Esports has become an iconic piece of Korean pop culture. Starting in 2018, the company that created the most popular online game right now, League of Legends, created a venue for the professional players and fans to enjoy together. They called it LoL Park.
In LoL Park, you can find a 450-capacity arena, with seats so close you can see player’s screens. There’s a 100-seat luxury PC bang, where you can find tons of gamers enjoying a game with friends in the heart of Seoul. Cafe Bilgewater, named after a city in the lore of the game, serves up drinks and snacks to enjoy while roaming the exhibition center, which displays the short, but rich League Champions Korea (LCK) history.
Cafe and Exhibits: 10 am – 7 pm
PC Bang – 24 hours
Game times: Match 1 – 5pm / Match 2 – 8pm
Gran Seoul Building – Jonggak Station (Line 1) Exit 1.
Address: 33 Jong-ro, Cheongjin-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul
You can find tickets for LCK matches on Interpark.
Tickets go on sale 1 week before match time, and cost around 10,000 won.
Picture courtesy Riot – lolesports
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