Seoul Street Circuit

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Seoul Street Circuit

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The debut of the Seoul E-Prix on the Formula E calendar has been delayed due to COVID-19, with the first race at the Seoul Street Circuit not expected to happen now until 2022.

The Seoul E-Prix will be South Korea’s first major motorsport event since the last Formula 1 Korean Grand Prix was held in 2013. A major drawback of the Grand Prix was the five hour travel time from Seoul – something which won’t be an issue with a circuit within the capital city.

In 2018, a feasibility study was undertaken, highlighting the popular tourist area around Gwanghwamun Plaza as a potential venue. One year later, in July 2019, it was confirmed that the race would take place around the former Olympic Park, used in the 1998 Olympics. The 2.8km track is situated to the east of the city centre.

There are 19 corners at the circuit, with Turns 5 to 10 running inside the impressive 70,000 capacity Jamsil Olympic Stadium. The circuit also passes other sporting sights – with the pit-lane adjacent to the Jamsil Baseball Stadium. The event will remain on the calendar until at least 2025.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming events at Seoul Street Circuit

The 2020 Seoul E-Prix (originally scheduled to take place on May 3) was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Seoul E-Prix has not been included on the revised 2021 Formula E calendar, though it is hoped that the event will debut finally in 2022.

How to get there

How to get to the Seoul E-Prix

  • The main international airport serving Seoul is called Incheon (ICN). Located on an artificial island to the west of the South Korean capital, it’s one of the largest and best-rated airports in the world. Click here for the best ways to get from the airport to the centre of Seoul. (Seoul’s old airport, Gimpo, serves mainly domestic and regional flights)
  • The Seoul Street Circuit is located within the Jamsil Sports Complex, which hosted the 1998 Summer Olympics. Located south of the Han River, it’s well-connected to the city centre by subway. The Sports Complex Station is located on subway lines 2 & 9 (check the map below).

Where to stay

Where to stay for the Seoul E-Prix.

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Seoul is a huge metropolis with something for everyone. The district of Gangnam (made famous by Psy in Gangnam Style a few years ago) is close to the circuit and is home to many high-end hotels. Other areas to stay include Insadong, which is closer to the city’s best sights, and Myeongdong, best for shopping and restaurants.

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Circuit Map

Image courtesy Formula E

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Essentials

 CurrencyKRW
TimezoneUTC+9
Language: Korean
 Visas: More info here.
 In an emergency: Dial 112
Closest Airport: Incheon

Contact

  • 2199 Yining Rd, Jiading Qu, Shanghai Shi, China
  • +86 21 6956 9999
  • ics.sh.cn
  • F1, WEC
  • Shanghai Accommodation

Essentials

  • Currency : CNY
  • Timezone : UTC + 8
  • Language : Mandarin
  • Visas : 6-day visa free entry
  • In an emergency : Dial 110
  • Closest Airport : PVG/SHA

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