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CrossFit Kilogram Tribe,
the only

CrossFit Box in Seoul.

Hi there, we're so glad you found us!

We are a CrossFit Affiliate located on the western edge of Seoul

We're very easy to get to- a breezy 1km stroll from Samsong Station on Line #3 (Orange Line).

*not to be confused with Samseong Station on Line #2 (Green Line)

Mondays - Fridays
7AM, 10AM, 11AM
6PM, 7PM, 8PM 9PM

10AM, 11:30AM


Our CrossFit class schedule is as above.

We are a CrossFit-only facility, with Open Gym hours 12PM - 6PM on weekdays, and until 2PM on Saturdays. 

Each class runs around 55 minutes, starting with a 10 minute warm up, 15 minutes of strength and/or skill practice, a 15-20 minute main workout (WOD), on some days, 5-10 minutes of accessory work, finishing off with some stretching to help your body recover.


Feel free to hit some accessory work or spend extra time on mobility after class, and of course you're welcome to use our showers.  

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Our Drop-In rates are KRW 25,000 per class, and the same rate applies if you were to only use Open Gym as well.

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Let Us Know You're Dropping In!

The best way to reserve a spot for your Drop-In, is to drop us an email at, or to DM us on our Instagram account @kilogramtribe

Let us know your name, and what time on what date you'd like to visit us! Feel free to reach out with any questions as well. 

Meet the Team

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(Swayne Lee)
Head Coach, Co-Founder

B.S. in Sports Sciences

CrossFit Level 2 Trainer 

Swaynely was born and raised right here in the hood!


After graduating with a B.S. in Sports Sciences, he worked in a corporation for over 8 years, but realizing that his passion was to train and coach, left everything behind to follow his calling.

He had always loved training and using his body- lifting weights, practicing mixed martial arts, playing basketball, and even being in a breakdancing club(!), but eventually started training solely using the CrossFit method. 

After gaining some experience as a Personal Trainer, he spent three years as a Head Coach at CrossFit GoldTown and then at CrossFit Blind before co-founding Kilogram Tribe. 

As an athlete, Swaynely swiftly ranks among the Top 10 in Korea (Top 30 in Asia) every year in the CrossFit Open Masters Age Group (35-39).

Swaynely's motto,"Train Hard, Stay Humble" is reflected not only in his training but also his coaching.

He feels most proud when he sees growth in those who came and started without any fitness experience.

Overseeing the coaching and programming at Kilogram Tribe, Swaynely emphasizes working on technique, choosing form over weight, working on your weaknesses, and training safely- being in it for the long run.

At Kilogram Tribe, overall health is valued over scores or 1RMs.   

Swaynely coaches the evening classes on weekdays. 

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Grace Chung


(Candidate) M.S. in Applied Physiology & Kinesiology

CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

Grace was born in Korea but lived abroad her whole life- Hong Kong, Manila, and Boston, among others.

Before founding Kilogram Tribe, Grace was a Graphic Designer and Muralist for over 10 years, creating logos and brand identity, also painting murals for her clients, many of who were fitness facilities.

Grace sits among the Board of Directors at UpDream Korea, a non-profit that guides teens who grew up in Children's Homes. She is Staff at GirlFit Korea, a womens-only CrossFit competition that donates all proceeds to charity.

Grace was the Director of North Sectional-Korea Throwdown in 2016, and Senior Manager at Reebok CrossFit Sentinel Group, one of the first major CrossFit affiliates in Korea.  

Grace believes that striving for excellence means maintaining quality across all areas of the business. Excellence in coaching must be consistently matched with quality service, well organized events, cleanliness of the box including showers and bathrooms. 

One of the foundations of Kilogram Tribe is that no one is more important or less important than any other. Everyone is an equally valuable part of the community, and it is of utmost importance that we strive to maintain impartiality and respect for each other the pillars of our community.

When Grace isn't at the box, she is busy with her children- three boys, Ian (13), Logan (10), and Robynn (5). 

She is currently a candidate for Master's of Science in Applied Physiology & Kinesiology at the University of Florida's Online College of Health and Human Performance. 

Any questions about the box or dropping in? 

Reach Grace at

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Jonghyun Lee


B.S. in Sports Sciences

CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

Jonghyun has always loved sports since he was a child. After graduating with a B.S. in Sports Sciences, he became one of the earliest CrossFit coaches in Korea- when the sport was fairly new in the country.

Jonghyun has been a Personal Trainer for over 5 years, but his desire to instruct groups with the CrossFit method was rekindled recently as he started his own training at Kilogram Tribe. 

Jonghyun's firm belief in training smart, building up strength and skill through diligence in accessory work and practicing of the fundamentals was a great fit for Kilogram Tribe's coaching needs. 

Jonghyun is now part of the team, responsible for the morning classes. He brings his deep understanding of olympic weightlifting and a myriad of training techniques to his classes. The morning members are surely lucky to have him! 

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