|Transportation||The south gate of KINTEX > Go straight to Lake Park Road > Turn left at the Samsung Laqville buliding > Lafesta|
|Description||A variety of events and festivals are held in the Culture Street of Lafesta.
Lafesta is a supersized mall with 6 units in total, over 20,000 pyeong of total ground area, that is located in each side of the Culture Street with the length of 300m and the maximum width of 28m.
Lafesta consists of businesses that have been strictly vetted and carefully selected after a thorough analysis of consumer lifestyles; for example, ethnic eating and drinking places, beauty shops, clinics, game arcades and character shops appealing to the taste of the N-generation.
|Transportation||On foot and by car – Janghang Crossroad > Towards Munchon Unit 19 Crossroads|
|Description||A City Paradise
As the biggest artificial lake park in the East, Lake Park is becoming popular for citizens in the metropolitan area, including Goyang, as a new recreational space with a variety of facilities and natural scenery on its 300,00 pyeong (9,917,400 square meters) site - for example a waterside square, an artificial island, a medical herb island, a nature education center, an octagonal pavilion, an outdoor stage, a marina, bicycle paths, a botanic garden and artificial waterfalls.
|Transportation||It is located inside the Ilsan Lake Park.|
|Description||Enjoy a romantic time with the Singing Fountain.
The Singing Fountain, one of the main attractions of Goyang-si, is not an ordinary music fountain, in which the music is automatically linked to it, but a creative work of art requiring exceptional interpretative ability and sensitivity from the producer; the music is individually created and given form, while lights and various other effects are matched to it.
|Description||A vacation spot in nature
The “Haengju Fortress” was built during the Three Kingdoms Period of Korea. The fortress is popular as a historic place where General Gwon Yul defeated 300,000 Japanese invaders with only 3,000 Korea Soldiers in February 1593 in what is now called the “Great Haengju Victory.” At the time, there were only 2,300 Korean soldiers while there were 30,000 Japanese soldiers. It was named Haengju Fortress as there is a story that says women carried stones with their haengju skirts during the battle. Currently, the castle does not exist; you can only find the entrance.
|Description||Baengma Anygol, the street that preserves the memories of Baengma Village from 1980’s.
Baengma Anygol is a leisure complex which is formed with different attractions and restaurants that families can enjoy including unique live music cafes, traditional pubs, large restaurants, sauna, golf club, fishing hole, and sledding slope.
|Description||Cultural Theme Park of Latin American Art
Cultural Center of Latin American Art is a cultural platform which has the local remains of Latin America. The Center consists of a museum, gallery, and an outdoor sculpture park where you can enjoy the sculptures made by artists from 12 different Latin American countries.
|Description||Beautiful and dense trail
Seosamreung became a site of royal tombs as Hoereung and Hyoreung was placed, after that, royal tombs of concubines, princes, and princesses were established. The site came to be called Seosamreung after Yereung which is the royal tombs of Cheoljong and his wife Queen Cheolin was joined. The trail that connects the toms is beautiful and dense, which makes it perfect site to take light walks in.
|Transportation||It is located at the same site as Seosamreung.|
|Description||A Visit to a European Plain
Wondang Horse Ranch is a location which greets visitors with its tree-lined road filled with hybrid Suwon poplars which grow up to 300m. It is a location often featured in TV dramas, music videos, and advertisements. The white fences that contrast with the vast plain and green field, along with low hills that draw smooth curves make it feel as if you are visiting a European ranch.
|Description||Haeyiri Village, a 'Culture' that is made with city, buildings, nature, and life.
Haeyiri is a cultural art village where different cultural genres communicate with each other in one place. Established in 1997, Haeyiri is spread out over 150,000 pyeong where 370 authors, artists, movie directors, architects, musicians and other artists remain as members and created homes, workshops, art museums, museums, and galleries. The village is still under construction, but 100 buildings have already been built and in service. The cultural space will be completed with about 300 buildings in the first half of 2008.