Seoul Olympic Stadium

Multi-purpose stadium in Seoul, South Korea.

- Seoul Olympic Stadium

83 related topics


Football at the 1988 Summer Olympics

Played as part of the 1988 Summer Olympics.

Romário, top scorer of the tournament with 7 goals

At the end of the group stage, the top two teams advanced to the knockout stage, beginning with the quarter-finals and culminating with the gold medal match at the Seoul Olympic Stadium on 1 October 1988.

Seoul World Cup Stadium

Stadium used mostly for association football matches.

It is currently the second largest stadium in South Korea after Seoul Olympic Stadium, and is the 2nd largest rectangular stadium in Asia.

Seoul E-Land FC

South Korean professional football club based in Seoul which plays in the K League 2.

The club is owned by the E-Land Group and plays at Mokdong Stadium, as their original home, the Seoul Olympic Stadium, is under reconstruction until 2025.

Seoul Sports Complex

Group of sports facilities in Songpa-gu in Seoul, South Korea.

The complex consists of the Olympic Stadium, Auxiliary Stadium, Jamsil Arena, Jamsil Baseball Stadium, Jamsil Indoor Swimming Pool, Jamsil Inline Skating Rink and the Sports Park.

1988 Summer Olympics

International multi-sport event held from 17 September to 2 October 1988 in Seoul, South Korea.

Emblem of the 1988 Summer Olympics
Kim Won-tak (athlete), Chong Son-man (teacher) und Son Mi-jong (dance student) during the lighting of the 1988 Summer Olympic cauldron
Fireworks at the closing ceremony of the 1988 Summer Olympics
Seoul Olympic Stadium
Countries boycotting or absent from the 1988 Games are shaded blue.
The official Olympic Torch used during the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul
The World Peace Gate in Seoul
Jamsil Indoor Swimming Pool
Seoul Olympic Park in autumn
Erich Buljung shows a silver medal he won in the 10m air pistol competition at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Participants (blue nations had their first entrance)
Number of athletes sent by each nation
Gold medal of the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul

Seoul Olympic Stadium – opening/closing ceremonies, athletics, equestrian (jumping individual final), football (final)


Capital and largest metropolis of South Korea.

"Seoul" in hangul
The Fortress Wall of Seoul
The Han River at sunrise
According to the Environmental Performance Index 2016, South Korea ranked 173rd out of 180 countries in terms of air quality. More than 50 percent of the populations in South Korea are exposed to dangerous levels of fine dust.
Seoul City Hall
Districts of Seoul
Gangnam Commercial Area
Yeouido, the main financial district of Seoul.
Myeong-dong is one of the most popular destinations in Seoul.
Bukchon Hanok Village, a traditional Seoul village built during the Joseon era
Sungnyemun (commonly known as Namdaemun)
Lotte World Tower
The National Museum of Korea
The War Memorial of Korea
Myeongdong Cathedral
Seoul Botanic Park
Han River Park
KBS headquarters in Yeouido, Seoul
Seoul Olympic Stadium
Fireworks at the closing ceremonies of the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul
Seoul buses
Seoul Station
KTX Sancheon
Entrance of Seoul National University
Gyeongbokgung, the main royal palace during Joseon Dynasty.
Changdeok Palace, one of the five royal palaces during Joseon Dynasty.

The Olympic Stadium, Olympic Park, and Lotte World are located in Songpa District, on the south side of the Han River, upstream from Gangnam District.

Kim Swoo-geun

Prominent South Korean architect, educator, publisher and patron of artists.

His representative works include "SPACE Group building" (공간 사옥, 1978), "Masan Yangdeok Catholic Church" (마산양덕성당 1979), "Jinju National Museum" (진주국립박물관 1986) and "Olympic Main Stadium" (올림픽 경기장 1987), which feature his characteristic view of architecture as well as Korean traditional elements.


South Korean boy band that was created by SM Entertainment in 1996.

The Osmonds

Within that same month, H.O.T. became the first K-pop group to perform at the Seoul Olympic Stadium, where 72,000 fans saw them perform.

Jamsil Baseball Stadium

Baseball stadium located at 25 Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea.

It makes up the Seoul Sports Complex along with the nearby Seoul Olympic Stadium, and hosted the baseball events during the 1988 Summer Olympics.

1988 in association football

The following are the association football events of the year 1988 throughout the world.

Cameroon defeated Argentina in the first game of the 1990 World Cup

October 1, 1988 – Soviet Union wins the Olympic gold medal in football by defeating Brazil: 2–1 after extra time in Seoul's Olympic Stadium.