Construction of the Daejeon Baseball Dream Park, which will be the new home of the Hanwha Eagles, has begun.
On the 22nd, Daejeon City held a groundbreaking ceremony for Baseball Dream Park on the site in Daejeon Hanbat Stadium.먹튀검증
Baseball Dream Park will be built on two floors below the ground and four floors above the ground (total floor area of 58,594㎡) and will open in March 2025.
Baseball Dream Park, with a total investment of 161.7 billion won, will be built as a new concept baseball stadium that analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of domestic and foreign baseball fields and reflects them in the design.
The first basement floor is for management and support facilities, the second basement floor is for lockers, indoor practice rooms, coaches’ rooms, and players’ cafeterias, and the first to fourth floors are for spectator seats and auxiliary facilities.
On the first floor, there will be spectator seats, sales facilities, a ticket office, camera room, club history hall, and a resting room.
In particular, the ‘double floor bullpen’, which separates the away and home teams, draws attention as it introduces a structure that allows baseball fans to see the bullpen situation of both teams at a glance for the first time in Asia.
It features Korea’s first asymmetrical structure, which is 99m from home to the left pole and 95m to the right pole, and an 8m high monster wall is installed on the right side of the outfield fence, while the other side is lowered to 2.4m to catch a home run hit ball, making it more dynamic. It is hoped that the match will continue.
Leisure centers such as an infinity pool, surfing zone, caravan zone, etc. on the 4th floor and outside the baseball field, as well as citizen leisure spaces such as a performance exhibition hall, children’s playground, sports experience space, lawn yard, and outdoor stage, are expected to be a space with plenty of things to enjoy. am.
Meanwhile, the groundbreaking ceremony was attended by Daejeon Mayor Lee Jang-woo, KBO president Heo Gu-yeon, active players such as Hanwha Jung Woo-ram, Chae Eun-seong, and Roh Si-hwan, and permanently retired players such as Jang Jong-hoon, Song Jin-woo, Jeong Min-cheol, and Kim Tae-gyun, who were retired from the sport.