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Attraction parks in Korea - Lotte World, Everland, others?

Updated on Aug 29, 2023 · By Emily


     Do you like the thrill of being 183ft in the air? Or would you like to see the scenic views of the park? Korea has a wide range of different styled parks ranging from wild roller coasters, zoos, beautiful gardens, and fun shows you can enjoy that can be a fit for everyone visiting. In this blog, I am going to give you a few attractions you can enjoy during your stay in Korea.





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     Everland is the largest theme park in Korea, the Disneyland of Korea. Has a beautiful four-seasonal garden as well as exciting thriller rollercoasters giving one of the highest drops that will give you an adrenaline rush you will never forget. Walking throughout this park, Everland has five zones that can be for everyone. Global-Fair, Zoo-Topia, European Adventure, Magicland, and American Adventure ranging from VR games, seasonal parades, and rollercoasters; this park is one you will never forget!


Lotte World



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     Are you looking for the greatest indoor amusement park in Seoul? Any local or returning traveler would undoubtedly advise Lotte World. Lotte World has the largest indoor amusement park in Korea. Apart from exhilarating rides and lovely fantasy attractions, don't skip the Lotte World Tower, the architecture is a crown gem! A luxury hotel, a concert hall, and a retail center with an aquarium and a skating rink can be found here. Opened all year around.


Seoul Land



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     In comparison to the previous parks, Seoul Land is best for families traveling with children. Although Seoul land is not exactly in the capital, rather it's inside Seoul Grand Park Complex near Gwacheon City. Apart from amusement park rides like bumper cars and 40 different roller coasters, the complex also includes a zoo and a beautiful botanical garden.


Gyeongju World Amusement Park



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     Meanwhile, Gyeongju World Amusement Park is located in Gyeongsangbuk Province's southeast corner. It's most famous for its X-Zone, which boasts death-defying rides – and believe us, we're not joking. An inverted roller coaster, a 70-meter drop tower, and a steel roller coaster ride with a 90-degree fall are all enough to pique the interest of any thrill-seeking tourist.


     After a long day of having fun and making memories, I hope you can continue to embrace the Korean culture and have a memorable time here in Korea. Please follow our social media pages for event updates and our website for tips and guides on Korea listed below.










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