Dream Forest

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Dream Forest, previously known as Odong Neighborhood Park, is located in Gangbuk-gu, Seoul. Renovated and reopened in October 2009, Dream Forest is the fourth largest park after World Cup Park, Olympic Park, and Seoul Forest and the first large-scale green park created in the Gangbuk area.

Major attractions of the park include Wolyeongji Pond, Grass Square, Wolgwangpokpo Falls, Aewoljeong Pavilion, Chilbokji Falls, Event Garden, Children’s Gallery, Wild Grass Garden, Deer Ranch, Exploring Path, Forest Rest, and a water park. Recently, the Changnyeongwigung Ritual House (National Registered Cultural Heritage No. 40) has been restored with other traditional landscape architectures such as a pond, pavilion and waterfall created nearby to double the genuine beauty of a traditional Korean park.

The slanted hillside which served as sleigh slopes is now a complex cultural space with Northern-Seoul Art Center that houses a fantastic-looking observatory, performance hall, book café, gallery, restaurant, jumping fountain, and children’s playground.

Tel : +82-2-2289-4000
Address : 173, Wolgye-ro, Gangbuk-gu, Seoul
Homepage : parks.seoul.go.kr
[Subway + Bus]
Miasageori Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 1.
Take Maeul Bus No. 9 or 11 and get off at Dream Forest Bus Stop.

Dolgoji Station (Seoul Subway Line 6), Exit 3.
Take Bus No. 147 and get off at Dream Forest Bus Stop.


  • Film Locations

    Drama "Iris (2009)"

  • Restrooms


  • Available Facilities

    Visitors Center (Seoul Design Gallery), observatory, performance stage, art gallery, restaurants, cafe, walking paths, etc.

  • Admission Fees


  • Parking Fees

    Small vehicles 300 won for every 10 minutes
    Buses 600 won for every 10 minutes
    * Light-weight cars, low-pollution cars: 50% off


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