The Seoul Club was established in 1904 by Emperor Kojong to foster cross cultural understanding and friendship. During the more than 110 years since its founding the Club has evolved into and remains, the only multi-national private membership club in Korea and provides family, business, social and recreational facilities to both the expatriate and Korean communities.
The Seoul Club is located in the Jung-gu district of Seoul, minutes from the downtown business area and close to major hotels and cultural attractions. Its setting, in a green belt preserve adjacent to the base of Namsan mountain and close the Seoul Tower, allows members to experience a tranquil oasis in the midst of a major metropolitan capital city.
Seoul Club is open every day except 1 January, 1 May, 1 October, Chusok Holiday and Lunar New Year.