Children's Grand Park (어린이대공원) is located in Gwangjin-gu, Seoul. It occupies over 560,000 square meters, and includes numerous flower gardens and sculptures, a zoo, an amusement park, and several pavillions and picnic areas. It opened on Children's Day (May 5), 1973, and was considered the first park dedicated to children in Korea.
There is a botanical garden, a small water park, an ecological pond, zoo, and a large barefoot walking path at Grand Children's Park. Concerts are held at an outdoor auditorium, and there is a wedding hall on site. In the winter there are areas for sledding.
In addition to the permaent attractions, each year there are four festivals, one for each season. The Spring Flower Festival is held between April 2 and May 28. Each summer, from July 16 to August 29 is a festival devoted to lrees, and in autumn, from October 1 to November 15 is the Falling Leaves Festival. From December 11 to December 31 is a festival called "Making Winter Memories."
The park's entrance is across the street from Sejong University. It is also within walking distance of Konkuk University.
The park is accessible by the Children's Grand Park Station on line 7 of the Seoul subway.
Entrance to Grand Children's Park is free, although there are fees for some sections of the park. Please visit this site (in Korean) for pricing information.