Dongdaemun Baseball Stadium

Dongdaemun Baseball Stadium
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Dongdaemun Baseball Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Seoul, South Korea. It is currently used mostly for baseball games. The stadium holds 26,874 people. The stadium was built in 1959. It was closed in late 2007 and will eventually be replaced by a new ballpark.

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Coordinates: 37°34′0.22″N 127°0′33.29″E / 37.5667278°N 127.0092472°E / 37.5667278; 127.0092472

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