itself offers a peaceful place to walk around and the pictures show a nice contrast between the modern city and the tranquil park.

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Pictures of the Canoes, Boats and Bikes

One of the activities on offer in Central Park are Canoe and boat rental for use on the lake, as well as bike rental for us around the park. Here are a few pictures including a price guide (subject to change);

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Pictures of the Songdo Deer

Songdo Central Park is home to a small herd of deer, although they don’t provide much entertainment it’s an interesting aspect of the park;

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Map, Directions and Links

Songdo Central Park is located towards the north of new Songdo, Incheon and accessible by both bus and subway. If you’re traveling by subway arrive at Central Park Station on the Incheon Line and take exit 4, the park entrance is right there. If you’re traveling via bus a number stop at the University of Incheon Station which is also basically next to the park. Here is a map;

Official Page

Finally

If you have any questions or comments regarding Songdo Central Park or the Songdo area of Incheon in general please feel free to let us know, either via email, our Social Media Homes or by commenting below.

Tim & Jeonghye
Modern Seoul
tim@modernseoul.org

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