June 25, 2018


Everland is located in Yongin,  It has outdoor and indoor rides and a zoo inside its compound. Although it is one of the must see visit because and the largest theme park in South Korea, we didn't enjoy the place simply because there were just too many people during our visit Out of all the many rides, John and I only got to try 3 rides (including the cable). Our kids were able to ride Everland's famous T-Express (The first wooden roller coaster in South Korea, T-Express remains a top favourite to both locals and foreign visitors of Everland. With speed topping at 104km/h and a vertical drop height of 77º).

Tip: Purchase the Q-Express Pass to skip the queue on T-Express and other popular rides such as, (1) European Adventure (T-Express, Rotating House), (2) Magic Land (Thunder Falls), (3) American Adventure (Robot VR, Hurricane, Double Rock Spin, Rolling X-Train, Let’s Twist), (4) Global Fair (Kpop hologram, Grand Emporium to shop), (5) Zootopia (Safari World, Amazon Express, Lost Valley)

There are several ways to get from Seoul to Everland, By Subway/Metro, By Public bus, By Shuttle Bus, pre-purchase at Klook. We went with option (4) which is the most fFuss-free way. If you don't want to be disappointed just like us, avoid weekends and peak periods and Korean Holidays, Summer vacation (mid-Jul to mid-Aug), Chuseok Holidays a.k.a “Korean Thanksgiving Day” (15th day of the 8th lunar month), Christmas, and New Year.

Since the lines are way too long, we just settled in watching the Parade at 2:30PM at Carnival Square. We didn't wait for the fireworks at 9:30PM because we chose to join the bus going back to Myeongdong at 6pm to avoid traffic.

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