Taereung Country Club which is located at Gongneung-dong 230-30 beonji, Seoul Nowon-gu is a part of Joseonese Royal Tomb of Taegangneung which contains the bodies of Queen Munjeong of Papyeong Yoon Clan (Taereung) and King Myeongjong with his consort, Queen In-soon of Cheongsong Shim Clan (Gangneung) respectively.
This golf course is opened in 1966 with 9 holes. Later in 1970, it is upgraded into full pledged 18-hole golf course. Korea Military Academy a.k.a Hwarangdae, Seoul Women's University, Sahmyook University and Taereung National Village are located near to the country club. Taereung National Village is a famous place for Korean people because almost all Korean sports players exercise and practice for sport events such as the Olympics here in 1988.
Taereung CC is accessible by using SMRT Line 6 to Station 646: Hwarangdae, Entrance to Seoul Women's University/화랑대역 (서울여대입구)/花郞臺驛 (서울女大入口).