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Go-karting has been gaining in popularity in Korea, but tracks are still few and far between. For help getting information in English on any of the tracks below, contact KTO's 02-1330 helpline.

KoreaKART (aka JSKart) is located in Jamsil between Samsung (COEX) and SportsComplex stops on line 2. Go out Exit 5 or 6 of the Sports Complex Station, Stop 281. Directions: Take a right at the stop light past the Baseball Stadium going toward the Old Olympic Stadium. Take the 2nd flight of stairs down to the big parking lot below. Keep walking toward the Han River. The track is at the end of the parking lot (you'll see a lot of buses). The "sprintkart" category is a 4-stroke 200cc Yamaha engine, and JSKart calls it "sports" class. Cost is W33,000 per session. There is also a "race" kart available for rent (W45,000 per session) and it has a 2-stroke 100cc Yamaha engine.
Tel: (02) 420-3886. Website is in Korean only. 

Kart Land is located in Paju just north of Seoul in Gyeonggi Province.  Not a kart racing facility. Various family recreational option available but it's not for people who want to race. 
Tel. 031-944-9736. Website is in Korean only. 

Paju Speedpark
Recommended  by an expat who met other teams there on weekends. Currently the weekend hangout for many of the Korean go-kart teams.  Has typical 4 stroke Honda engines as well as Yamaha 2 stroke racing versions available for rent . The Yamaha rental is W50,000 and requires a track license, unless you're with a team.  Hours: 9:00AM-6:00PM. Directions: Alight at Geumchon Subway Station, Gyeongui Line, Stop K331 , then board Bus #3000, 9000 or 52 towards MoonSan.
Tel. 031-959-0420. Website in Korean only.  

Racing Park  has two locations - in Songdo City and in Gwangju. The track in Gwangju City is located near the Kim Dae Jun Convention Center Station, Exits 5 or 6. Info: 02-1688-7638. Cost: Adult W10,000/ Children W15,000. Hours: 10:00AM- 6:00PM. Website in Korean only.

Racing Park Songdo is in Inchon, Songdo Convention Center, Hall 2. Directions:  Incheon station (line 1, stop 161), exit 4 or 5.  Info: 02-1688-5366. Cost: Adults W10,000/ Children W15,000. Hours: 10:30AM-6:30PM. Website is in Korea only.

K4E Editor's Note: wants to provide the most accurate and complete information possible so if you noticed any errors or omissions on this page, please let us know at A very special thanks to our visitor D.J. who has helped updated our go-karting information.


Last Updated on 2014-04-14

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