Hanumul Well is located within Hoamsan Mountain Fortress (San 93-2 Siheung-dong, Geumcheon-gu), National Heritage No. 343.
63, Doksan-ro 36na-gil, Geumcheon-gu, Seoul
Being the only traditional temple in Geumcheon-gu, Hoapsa Temple was built by Buddhist monk, Muhak, in 1393 (2nd year under the reign of King Taejo of Joseon). The temple houses Seoul City’s Cultural Properties Materials No. 8, Seokyaksa Seated Buddha.
278, Hoam-ro, Geumcheon-gu, Seoul
It is a reproduction of the living space of the female workers at the Guro Industrial Complex, which was so small and dense that it was often called a "chicken coop house" or a "bee hive house.”
17, Beotkkot-ro 44-gil, Geumcheon-gu, Seoul
This will be the first domed baseball stadium to be located in Gocheok-dong. Expected to be completed by February 2015, the baseball park will be a multi-cultural facility that offers concerts, recreational facilities, and cultural space in addition to holding baseball games.
430, Gyeongin-ro, Guro-gu, Seoul
Opened in June 2013, Pureun Arboretum is a huge park (103,354 square meters) in 43, Hang-dong, Guro-gu. It is not only the first arboretum in Seoul, but also an environment-friendly arboretum that harmoniously intermingles with the existing natural landscape and reservoir.
240, Yeondong-ro, Guro-gu, Seoul