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Premium Marine Leisure Complex
Haeundae IPARK

Haeundae IPARK has become a landmark of the beautiful international city, Busan, and it has also become a symbol of Haeundae, well known as the pride of the city. HDC Hyundai Development Company collaborated with the international architect Daniel Libeskind for the mixed-use development project of “Haeundae IPARK.” Haeundae IPARK contributes to increasing recognition of Haeundae as a global resort destination, as well as raising the brand value of Busan.

Haeundae IPARK enables its residents to enjoy one-stop living; the complex provides spaces for living, working, and shopping. The area boasts a great natural environment with a harmony of water, wind, and sunshine, while simultaneously offering culture, shopping, and tourist attractions for people’s enjoyment.

1,631 Households
Three buildings with 1,631 households
72 floors View of Haeundae Beach
Multi-complex high-rise with 72 floors and a height of 298m
511,805㎡ Scale
Land area: 36,918, Floor-area ratio: 899%, Total floor area: 511,805
Located in U-dong, Haeundae-gu, the golden coast of South Korea.

This charming, premium marine leisure complex, with its close proximity to Haeundae Beach, Dongbaekseom Island, BEXCO, the Yacht Marina Center, and tourist complex for marine sports, rivals other international resort areas.

Harmony of Haeundae’s nature and classic Korean beauty

The elegance and power of the ocean waves, the shape of sails filled with the ocean breeze, the unique composition of camellia flowers, and the motif of delicate curves of traditional Korean temples and homes have all inspired design that captures the beauty and dynamism of the sea.

Sublimated space, a fantastic artistic experience

Peter Remedios, the world’s premier luxury hotel designer, has created a dramatic space with a modern yet elegant interior that blends art and life.

Premium Design City

Each apartment building of Suwon IPARK CITY is a unique masterpiece with a motif inspired by elements of nature, such as forests, valleys, earth, and water. Suwon IPARK CITY provides a new urban lifestyle and an unparalleled, eco-friendly landscape with an island and two natural streams, laid out among apartment buildings and connecting the complex with the outside.

Suwon IPARK CITY was the first urban development project led by a private enterprise in Suwon. The complex is the future center of the areas around Gyeongbu Expressway connecting Seoul, Suwon, and Dongtan. Through systematic planning from design and construction to sales, it is being developed as a green city of the future, with streams, parks, public and commercial facilities, and residential space.

1,000,000㎡ Scale
Premium city with massive design covering a vast area (approximately 1,000,000)
6,658 Households
Total of 6,658 households including detached houses, townhouses, and multi-family apartment buildings
470,000㎡ Neighborhood parks
Spacious parks including an ecological park, lawn plaza ,water park, sports park, etc.
2.5km Ecological streams
Two ecological streams with various waterfront facilities and rest areas run through the complex
Artistic Facade Design

The artistic façades designed by the world-renowned architect Ben van Berkel are the symbol of Suwon IPARK CITY and have been deemed masterpieces. The five unique façade designs, each with their own color plan and nature-inspired motif, contribute to maximizing the characteristics of each building and the artistic harmony of the entire complex.

This façade presents a forest motif, featuring straight trees with lush branches.
This façade presents a motif of swirling valley streams, featuring aspects of smooth, dynamic vitality.
This façade presents a motif of traces of streams on the land, featuring the warmth and stability of the earth.
This façade presents a motif of ripples from water droplets, featuring rhythmically changing patterns.
This façade presents a motif of four smoothly connecting horizontal lines, featuring a harmonious image of the sky.
45 Islands

Designed by world-renowned landscape architect Lodewijk Baljon, the islands feature themed facilities, landscapes, and colors. The communication space are specially designed for Suwon IPARK CITY.


A New Milestone of Korean Baseball
Gocheok Sky Dome

The first domed baseball stadium in South Korea, Gocheok Sky Dome is a new hub for Korean baseball and a representative sports complex in Seoul. The project started with a half-domed design, but a complete domed stadium was built in the end thanks to the encouragement of baseball fans and support from the public.

1st Domed baseball stadium in Korea
First domed baseball stadium in South Korea; opened in September 2015
365 days Sports and entertainment
A complete domed stadium for various cultural and sporting events regardless of weather conditions
18,076 Spectator capacity
Stands with general seating, table seats, seating for the disabled, diamond seats, skyboxes, etc.
67.59m Height
Five meters taller from ceiling to ground than the Tokyo Dome in Japan
Dynamic wave

Dynamic Wave, a sculpture by artist Yu Young-joo that presents a baseball motif with its main framework inspired by the seams of a baseball, is installed in front of the stadium.

Living Sports Facility

As there are commercial facilities on the basement floor, along with outdoor and indoor swimming pools, a gym, a football field, and a basketball court for residents and visitors as well as baseball fans, Gocheok Sky Dome has become a popular space for leisure in the southwest part of Seoul.

Silver Streamlined form Representing the Dynamics of a Baseball

The exterior of Gocheok Sky Dome, coming into view from a distance, resembles the appearance of a baseball rocketing forward just after being hit.

Smooth Curve of Traditional Ceramics

The beauty of the structure is derived from the smooth curve of traditional ceramics, symbolized by a continuous wave pattern and an emphasis on the integration of the façade and the roof.

Center of New Waves

It acts as the center of a new wave of sports, culture, and leisure activities spreading from southwest Seoul to the rest of the city.

Futuristic Cutting-edge Domed Stadium Applying the Best Technology from Every Field

The air inside the stadium and inflowing air are purified by a filter and circulated by an air conditioning system in the upper levels, and a temperature of 26 °C to 28 °C in the summer season and 18 °C to 20 °C in the winter season is maintained so that the athletes can give their best performance and the spectators can enjoy the game in a pleasant and comfortable environment. Also, installed for the first time in the world, a transparent sound-insulating membrane in the roof blocks noise while letting in natural light.

Optimal Space for Sporting Events Focusing on the Safety of Both the Athletes and the Spectators

The stadium features excellent facilities built based on advice for the interior and overall design from a professional design company that has worked on several American sports stadiums. Based on advice from a major league groundskeeper, the field of the stadium uses a high-quality artificial turf that is most similar to natural turf, as well as being the same turf used for major league fields. Also, the fences are made thicker so that the players can fully focus on the game.

Gateway of Busan Harbor
Busan Harbor Bridge

Busan Harbor Bridge, the last bridge section of Busan Harbor, serves as a landmark of Busan and a representative longspan bridge of South Korea. With its steel-composite, cable-stayed construction for withstanding strong winds, the bridge‘s advanced design and cutting-edge technology are a testament to Hyundai Development Company's civil engineering prowess.

The Busan Harbor Bridge was constructed to a total length of 3,331m, including the 1,114m steel-composite cable-stayed bridge and the connecting road. Two pylons 190 meters in height are installed 540 meters apart to support the bridge deck. As the height from sea level to the bridge is 60 meters, large ships of over 80,000 tons are able to pass under it.

A superior safety level is the pride of Busan Harbor Bridge, which was built using advanced technology and construction methods, such as a first-class earthquake-resistant design, diamond-type pylons, special cables with narrow diameter, and fairing that induces air flow.

3,331m Length
Longspan bridge, connecting Cheonghak-dong, Yeongdo-gu, and Gamman-dong, Nam-gu, in Busan
18.6~25.6m Width
The longest steel-composite, cable-stayed bridge in South Korea, with six lanes in two directions
60m Navigable Height
Allows large 80,000-ton ships to pass under the bridge
With first-class earthquake resistance, the bridge can withstand a 6.5-magnitude earthquake
Beautiful Night View, a Landmark of Busan

Busan Harbor Bridge brightens the city with its splendid light and has become as popular a place to appreciate the gorgeous night view as Gwangandaegyo Bridge.

Design of Diamond-type Pylons

Pylons with 160 cables supporting the bridge deck are designed in a diamond shape in order to withstand strong winds. In addition, specially designed cables (PWS) were applied to reduce the section exposed to the wind; as a result, the wind load is reduced up to 25%.

Won the 2014 Masterpiece Award of Korea Concrete Institute

The Masterpiece Award of Korea Concrete Institute is given to the structure that receives credit for excellence in the architectural and civil-engineering industries after evaluation of the structure’s aesthetics, design, and construction.

Diamond-type pylons are specially formulated for structural efficiency and lightness. In the construction process for the pylons of Busan Harbor Bridge, the automatic climbing formwork (ACF) system was used, which allows the molds to climb automatically without being separated. This also increases the quality and safety of the construction; furthermore, the layout of the cables is also well-designed.