Lotte World is an indoor amusement park loosely styled after Disney World. Guests can enjoy thrill rides, bungee jumping, adventure rides and a haunted house. Lotte World also features a historical folk museum, which contains replicas of Korean historical sites. One of the most popular attractions is the Atlantic Adventure, which combines a flume ride and a roller coaster. The park also features a hotel, as well as Jeonju Bibimbab, a restaurant serving traditional Korean cuisine. Less adventurous diners can choose from the Chalet Café or the Candy Castle. There is a shopping mall inside Lotte World where guests can pick up souvenirs or browse locally made merchandise.
+011 (82) 02 411 2000
Everland is a South Korean amusement park that offers rollercoasters, rides, shows and plenty of shopping opportunities. There are several restaurants offering Korean, Chinese and American cuisine. Dining choices include Han-ga-ram, Venezia, Burger Café America, China Moon and the Grand Florio. Everland also features Caribbean Bay, a massive water park built to simulate the beaches of Latin America. Here, guests can enjoy the wave pool, lazy river, saunas and water slides. After a long day of fun, guests can relax in one of the facility's cabins or hotel rooms.
+011 (82) 31 320 5000
Seoul Aiins Park
This theme park, located approximately 30 minutes from the center of Seoul, features miniature replicas of some of the world's most famous landmarks. The replicas have been rendered with painstaking attention to detail. There are replicas of several American sites, such as the Empire State Building and Broadway in New York City. The Rockerfeller Center replica includes a miniature version of its famous ice rink. Guests can also view replicas of Mt. Kilimanjaro and the Great Wall of China, as well as many other historical and cultural landmarks. Aiins Park offers plenty of photo opportunities.
Seoul Aiins Park
+011 (82) 32 320 6000