Suji-gu is a district in the northwest corner of Yongin city, Gyeonggi-do. Formally designated as a gu in 2005, it borders Bundang-gu to the south and, like its neighbor, is undergoing a population and development boom. As of October 2006, it has a population of 281,769. Upon completion of the Bundang line extension, part of Suji and Yongin will be accessible via the Seoul subway.
Tancheon stream begins in Yongin, and runs through parts of Jukjeon before reaching Bundang and ultimately the Han River in Seoul. The stream is lined with walking and cycling paths, with many small exercise areas, benches, and pavillions along the way.
Bars and Restaurants
One of the most popular foreigner-friendly bars is the local Wa Bar (store profile and map, both in Korean).
There is of course a wide variety of Korean restaurants offering an innumerable number of different dishes. Those craving western food can visit McDonald's, KFC, or Subway sandwiches Link Builder.
Health and Fitness
Prices listed are often the rates for the shortest memberships. Monthly rates decrease as the number of months increase. Check the links for details.
The yet-unopened Jukjeon Station on the Bundang Line is connected to an E-Mart. A Shinsegye department store opened in 2007 near said E-Mart.
monument, circa 12th century
There is no shortage of accommodation in Suji. Here is a list of motels, hotels, and pensions in the area. Remember, the relative closeness to downtown Yongin and to Bundang-gu allow for other lodging options, if need be.