EVERLAND is the largest theme park in South Korea. Owned by SAMSUNG, you could definitely see how incredible and grandiose the place is.
When I checked out the itinerary, I didn't understand why we had to visit a theme park. Once my family and I got there, I got it.
It showcased how Korea is entertaining its visitors both foreign and domestic.
It just goes to show how Koreans value the environment. Props to them.
Of course going around the place, you would be awed by how big it was and how nature loving the design was.
We even had to ride this lift in order to get to the other side.
There were actually a lot of things to do.
One of our first stop was the mini-safari.
We had to wait around 20 minutes for the queue but it was worth it.
After, we got on different rides. One got us wet and other was in 4D.
But what I wanted to do was the T-EXPRESS
This guy is the first wooden roller coaster of Korea. According to Wikipedia,
It was the world's steepest wooden roller coaster (77 degrees). Drop of 57 meters (7th in the world)
Took around 3 minutes and was going around 104km per hour
I got lucky because the wait time was only 20 minutes and usually it takes an hour or so.
After enjoying the ride with my bro, we walked around and saw more beautiful flowers.
Until we came across the DOUBLE ROCK SPIN.
I shot a video and take note we got on this like 3 times straight. TOP that!
Even if initially, I thought it was a waste of time, I actually enjoyed visiting this place. Having bonding moments with my family made everything worth it. Cool right?
EVERLAND THEME PARK
199 Everland RO Pogok-Eup,
Cheoin-Gu, Yongin-Si, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea
Disclaimer: Wrote this based on my experience. Paid the entrance fee as part of a group tour.