Seoul Grand Park Zoo, first zoo in the Korean peninsula, was created in 1909 by the Japanese in the former royal palace of Changgyeongung, which was under the changed name of Changgyeongweon. The zoo opened on Nov. 1, 1909 with Siberian tigers, kangaroos, ostriches, camels, orangutans, and other animals.
It had been under renovation for many months but fortunately the renovation was completed (late 2018). This is one of the biggest ZOO on the planet. To save walking, it is better to take the chair lift to the top and then walk down the hill. It is recommend you bring some water with you.
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