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Jeju World Cup Stadium

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Jeju World Cup Stadium

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Tigersim wrote a review Oct 2018
Singapore, Singapore620 contributions31 helpful votes
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2nd time at jeju and 2nd time visiting this stadium, the building is huge! You can see it from far away. Worth the go
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Sam wrote a review Sep 2016
Nuremberg, Germany10,437 contributions993 helpful votes
Really nice design for the stadium, volcano like. Brazil & Paraguay played here in 2002 FIFA WC. Close to the beach. Small but beautiful field.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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kimahrikku wrote a review Jun 2016
Seoul, South Korea98 contributions71 helpful votes
Except if you're a soccer or stadium fanatic, I wouldn't make a huge detour to go there, but if you have some time and are in the vicinity, it can be interesting. The stadium itself isn't all that huge (35,000 seats), but it's fairly modern and has a truly beautiful roof that looks like a canopy. There are things to do in the structure of the building (cinema, restaurants), but make sure to actually get Inside the stadium, which you can do freely and was a pleasant surprise for me. I guess it would be nice to go there on a match day but I didn't have this opportunity.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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Ashley T wrote a review Jun 2016
Fort Myers, Florida, United States37 contributions14 helpful votes
I wouldn't go out of my way to see it but it is fun walking through the place. There are still some shops and a small waterpark/spa that only opens fully in the summer. Very quiet almost ghost town type of feel. Go karts are near by to if your into that
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Date of experience: May 2016
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EC-HK wrote a review Nov 2015
Hong Kong273 contributions138 helpful votes
Have been to other football and the Olympic stadiums like the AC Milan one and those in Beijing, however, this one in Jeju is nothing. Firstly the signages are lousy. We followed the sign to the tour assembly but it turned out to be hall with different consignments and room vividly for the mainland Chinese tours. The stairs and inside the Sex Museum which is located on the second floor is dark and primitive. Interesting it was accessible by a stair in the middle of the carpark. But seeing the lightings as well as the Admission Fee notice printed on a torn A4 paper put on the window of the counter, we had no mood at all to enter into the museum. There is a spa land and other shops in the premises, but the signage is not updated, still indicating shops that were already closed. The stadium has become a low-class event hall instead of holding information and the class of a worldwide event. The only good thing about this site is that it is free. We entered onto the seating area without seeing any guard or staff, but we got very disappointed especially compared with the AC Milan museum and stadium.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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