Incheon’s Hwadojin Skating Rink reopens after 6 years, 2,000 won per hour

Hwadojin Skating Rink, a popular winter attraction in Incheon, will reopen for the first time in six years.Dong-gu, Incheon, announced on Dec. 13 that it will hold an opening ceremony and Christmas tree lighting ceremony for Hwadojin Skating Rink at 5 p.m. on Dec. 20 at Bukwang Plaza, Dong Incheon Station.The skating rink will be open for free only from 5 to 11 p.m. on the day of the opening, and will then charge 2,000 won per hour until Feb. 15 next year.

Previously, the Hwadojin skating rink first opened in December 2015 with a 1,800-square-meter ice rink, a sledding rink and a concession stand that can accommodate up to 400 people.The rink has been so popular that 60,000 to 70,000 citizens visit it every year since its opening, but it closed for the last time in December 2017 when its business expenses were cut entirely, citing the inappropriateness of spending so much money on a one-time event.Dong-gu, however, has reallocated 580 million won to the project to make it easier for residents to enjoy winter sports in the center of the city, which has fewer sports facilities.”We decided to reopen the skating rink because it was a popular attraction in Dong-gu that tens of thousands of citizens visited every year, and we believe it will help revitalize 카지노사이트킹 the local economy,” said a Dong-gu official.

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