Located in the area near San93 of Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Montmartre Park was initially a wild forest filled with groupings of acacia trees, later cut down for use. In 2000, as part of Seoul Metropolitan Government's redevelopment, this hilltop was turned into an accessible public area for community residents to come for rest and leisure.
This hilltop has come to be nicknamed "Montmartre" due to its close proximity to the nearby French-styled village, where roughly 600 people have come to form a little provance including international schools, boulangeries, wine shops and exotic restaurants. For the same reason, people started to call this neighborhood Montmartre, symbolizing the nostalgia of the French people.
* Total area site: 24,690m²
* Park area: 20,054m²
N/A (open all year round)
Open all year round
Free of charge
Sports facility, playground
Permitted (only when leashed and accompanied by owner carrying a waste bag.)