3 famous baseball stadium in Korea

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As you might know that Baseball in Korea is a popular sport in Korea, Koreans people love watching baseball matches. There are many baseball stadium for you to visit and experience how fun the baseball is!!

Let us take you to the 3 famous baseball stadiums in Korea

Mokdong Stadium (목동종합운동장)


Mokdong Stadium, located in Mok-dong, Yangcheon-gu, was opened on November 4, 1989 to accommodate an increasing number of people who want to work out in Seoul. It houses a soccer field, baseball field, figure skating rink, as well as a traditional game field at the Jungang plaza. Also, it has an indoor shooting range and fitness club. The main stadium is comprised of a soccer field and an athletic sports stadium, spanning over an area of 16,233㎡ and is able to accommodate up to 16,000 people. The ice rink covers an area of 6,018㎡ and can accommodate up to 7,000 people. Not only are there the usual on-ice activities such as ice hockey and figure skating, ice ballet performance is also held in the stadium. The stadium is used for a diverse range of sports, as well as, a daily work out place for nearby residents.

Structure Size
Main Stadium: 13,455㎡
Baseball Stadium: 16,233㎡
Ice Rink: 6,018㎡
Maximum Occupancy
Main Stadium: 22,000 seats
Baseball Stadium: 16,000 seats
Ice Rink: 7,000 seats
Subsidiary Facilities
Fitness club, cafeteria, restrooms
Parking Facilities
600 parking spaces
Parking Fee
* Timed parking
Small- & mid-sized vehicles: 200 won per 10min.
Large-sized vehicles: 600 won per 10min.

* Monthly parking
Small & Mid-sized vehicles: 50,000 won
Large-sized vehicles: 150,000 won
Omokgyo Station (Seoul Subway Line 5), Exit 3.
Go 80m forward, and cross the road.
Turn right, and walk 600m towards Mokdong Stadium.

571, 603, 6624 or 6637

Hanbat Sports Complex (Baseball Stadium) (한밭종합운동장 야구장)


Opened in January 1964, the Hanbat Sports Complex is the home stadium of the professional baseball team, the Hanwha Eagles. Situated in Busa-dong, Jung-gu, Daejeon, the sports complex consists of a main stadium, tennis court, Ssireum (traditional Korean wrestling) area, swimming pool, and roller skating rink.

The baseball stadium has a capacity of 10,156 spectators and a 1.5-meter-high fence, making it one of the most hitter-friendly ballparks in Korea. Thanks to renovations completed in April 2000, the stadium now measures an additional 5 square meters and boasts new convenience facilities such as a cafeteria, restrooms, and a playground. As an added bonus, stores overlooking the infield and outfield are outfitted with glass walls, giving spectators an excellent view of the game.

Structure Size
Land area: 11,385㎡
Structure: 1,712㎡
Maximum Occupancy
10,156 people
Subsidiary Facilities
Cafeteria, restrooms, children’s playground
Main Facilities
Main stadium, swimming pool, tennis court, gateball court, athletic field
Parking Facilities
Jungangno Station (Daejeon Subway Line 1), Exit 3.
Take bus 604 and get off at Hanbat Sports Complex.

From Daejeon City, take bus 2, 33, 52, 513, 604.
Get off at Hanbat Sports Complex

Busan Sports Complex (부산종합운동장)


Established in 1986, the Busan Sports Complex features the main stadium, Sajik indoor swimming pool, an indoor gymnasium, Sajik Baseball Ground, and an athletes’ training center. The main stadium was the venue for the 2002 Asian Games and several matches during the 2002 FIFA World Cup. The Sajik Baseball Ground is home of the Lotte Giants, and seats up to 28,500 people. The Busan Sports Complex regularly hosts international sporting and cultural events, while providing excellent facilities for personal as well as group training.


Structure Size
Asiad Main Stadium: 92,707.22㎡
Sajik Swimming Pool: 18,149.87㎡
Indoor Gymnasium: 31,041.00㎡
Sajik Baseball Ground: 36,406.30㎡
Gymnasium: 1,842.36㎡
Indoor Drill Field: 3,513.00㎡
Maximum Occupancy
Asiad Main Stadium: 53,769 seats
Sajik Swimming Pool: 3,000 seats
Indoor Gymnasium: 14,099 seats
Sajik Baseball Ground: 28,500 seats
Gymnasium: 436 seats
Indoor Drill Field: 600 seats
Parking Facilities
Parking Fee
* Operating Hours: 06:00-22:00
1) Sajik Station (Busan Subway Line 3), Exit 1.
2) Sports Complex Station (Busan Subway Line 3), Exit 9.

10-1, 12, 19, 44, 50, 57, 80-1, 111-2, 131, 189-1 or 1002

Don’t miss it to enjoy watching baseball in Korea~!!


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