Daejeon hosts two first
round matches and one second round match. Designed to represent an inner court of
a Korean traditional house, it avoids any ostentatious decoration and expresses the power
of a simple and refined structure. Under the semi-closed roof is a capacity of 42,176.
Daejeon City Tour:
The best way to get a feel for a strange city, in a foreign country, is to take a guided
bus tour of the major sights. You'll then have an idea of where to go to spend a little
more time later.
Eight Scenic Places:
Yuseong Hot Springs, Gyejok Mountain, Sikjang Mountain, Gubong Mountain, Jangtae Mountain,
Bomun Mountain, Daecheong Lake and Expo Science Park are all worth a visit.
Mountains of Daejeon:
And if the eight scenic places are not enough, you can find more tranquility at some of
the other Daejeon mountains.
Parks of Daejeon:
Daejeon has some thirteen parks for visitors to enjoy some natural space.
Daejeon Bus Routes:
Buses come in two colors, blue and green. The blue buses are cheaper (600 Won) and more
crowded, especially during rush hour. The green bus or costs 1,200 Won and generally,
except during rush hours, you can find a seat. If you can read Korean and know Daejeon
reasonably well, each bus has a diagram on the side outlining its route. Unless they have
route maps in time for the World Cup, the best thing to do is ask someone.
Handles express buses to all major cities. If you like a little extra comfort, there are
deluxe buses that cost a little more than the regular fare.
Daejeon Train Station handles trains on the
north-south axis -- from Seoul to Busan. The (West) SeoDaejeon Station distributes
passengers to smaller cities and towns on the east-west axis.