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Thursday, 20 March 2014

Jungnang Camping Forest, Seoul Jungnang-gu: Camping inside the National Capital of Korean Republic

First loli post... I guess.
The Jungnang Camping Forest opened on November 20, 2010 in Mangu-dong san 56-7 beonji, Seoul Jungnang-gu - as a development restricted zone wherein greenhouses, etc., were set up to repair damaged areas and man-made facilities were kept to a minimum so that families and student groups could enjoy picnics in a way that is much closer to nature in this environment-friendly park.

It offers excellent amenities for family visitors with a Family Camp Zone, Youth Culture Zone (equipped with reading rooms, meeting rooms, and cultural facilities), Ecology Learning Zone and Forest Experience Zone.

There are 47 campsites for family visitors; each site is equipped with an outdoor table, a barbecue grill, and electric outlets. Other amenities include outdoor spa facilities, a café, a grass square, a fountain pond, a farm learning center, children’s playground, resting spots, observation decks, and fitness facilities.

Additionally, it has a small-scale outdoor stage mainly for teenage performers.The camp site includes grassy field, barbecue grill, outdoor tables, spa (for bathing), and individual shower stalls. The family camp zone is especially of note, since it has maximum capacity of over 200 persons at one time including tent setup and even its own parking area. It is conveniently located by the entrance to Station K122: Yangwon Station on the KORAIL-JungAng Line of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway System (수도권전철/Sudogwon Jeoncheol) for those using public transportation.