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Masterpiece

One of the best indoor baseball stadiums in the world. the stadium is so big and wonderful. it is... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2020
buali13
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Manama, Bahrain
Organized Staff, Sound Just Okay

Came here to see U2. - Was very impressed with the organization of the general admission line... read more

Reviewed 22 December 2019
oak2wn
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Oakland, California
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Reviewed 30 August 2016 via mobile

Amazing park. MLB quality. Can't wait to visit again for the pool play of the next World Baseball Classic. 50k fans can fit easily

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed 28 July 2016

Spacious place with comfortable seating. Facilities are excellent and modern with fantastic wi fi. Good location too.

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank Kristink01
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Reviewed 29 June 2016

We visited the Skydome to see a Baseball game between the resident team - Nexen Heroes - and the Hanwha Eagles (from Daejeon). The stadium is easily accessible by the metro, about 400m walk from Guil Station on Line 1.

The stadium is huge, if you are arriving by taxi or car , you will see it from a good distance away. Reminiscent of the famous Bird's Nest from the Beijing Olympics. Corridors and stairways are wide and seats comfortable, with built in cup holders.

The design means that you get a good view from anywhere in the space. Can't comment on acoustics for concerts, but announcements were easy to hear at the game. Toilets on every floor and plenty of food outlets on the ground level, although I would advise doing what most locals do and buy your fried chicken outside the stadium, where it will be cheaper.

We loved the Skydome. Would also thoroughly recommend going to a Baseball game whilst you are in Korea; the atmosphere is so enthusiastic and fun, prices are affordable and it will completely change your outlook on the game.

Date of experience: June 2016
Thank FiftyFifty5050
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Reviewed 26 April 2016 via mobile

Went to my first baseball game last weekend and had a great time! Baseball is a bit different in Korea than the U.S. And seemed to have a little less energy. It's definitely not boring though. They even have cheer leaders haha. One of the most unique things to me was that you can bring outside food and drinks so we stocked up on none other than beer and chicken. Unfortunately our team lost 0-14 but had a blast!

Date of experience: April 2016
Thank Cbrooks0304
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Reviewed 15 November 2015

The ballpark will be the home stadium for the Nexen Heroes from the 2016 season. I got to go for an exhibition game between Cuba and Korea on its opening day and some of the problems with the stadiums were noticeable right away.

Even with only 18,000 seats, almost a third of the seats are in the outfield far from the action. The luxury seats take up most of the lower level infield so even when the stadium is full, it doesn't seem all that lively. The seats are extremely uncomfortable with little leg room. Some sections are up to 35 seats wide making it difficult to go in and out of your seat if you're sitting in the middle of the section. There are bars sticking up about a meter high in the upper deck seats obscuring views for the first four or five rows in every upper section. To top it all off, it's not in the most convenient area of Seoul (extreme western part).

The novelty of being the first indoor baseball stadium wears off pretty quickly. If you want to catch a game in Seoul, go to Jamsil Stadium instead.

Date of experience: November 2015
Thank thelonious22
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