Mokdong Stadium (Korean: 목동주경기장; Hanja: 木洞運動場) is a South Korean sports complex located in Mok-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul. It consists of multi-purpose stadium, a baseball stadium, and an Artificial ice rink. It was opened on November 14, 1989. The main stadium hosted K League football matches from 1993 to 2001.
|Location||914 Mok-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
|Operator||Seoul Facilities Management Corporation|
|Broke ground||19 December 1987|
|Opened||14 November 1989|
|Construction cost||8.5 billion won|
|Bucheon SK (1996–2000)|
Anyang LG Cheetahs (2001)
It is a multi-purpose stadium and currently used mostly for association football and athletics and was the home stadium of Bucheon SK (Currently Jeju United FC) before they were moved to Bucheon. The stadium holds 20,236 people and opened in 1989.
Mokdong Baseball Stadium
- For details, see Mokdong Baseball Stadium.
Mokdong Ice Rink
- Mokdong Ice Rink – it was used as the filming location for Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS)'s drama Lovers in Paris, where Ki-joo, played by Park Shin-yang, and Soo-hyuk, played by Lee Dong-gun, played ice hockey. The venue was used by Asia League Ice Hockey team Daemyung Sangmu between 2013 and 2016.
- "Korean TV Drama: Lovers in Paris". Korea Tourism Organization. Retrieved 16 June 2012.
- Seoul Sports Facilities Management Center (in Korean)
- Mokdong Sports Stadium : Official Seoul City Tourism (in English)
- World Stadiums