|Circuit Length||1.1 km|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 4|
Gran Turismo PSP
Seoul Central is a track featured only in Gran Turismo 4,Tourist Trophy and Gran Turismo PSP. It is a city circuit set in, as its name suggests, the center of Seoul, South Korea, and one of the simplest city circuits in Gran Turismo.
Sector 1 (Sejong-daero to Sungnyemun Gate)Edit
The lap of this circuit starts with a rolling start on Sejong-daero. After you gain control, you'll face a right-hand kink followed by a left-hand hairpin on the Sungnyemun Gate, which is inaccessible in real life. You can go flatout at the kink, but control your throttle and brake once you've entered the hairpin in order to avoid understeer.
Sector 2 (Sejong-daero, Sogong-ro, Mugyo-ro)Edit
The second sector starts at a straight section that parallels the starting line, both of which the roads are named Sejong-daero. Afterwards, a wide chicane awaits at Sogong-ro, followed by a narrow straightaway section in Mugyo-ro. Brake early when entering the right-hander so you have a chance to tackle the apex and accelerate towards the left-hander, maximizing your speed through the chicane. Be careful with the narrow straightaway, don't let the barriers make you lose control.
Sector 3 (Mugyo-ro, Jong-ro, and Sejong-daero)Edit
After the narrow straightaway, brake hard to prepare for the first left-hand 90 degree corner heading to Jong-ro. Although the corner is rather wide, brake early to enable you to tackle the apex. Accelerate and brake mildly to enter the final corner leading you back to Sejong-daero. Once you've done with the final corner, accelerate towards the start/finish line.