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DDCKP
Singapore, Singapore47 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022 • Family
Bought the ticket from KKday for SGD 17 per pax (below 3 year old is free to enter but needs to pay for ride). From the subway station exit to the Seoul Land theme park entrance is a long walk (maybe 20 mins), or you can purchase elephant ride for KRW 1,500 per pax above 3 years old (shuttle bus which will drive you to the entrance). Went on a weekday and it was fun for young children (100cm height). Unfortunately it rained and we didn’t bring umbrella / poncho, even though all the locals in the park were armed with them. We had to hide in the children indoor playground which opens 40 mins every hourly. Ordering food at the eateries in the park was quite hard as the attendants didn’t speak English and the automated ordering machine doesn’t display anything in English. If you can’t communicate in Korean, best to buy the snacks from the food carts as they are more straightforward to order. Overall, it’s a very enjoyable park (if only it didn’t rain) for an affordable entrance ticket!
Written 15 October 2022
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TEI E
Harlem, GA33 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2013 • Family
We are a military family with a 9yr old and a 3yr old. First tip - take the subway.....if you don't read anything else in this review, remember this....take the subway. It's easy, inexpensive, drops you off right at the Seoul Grand Park entrance, and you do not deal with any traffic at all. So, we took the subway, exited the station and walked about 1/2 mile to the tram station. 2,700 won later, we boarded the tram and the 2nd stop is Seoul Land (1st stop is the zoo). The tram ride is one way, it will cost you another 2,700 won to take it back. TIp #2 - pay the won and take the tram or 1/2 your day will be walking to and from the entrance. I have no idea why, and the website said we would have to pay close to 120,000 won, but they charged us 45,000 and we could ride all of the rides until the park closed. The park is dated, but for $40 for the entire family, how can you beat it? There are 3 big roller coasters, a bungey jump, Free Fall (for anyone who has ever been to a 6 flags), and a few other rides intense enough to make you want to throw your breakfast up. Tip #3 - This is very important.....If you littlest one is over 100cm, I would seriously pass on this amusement park. Our littlest one is 101cm and they measured him off prior to every single ride. Thank God he busted 100cm or else it would have been a very long, disappointing trip. We went expecting Seoul Land, not Disney, and not Busch Gardens. If you go there wanting to have a really cool afternoon with your kids, there is more than enough rides for every age group. No, it's not huge. No it's not Busch Gardens. Yes, we had a great day with our kids, spent about 7 hours at the park, with absolutely no lines, no hassle, and a very friendly staff willing to go out of their way to make it a special day. Tip #4 - If you are a Westerner, you may want to stick to the burger restaurants, but there is fried chicken, and a Turkish booth selling Kebabs and Gyros. With the subway, the tickets, the tram, lunch, snacks, drinks, and even a few toys, we paid around 100,000 total for our family of 4, no kidding. Last and final tip - Go!
Written 14 October 2013
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Cat-in-City
Singapore, Singapore488 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Family
The place is so deserted and empty when we went on a weekday. Perhaps the rides are more suitable for younger children (5-12 years old) or its not as popular as the other 2 theme parks. Or maybe some of the rides are abit run down.

There are probably only less than 80 people during our visit and my kids can repeat the same ride 6 times without ridiculous queue. Mostly younger kids like 12-15 years old and lesser couples. They have a huge rollercoaster and drop down just like the popular theme park. Price is half compared to Lotte World when you purchase through KLOOK app. Super worth it and you need walk 3 mins after exit from train station to take the elephant ride to the theme park. Or walk to park in 15 mins.

There are restaurants, 7-11, cafes and 1 halal Kebab stall (near Tomorrow Land). For muslims, there is a dedicated musollah near 7-11, please ask the staff to open the door for you. Very clean and spacious with separate rooms, however we can't use the tap so its handy to bring a bottle of clean water.
Written 16 December 2016
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kang_a_ji
Brantford, Canada147 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Family
Multicultural families in Korea can get half-price yearly passes and foreigners visiting Korea can get great deals on tourist websites. Seoul Land is a bit tired and needs a bit of TLC, but there is plenty to do and the kids love it. My 6 and 7 year old can go on most rides. Parking is free during the week and the surrounding mountain views are really pretty. For a full day experience, combine Seoul Land with the Grand Park (zoo).
We love the rollercoasters, flume ride and Larva Twister the most.
Food and beverages are not too expensive and outside food is allowed in, if you prefer to have a picnic. There are lots of water fountains too.
Written 18 July 2016
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Kecha T
Huntsville, AL133 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2013 • Couples
I came here on a date the day after Chuseok and there were a ton of people there! This is the oldest amusement park in South Korea, but it doesn't feel dated. I had more fun here than at Everland. There are more attractions and the energy in the place was more potent than I experienced at Everland and Lotte World. There is very little shade though...so go prepared with tons of water. The food options are traditional Korean food. For some reason I was expecting theme-park food.

After you have enjoyed your day here you can head over to Seoul Grand Park, which is another great location.

There is accommodation available if you want to stay in the area as well.
Written 19 June 2014
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Jim C
Seoul, South Korea1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2011 • Couples
My wife and I visited Seoul Land on Oct. 17, 2011. Having already been to Lotte World we were expecting something similar, but were disappointed. The park looks like a 40-year old Disney prototype that's been left to the elements for 5 years; there only seemed to be three rides intended for anyone over 6-7 years old. If in the area stick to the zoo, or if looking for an amusement park go to Everland or Lotte World.
Written 17 October 2011
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TC_holiday
Singapore, Singapore45 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Family
Very nice place. My family loves these old theme parks - nostalgic, not that crowded, not much queue and traditional rides.

Have been going to these old parks in Japan and continue to do so in Seoul.

There's a zoo in the same area if time permits too.
Written 12 June 2016
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elhan13
Baku, Azerbaijan93 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Family
I liked the palce very much. and I believe from time I visited the place ( it was 1999) it became even better. Excellent zoo and very nice amusement park makes it ideal for having a great day. you can also staying in the Seoul land cottages and plan your enjoyment there for couple of days as the territory is huge. one should plan visiting the place not in a hottest day as some areas need long walkings in open areas.
Written 3 May 2014
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aiaical
Singapore, Singapore102 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2012 • Family
We went to Seoulland on Xmas eve 2012 and we absolutely love there. Though we came on a day where there was no Xmas performance, there wasn't any queue either. We hopped on to many rides countless of times and enjoyed ourselves in the chilling weather. There were gift shops and restaurants around. This is more of a 'local' amusement park where the locals hung out compared with Lotteworld or Everland. We enjoyed snow sledding there as well. Not as grand as Everland but the scenery and atmosphere made up for it =)
Written 8 May 2013
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Timothy Jung Si... Y
120 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Couples
Although this is one of the most convenient theme parks to go to in Seoul/Gyeonggi-do, it lacks a real crowd drawing ride. Kinda like Lotte World's lesser cousin.

A good place to go when you have nothing else to do or are unable to go to Lotte World of Everland.
Written 29 April 2018
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