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The Very Best Theme Parks In South Korea In 2022

Are you a thrill seeker looking for your next adrenalin fix? If so, you’ll want to add South Korea to the top of your travel bucket list.

Home to some of the best theme parks in the world, South Korea is a mecca for roller coaster enthusiasts and extreme ride junkies. So strap in and get ready for the ride of your life as we take you on a tour of South Korea’s best theme parks! First up is the infamous Lotte World:

Lotte World

Another theme park located in Gyeonggi Province, Lotte World is actually two parks in one. The indoor Adventure Park is perfect for days when the weather isn’t playing ball, while the outdoor Magic Island is ideal for sunny days. As well as a host of family-friendly rides and attractions, Lotte World also boasts some of the most extreme rides in South Korea.

Adventurous can test their nerve on death-defying roller coasters like The Pharaoh’s Fury and The Devils’ Run, or take a spin on one of the park’s signature attractions like the Gyro Drop or Tilted Tower. Not for the faint-hearted!

Seoul Land

I know, it sounds made up, but another great option for thrill seekers with dozens of different roller coasters and rides is Seoul Land. Despite what its name might imply, isn’t actually in the capital. Instead, it is located inside the Seoul Grand Park complex in the nearby city of Gwacheon. And of the two, this one is perhaps the best for families taking young children on vacation! The complex includes a zoo and a botanical garden in addition to roller coasters, bumper cars, and 40 other amusement park rides.

In South Korea, Seoul Land actually founded the first amusement park! Samchulli Hill, World Plaza, Adventure Land, Fantasy Land, and Tomorrow Land are its five distinct zones. The majority of the rides are even decorated with well-known cartoon characters that children will undoubtedly adore.

Everland

Located in Gyeonggi Province, Everland Resort is home to five different theme parks: Caribbean Bay water park, Zoo-Topia animal park, European Adventure, American Adventure, and the Global Fair themed area. However, it’s the thrill rides that really draw the crowds to Everland Resort. With over 40 different rides on offer, there’s something to suit every taste.

From the gentle 18 meter drop of The Giant Panda Adventure to the heart-stopping 100 meter drop of The T Express, there’s a thrill ride for everyone at Everland Resort.

Daegu’s E-World

Daegu, a bustling city outside of Seoul and Busan that is well-known for its traditional medicine, textile, and fashion industries. It is also the third-largest city and a well-liked K-dramas filming location. But, if you ever have the chance to go, be sure to visit E-World.

Every year, the Cherry Flower Festival amongst many, is hosted in E-world.  The nighttime illumination inside has also grown to be a major highlight. There are music fountains, starlight gardens with various themes, live music performances by outdoor bands, food vendors everywhere, and many other attractions. It is beautiful, it can fill your stomach, you can travel to Tower 83 to see the panoramic view and enjoy a variety of exhilarating motor activities, and tickets can be purchased separately or at a very reasonable price.

It is beautiful, it can fill your stomach, you can travel to Tower 83 to see the panoramic view and enjoy a variety of exhilarating motor activities, and tickets can be purchased separately or at a very reasonable price.

Gyeongju World Amusement Park

Don’t pass up the opportunity to visit Gyeongju World if you’re planning a vacation to Gyeongsang, whether it’s to see the Bulguksa or Changwon’s Yongji Lake. This family-friendly amusement park has been highlighted in popular Korean series like Running Man and I Live Alone, thanks to its top-notch rides and services. Although its snow attractions are not to be missed throughout the winter, their wild rollercoasters are their main draw.

There are historic Korean villages where people still inhabit and have done so for the past 100 years. It is a great location to study and take in ancient Korean humanities and architecture! Unfortunately, a lot of outdated homes are being constructed, and cars and trucks have ruined the environment. However, as a whole, it is a highly unique attraction.

So there you have it, our guide to some of South Korea’s best theme parks. Whether you’re a thrill seeker looking for your next adrenalin fix or just looking for a fun day out with the family, South Korea’s theme parks have something to offer everyone. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your trip today!

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