Running Man Thematic Experience Center Insadong
Start off in the training zone to learn how to collect R-points, then go! Tasks range from running as fast as you can and screaming as loud as you can, to solving puzzles and finding your way out of various mazes. Players are awarded badges or certificates depending on the number of points earned.
Book your ticket ahead of time to skip the entry line. For extra savings, combo tickets including entry to CGV Incheon Mission Race or Poopoo Land are also available.
Things to Know Before You Go
Pants are recommended, as there’s a variety of physical activity.
Some activities have minimum height requirements.
Children under age 13 must be accompanied by a guardian.
Put your possessions in a locker before starting the experience.
Although announcements are in Korean, there are signs in English and Chinese.
Food and drink aren’t allowed inside.
How to Get There
Located in Insadong, Running Man is easily reached by subway. Take Line 1 to Jonggak station (Exit 3) or Jongno 3-ga station (Exit 5), or Line 3 to Anguk station (Exit 6).
When to Get There
Running Man is open daily, year-round. It’s busiest on weekends and public holidays—for fewer crowds, go early on a weekday.
Other Immersive Experiences
Seoul offers a number of fun, immersive attractions. In addition to Running Man, check out Dynamic Maze, Alive Museum, Trickeye Museum Seoul, Poopoo Land, and CGV Incheon Mission Race.
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