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  • Gaehwa Neighborhood Park

    Gaehwa Neighborhood Park

    Gaehwasan Mountain 's original name is Juryongsan Mountain. According to a legend of the Silla Dynasty, every September 9, an ascetic whose name was Juryong climbed the mountain with several kids and had a drink, and this is why the mountain was called Juryongsan Mountain. Right on the spot where the ascetic had a drink, a strange flower bloomed, and people began to call the mountain Gaehwasan Mountain (meaning blossom).

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  • Gungsan Neighborhood Park

    Gungsan Neighborhood Park

    Gungsan Mountain is also known as Seongsan Mountain, Gwansan Mountain and Jinsan Mountain. This mountain is known for Yangcheongoseong Fortress Site, Yangcheonhyanggyo Local Confucian School and Soangnu Pavilion where Gyeomjae Jeong Seon, the great painter of the Joseon period, created his masterpieces during his term of office as the governor of Yangcheon.

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  • Bongjesan Neighborhood Park

    Bongjesan Neighborhood Park

    The mountain is called Bongjesan Mountain (meaning "crying phoenix") as it looks from above as if a crane is sitting on top of her eggs. The main peak of the mountain is Maebong Peak. This mountain is also known as Neungdongsan Mountain, Maebongsan Mountain, Sudangsan Mountain and Hwagoksan Mountain. The name Neungdongsan Mountain can be found in the manuscript of Haedong Map made in the 1760s.

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  • Ujang Neighborhood Park

    Ujang Neighborhood Park

    Ujangsan Mountain is located in the center of Gangseo District. It is a mountain park within the city that remains in harmony with forests, art spaces and sports facilities. The name Ujang originates from the ritual for rain held by the governor of Yangcheon to overcome periods of drought. The ritual used to be ceremonially held three times. When the third ritual was held, people prepared their raincoats as they believed the rain would come on that day, and this is why the mountain is called Ujang (raincoat).

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  • Banghwa Neighborhood Park

    Banghwa Neighborhood Park

    Banghwa Neighborhood Park was named after Banghwa-dong, which means the village next to Gaehwasan Mountain with the fragrance of flowers all year round. The place was designated as a park in December 1990 and created as a park linked to the Banghwa housing development project.

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  • Guam Neighborhood Park

    Guam Neighborhood Park

    Around the park is Heogabawi Rock, Seoul Monument No. 11. The park is home to various attractions, including the legendary Gwangjubawi Rock, the statue of the great doctor Heo Jun sitting and treating a patient, a lake, a pavilion, and amusement facilities for kids. This park is a favorite with local residents for the comfortable shelter and amenities it offers.

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  • Kwongogae Neighborhood Park

    Kwongogae Neighborhood Park

    Located at 110 San, Banghwa-dong, Gangseo-gu, at the riverside of the Hangang River, it offers an exquisite natural environment. Despite the challenging topography, the adjacent Banghwa Neighborhood Park features various amenities.

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  • Yeomchang Neighborhood Park

    Yeomchang Neighborhood Park

    In the historic literature related to Yeomchangsan Mountain, the name of the mountain is marked as Jeungsan Mountain. The name "Jeung" means "fishing out." It originates from a story: ships containing grains paid as a tax often sank near Yeomchangsan Mountain on their way to Yongsan via Ganghwa Bay. The name Jeungmi (meaning "fishing out sunken grains") originated from those who lived in this area and fished out such grains. Jeungmisan Mountain was later shortened to Jeungsan Mountain.

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  • Gongamnaru Neighborhood Park

    Gongamnaru Neighborhood Park

    The park's name, Gongamnaru Neighborhood Park, comes from Gongamnaru-gil, which is the name of the path between the park and Guam Neighborhood Park. The park stretches along the 88 Olympic Expressway and its 1.5km-long trail covered with elastic rubber is a favorite course for walkers and joggers. The drain site around the park has sports facilities, and the park is adjacent to Guam Neighborhood Park, Heo Jun Museum and Hangang Park.

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  • Hwanggeumnae Neighborhood Park

    Hwanggeumnae Neighborhood Park

    The park stretches along the 88 Olympic Expressway and its 700m-long trail covered with elastic rubber is frequented by many walkers and joggers. The drain site around the park has sports facilities, and the park is adjacent to Yeomchangsan Mountain, Gayang Reservoir sports facilities and Hangang Park.

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  • Wondang Neighborhood Park

    Wondang Neighborhood Park

    The park was created by the Korea National Housing Corporation as part of Deungchon Housing Development Project and was donated to Gangseo-gu. It is called Wondang Neighborhood Park as it is close to the Wondang Intersection. It is a small park primarily for local residents. Its 150m-long trail covered with elastic rubber and a 60m-long bare foot acupressure trail allow visitors to enjoy exercise and a chance to relax.

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  • Deungchon Neighborhood Park

    Deungchon Neighborhood Park

    The park was created by the Korea National Housing Corporation as part of Deungchon Housing Development Project and was donated to Gangseo-gu. The name Deungchon Neighborhood Park comes from the Deungchon Housing Development District.It is a small park primarily for local residents. Its 400m-long trail covered with elastic rubber and 80m-long bare foot acupressure trail allow visitors to enjoy exercise and a chance to rest.

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  • Seonangdang Neighborhood Park

    Seonangdang Neighborhood Park

    The park was created by the Korea National Housing Corporation as part of Deungchon Housing Development Project and was donated to Gangseo-gu. Before the housing development project, there used to be a hill between the paddy fields across from the Saemaeul Headquarters office, and on the hill used to be Seonangdanggogae Ridge. The park is named after that ridge. It is a small park primarily for local residents where people can enjoy exercise and a chance to rest.

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  • Kachisan Neighborhood Park

    Kachisan Neighborhood Park

    Kkachisan Mountain is not an independent mountain but is part of the range of mountains connected with Bongjesan Mountain. When you look toward Sinwol-ri under Kkachisan Mountain on an autumn evening, you can see golden ears of rice dancing in the wind over the never-ending idyllic fields, slightly inclined westward, and numerous sparrows and magpies flying in the sky, building their nests in the trees halfway up the mountain. The name of the mountain is said to have come from this (Kkachi means magpie in Korea). Loved by local residents, this park provides a trail created as part of the restoration of urban ecological forests, as well as sports facilities such as badminton courts.

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  • Maehwa Neighborhood Park

    Maehwa Neighborhood Park

    As part of the "Project for Creating Parks in Former Plant Sites," the park was created on the site of the former Seongjin Glass plant through investment of KRW600 million won, and opened on June 18, 1998. Adjacent to Gayang Housing Development District, the park consists of greens (1,197 m2) and trails (783 m2), totaling 1,980 m2. Its main facilities include a glass sculpture, an octagonal pavilion, square pergolas (shady shelter), drinking fountains, rattan and other chairs.

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