There are a lot of great stadiums all over Asia. From Japan, Korea, Taiwan, even China, and the Philippines baseball exists with different importance.
Japan has a lot of beautiful stadiums in one of the more popular leagues around the world.
In Korea baseball is very popular, but the stadiums are old and rundown for the most part.
Taiwan has a lot of different stadiums that are used for the professional league there.
Click on the different links below to view stadiums from the different countries. As I visit I will add stadiums with photos I take along with information about the stadiums.
Korea – Korean Baseball Organization
The Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) has a total of 8 teams competing. Two teams share a stadium so there are 7 used in the league.
Most stadiums, except for maybe 2, are old and worn down from years of use and little up keep. Most are fairly small seating from 10,000 to 15,000 fans with the biggest being Jamsil Stadium seating just over 30,000.
The first domed stadium is in the process of being built in Gocheok-dong, Guro-gu, Seoul.
Daegu Baseball Stadium – Home of the Samsung Lions (Daegu, South Korea)
Munhak Baseball Stadium – Home of the SK Wyverns (Incheon, South Korea)
Sajik Baseball Stadium – Home of the Lotte Giants (Busan, South Korea)
Jamsil Baseball Stadium – Home of the LG Twins & Doosan Bears (Seoul, South Korea)
Mokdong Baseball Stadium – Home of the NEXEN Heroes (Seoul, South Korea)
Moodeung Stadium – Home of the Kia Tigers (Gwangju, South Korea)
Daejeon Baseball Stadium – Home of the Hanwha Eagles (Daejeon, South Korea)
Suwan Baseball Stadium – Former home of the Hyundai Unicorns (Suwon, South Korea)
Masan Baseball Stadium – Second home of the Lotte Giants (Changwon, South Korea)