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Theme Parks To Visit In Seoul

If you’re travelling with family or friends, theme parks should definitely be included in your itinerary! There are many theme parks around Korea but if you’re in Seoul, these are 4 theme parks you must visit during your trip.

Lotte World

 

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Lotte World is the largest theme park in Seoul, with both indoor and outdoor theme parks. There are many rides and amenities like a shopping mall, ice rink, hotel and even a folk museum. It is open all year round.

It is conveniently connected to Jamsil Station. There are also other attractions nearby, like Lotte World Tower, Lotte World Aquarium, Lotte World Mall, and Seokcheon Lake Park.

If you are adding Lotte World to your itinerary, it is advisable to download their mobile app before your trip. The app is really useful, as you can check for ride waiting times, performance hours or the directory easily. You can even reserve their Magic Pass through the app and avoid the hassle of looking for the Magic Pass kiosk and ticket machine.

Address:

240, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul

Tickets:

Universal Pass (Lotte World + Folk Museum)

One-day: Adults 59,000 won / Teenagers 52,000 won / Children 47,000 won / Babies 15,000 won
Night Admission (After 16:00): Adults 48,000 won / Teenagers 42,000 won / Children 36,000 won / Babies 15,000 won

Park Ticket (Lotte World only)
One-day: Adults 56,000 won / Teenagers 50,000 won / Children 46,000 won / Babies 15,000 won
Night Admission (After 16:00): Adults 45,000 won / Teenagers 40,000 won / Children 35,000 won / Babies 15,000 won

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Magic Pass Premium

Magic Pass is basically an add-on to your tickets for skipping waiting lines.

Ride 5: 49,000 won

Ride 10: 89,000 won

 

Seoul Children’s Grand Park

Seoul Children’s Grand Park is a unique theme park in Seoul. It is actually a public park in Neung-dong, Gwangjin -gu, Seoul and has a large amusement park located within park grounds. In addition, there is also a zoo for children to enjoy. This place is ideal for families with small children or anyone looking to enjoy both theme parks and nature in Seoul.

There are many amenities within the park, including a botanical garden, music fountain, an amphitheatre to Kids Auto Park, and even Seoul’s Children Museum.

Address: 216, Neungdong-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul

Tickets:

The entrance fee to this park is free, but you pay for the rides you take at the theme park.

Adult – 5,000 Won / Teenagers – 4,000 Won / Children 3,500 Won

 

Near Seoul (Gyeonggi-do)

These theme parks are not in Seoul, but located at Gyeonggi-do (which translates to “Seoul and the surrounding areas of Seoul”) .

Everland

 

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Everland is the largest theme park in Korea. There are 5 different zones in Everland: Global Fair, American Adventure, Magic Land, European Adventure and Zootopia. Great for all ages, there are rides and attractions for everyone. If you’re into rollercoasters, take the T-express, which is a wooden rollercoaster ranked top 10 fastest rollercoasters in the world!

Everland also hosts themed festivals for different holidays, like Halloween Festival, Tulip Festival and more all year round.

Though it is not in Seoul, it is very accessible by the subway or shuttle bus. It is definitely not to be missed if you’re in Korea.

Address: 199, Everland-ro, Pogok-eup, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do

Tickets:

One-Day: Adult 54,000 won / Child 43,000 won

Night Admission (from 17:00): Adult 45,000 won / Child 36,000 won

Two-Days: Adult 84,000 won / Child 67,000 won

 

Seoul Land

 

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Funnily enough, Seoul Land isn’t located in Seoul but near Seoul. It is the first-ever theme park in Korea and has remained popular ever since. Whether you’re a kid at heart or a thrill-seeker, Seoul Land has something for you!

Address: 181, Gwangmyeong-ro, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do

Tickets:

One-day: Adult 49,000 won/ Youth 46,000 won/ Child 43,000 won

Night Admission (From 16:00): Adult 42,000 won/ Youth 39,000 won/ Child 36,000 won

*Adults (Age 19 and up), Youth (Age 13 – 18), Child (Age 3 – 12)


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