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Incheon , 2014 Asian Games Stadium , 70,000 seats , 2013

This Stadium accommodates 70,000 seats and may be expandable to 100,000 seats considering big events such as Olympic Games and World Cup.
























Yong In (Gyeonggi) Yong In Stadium , 37,000 seats , 2015




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Hwaseong (Gyeonggi) , Hwaseong Stadium , 35,000 seats

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Ansan (Gyeonggi) Eco Dome , 32,000 seats , 2013










Daegu , Daegu Dome , 30,000 seats , 2014







Gwangju , Gwangju Dome , 30,000 seats





Seoul , Seoul Dome , 22,000 seats





Sihung (Gyeonggi) , Sihung stadium , 21,000 seats , 2012





Namyangju (Gyeonggi) , Namyangju New stadium , 21,000 seats , 2012







Incheon , Sungui Arena Park stadium , 20,700 seats , 2011













Jinju (Gyeongnam) , Jinju stadium , 20,350 seats , 2010





















Seoul , Guro Baseball Stadium , 20,309 seats , 2010











Kwangju (Gyeonggi) , Kwangju stadium , 20,000 seats





Yangpyong (Gyeonggi) , Yangpyong stadium , 20,000 seats , 2012








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http://cafe.daum.net/stade


 

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2014 Asian Games Sports Facilities




Main Stadium with 70,000 seats





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Songrim Arena





Seonhak Stadium





Geyang Arena





Namdong Arena

 

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Korea International Circuit (Youngam Grand Prix F1 Circuit) , 135,000 seats , 2010.7 open

The new Korean International Circuit has been designed by German architect Hermann Tilke.
The track is to be found in the South Jeolla region, 350 kilometers south of the Korean capital, Seoul.

Once finished the circuit will be 5.621 km in length, and will be made up of both permanent and temporary sections.
There will be seating for up to 135,000 spectators.











 

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What's with the insistence of having running tracks in all those stadiums?

They almost all show a football pitch, so presumably that's their main intention & they'll hope to get a K-League side.

I might understand if the reason was to provide athletics facilities for the area - but most of those projects also have another running track next to it. Crazy.
 

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yeah, most European stadiums don't have running tracks and it's not visually pleasing either when you want to concentrate on the game and it's out of fashion.
 
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