If you want to visit an amusement park but you’re on a budget, Seoul Land is the place to go. It’s a lot cheaper than Everland and Lotte World. Besides the cheap admission fee, there are also rides in Seoul Land that the other amusement parks in Korea don’t have. Here are ten reasons why you should visit Seoul Land:
1. They have unique rides for kids.
Traveler with kids shall definitely visit this place. They have enough rides for kids.
2. They also have rides for adults.
If you don’t have kids, you can still enjoy there because of their rides for adults.
3. They have some extreme rides too!
Sky X is a 50 meter fall from a cable. Daredevils will definitely enjoy this place.
4. They have an attraction filled with optical illusions.
They have this attraction called tilt house where you can take your awesome photos.
5. They have gourmet street foods.
They sell not just your ordinary street foods. They even sell some turkey!
6. They also have candy shops.
You can satisfy your cravings for sweets once you enter the theme park. There are many candy shops in different parts of the park.
7. They have friendly staff all over the place.
The theme park staff are very helpful. They are approachable, and they can speak some English too.
8. They have buildings that looks like famous landmarks.
The World Plaza part of the theme park showcases different architectural styles from different parts of the world. I’ve seen something like the leaning tower of Pisa, windmills of Netherlands, and many more.
9. They have concert halls.
You can listen to your favorite K-Pop songs while resting in the concert hall.
10. They won’t let you spend much.
I only spent 15,000 won for my admission fee.
Get those brochure for coupons in the Incheon Airport or in some tourist information booths. I usually use a coupon to get 50% off in admission fees.
Seoul Land is easier to access than Everland. Everland may be more expensive but they have more attractions and performances. I’m planning to visit Lotte World so I can make more comparisons among the theme parks in Seoul.
About the Writer:
Karla Obispo, She’s a solo traveler who finds happiness in getting lost. Originally from the Philippines and a graduate of Development Communication, she left her teaching job in an international school to travel and teach around the world. She lives curious, dreams plenty, and loves whole. She’s fond of taking selfies and OOTD’s in tourist spots. She visits one tourist spot every week. Follow her blog and adventures on .
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