Over 106,000 trees were planted here when this park was built for the 1986 Asian Games and the 1988 Olympics. Other than nice walking paths and plenty of greenery, there are tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts; a children's playground; an outdoor wedding hall; and even a path where you can stimulate your ki energy by walking barefoot on prepared stones. (Don't worry, there's a foot bath nearby.) There is also a memorial hall for Yun Bong-gil, a famed activist against the occupiers during Korea's Japanese Imperial Period (1910-1945). The park is popular with families picnicking and visiting on weekends.