Seoul Grand Zoo is the biggest zoo in South Korea. Open to the public since 1984, Seoul Grand Zoo is a part of Seoul Grand Park and includes an amusement park, a museum of modern art, a rose garden, and a separate children’s zoo.
Home to lions, rhinos, tigers, flamingos, meerkats, parrots, and many other species, the zoo’s large open spaces aim to give animals as much room and freedom as possible.
How to get there:
Subway: Seoul Grand Park Station (line 4), Shuttle bus to the art museum and upper park entrance.
Children under the age of 5 get free entry
Seniors: 65 and older get free entry
30% discount for groups of at least 30 people
(Mar~Oct) : 09:00~19:00
(Nov ~Feb) : 09:00~18:00
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