Originally opened with the intention of using the space as a baseball stadium in 1987, part of the facilities house an artificial ice skating rink that is open to the public year round (unless there’s an event or a competition). With 5,000 seats for spectators and the capacity to fit 1,000 skaters on the ice, events that take place here include figure skating, short-track speedskating, ice hockey and other shows. Kim Yuna’s won a few championships so let the space inspire you to do a few twirls and spins. There’s also a baseball stadium, shooting range and a plaza within the facilities if you’re looking for an all-sports weekend.
4,000 won (weekend 5,200 won), ages 13+ 3,500 won (weekend 4,500 won), ages 12 and under 3,000 (weekend 4,900), two-hour skate rental 3,000 won (hourly extensions 1,000 won).