For an amazing day trip away from the hustle and bustle of Seoul, head down south to an area called Gwacheon. It is easily accessible from Line 4 (Baby Blue subway line). Our adventure started at Seoul Racecourse Park and ended at Seoul Grand Park (a total of two stops!) Within these two stops, there are some amazing activities to do.
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I love amusement parks. There's something about them that makes me feel young. For an English teacher in Korea, riding roller coasters and eating all the delicious and overly priced snacks is a great way to spend a day off.