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Seoul World Cup Stadium
The Seoul World Cup Stadium was constructed to host games for the 2002 FIFA World Cup and continues to be a major part of the Korean sporting scene.
Daehak-ro (sometimes spelled Daehangno) is Seoul's theater and performing arts district.
Opened in 1988, Seoul Land is Korea's first comprehensive theme park and is composed of five different themed areas: World Plaza, Samcheoli Land, Future Land, Fantasy Land, and Adventure Land. Seoul Land features about 40 different rollercoasters, as well as a fantastic laser show in the evenings and seasonal festivals.
Gocheok Skydome is the largest capacity stadium in South Korea. In addition to sporting events, arts events such as concerts and awards ceremonies are also often held here.
Myeongdong Real Gun Shooting Range
The Myeongdong Real Gun Shooting Range is an indoor live firing range located in Myeong-dong.
MBC Garden Studio
MBC Garden Studio is a special studio that has glass walls which allows visitors to watch recordings at MBC.
KBS, public broadcasting station located at Yeoeuido has facilities of the main building, new building, KBS hall, and KBS On.
KBS ON (Exhibition Hall)
KBS ON is Korea's first dedicated broadcasting exhibition hall in Korea.