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Indoor Recreation Seoul
For expat parents/carers with pre-school children.
Come along and make new friends, have a chat and a coffee, while your child has fun with other children, toys, stories, crafts and more!
We meet every Tuesday and Thursday from 10.00 - 11.30am at Seoul International Baptist Church, Haebangchon (between Itaewon and the Namsan 3 tunnel ). When you come from the Namsam 3 tunnel driving south, it is located directly after the tunnel on your right. When you come from Itaewon it is located on the left side of the street before the Namsan 3 tunnel.
This playgroup uses donations to buy new toys, art supplies and other needed materials. The suggested donation is 2.000 KRW or 2 USD per session.
For more information you can contact:
Jessica Winters at Jessica@foreigndestiny.com
Pamela Richards at email@example.com
Large indoor playground with many climbing tubes, ball pits, slides, trampolines, a bouncy castle, video games, karaoke room and a movie room. There is also an area sectioned off for younger children with some small slides. There is a food court area with several Korean dishes. They also offer pizza, corn dogs, French fries, hamburger steaks, ice cream and drinks. There is also a McDonald's around the corner if you would prefer that. The website is www.kinderand.co.kr (Korean). Located at Hwajeong Station (#316 Line 3). Go out exit 2. There are several large buildings on your left side when you exit the subway. There is a large sign for Kinderand near the top of one of the center buildings. Kinderand is located on the 5th floor of that building. Cost is W9,000 per child. Adults are free.
Store with an indoor playroom. The store is similar to Lotte Mart, E-mart, or Wal-mart. There is also a large grocery store. There is a large food court with many varieties of Asian foods plus a McDonald’s and a KFC. The playroom will allow you to leave older children while you shop if you leave a phone number. The playroom is located on the 2nd floor on the back wall of the food court. It is located at Mullae Station (#235 Line 2) Exit 4. Cost for the playroom is W3,000 per child. Adults are free. www.homeplus.co.kr (Korean)
Store with an indoor playroom. The store is similar to HomePlus (mentioned above). The playroom is a little smaller than HomePlus’. It has a food court (all Asian foods). At Space 9 there is a Pizza Mall, Popeye’s, and Lotteria and many other food choices. Space 9 also has a large movie theatre. The playroom is on the basement level by the food court. Located at Yongsan Station (#135/K132 Line 1)
Dangdaemun Market, 5th floor
These restaurants offer a variety of foods (Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican along with salads, pizza, spaghetti, grilled food and steaks). They have children’s playrooms in the restaurants. There are several locations around Seoul, including Coex Mall, Next to the Ice skating rink at Lotte World, Apkujang, and Gangnam. www.marche.co.kr
On the 8th floor in Shinsegae in Gangnam (close to Mariott hotel) there is a babycafe where you can have a cup of coffee while your child is playing. Very nice place and newly renovated.