How to Get to Everland from Seoul | Transportation & Tips

Visit one of the best theme parks in Korea, Everland!

Everland, South Korea’s most popular theme park, is located on the outskirts of Seoul in Yongin City, Gyeonggi Province, which takes around 2~3 hours or more from Seoul.

If you are visiting Everland for the first time, here we have listed 3 ways to get to the theme park and other alternatives to take into consideration when making your way to Everland. everland-3.jpg

3 ways to get to Everland

1. By Shuttle Bus 🚌

Everland offers a shuttle bus transfer service, however, a prior reservation via phone is required. On the bus, you must pay for the round-trip bus fare (12,000 KRW) in cash.

Securing your seats in advance is highly recommended, and you can book the shuttle bus transfer service online via Everland’s official partner, Trazy.com.

Everland Shuttle Bus Schedule & Location

Seoul → Everland (1~1.5 hours)
9:05am Depart from Hongik University Station Exit 4
(Line 2, Gyeongui Jungang, Airport Railroad)
9:40am Depart from Myeongdong Station (Line 4) Exit 2
9:50am Depart from Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station (Line 2, 4, 5) Exit 11
Everland → Seoul (1~1.5 hours)
6:30pm Depart from Everland Parking Area No. 5 – Platform #7/#8
To Hongik University Station >> Myeongdong Station >> Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station
9:30pm
(April Only)
(Mon~Thurs, Sun) Depart from Everland Parking Area No. 5 – Platform #7/#8
To Myeongdong Station and Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station
10:30pm
(April Only)
(Fri & Sat) Depart from Everland Parking Area No. 5 – Platform #7/#8
To Myeongdong Station and Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station

Haven’t got your One-day Pass yet? Buy now and get 40% off instantly.

Or book Shuttle bus & One-day pass at a 40% discounted price here.

For those who want to stay until the night parade or the closing time, check out Private Van Transfer Package or Full Day Package.

※ Since Everland is a popular theme park, we strongly advise you to make your reservation in advance! 📲

2. By Local Bus 🚍

A second option is to take a local bus from Seoul to Everland, and the following are the locations of the bus stops.🚏

➡ Gangnam Station (Line 2) Exit 5: Take Bus No.5002 (8 stops, approx. 55 mins~)

➡ Gangnam Station (Line 2) Exit 10: Take Bus No.5002 (9 stops, approx. 1 hr 5 mins~)

➡ Jamsil Station (Line 2, 8) Exit 6: Take Bus No.5700 (21 stops, approx. 1 hr 10 mins~)

➡ Sadang Station (Line 2, 4) Exit 3: Take Bus No.1500-2 (73 stops, approx. 1 hr 30mins~)

➡ Gangbyeon Station (Line 2) Exit 1: Take Bus No. 5700 (22 stops, approx. 1 hr 15 mins~)

3. By Subway 🚇

Last but not least, you can get to Everland by taking the subway and here’s how.

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From Gangnam Station (Line 2, Green) ➡ Jeongja Station (Sinbundang Line, Dark Red) ➡ Giheung Station (Bundang Line, Yellow) ➡ Jeondae Everland Station (Yongin Ever Line) Exit 3 ➡ Take a free shuttle bus to Everland

*Ever Line operation hours: 5:30 am~11:30 pm
*Estimated travel time80 mins

As you can see, it will take up some time to reach Everland even when you take the subway. Considering that it is your first time to travel around Seoul, we expect it will take up even more time.

Therefore, taking a shuttle bus can be the most convenient and cost-efficient way to get to Everland from Seoul.

🎢 About Everland Theme Park 🎡

Along with T Express, the world’s third tallest roller coaster, South Korea’s largest theme park, Everland, offers over 40 rides and attractions.

📌 Buy 40% off discount tickets to Everland or book 40% off Everland Shuttle Bus Package here.everland-4.jpgEverland also offers various seasonal themed festivals throughout the year, such as the Tulip Festival and the Rose Festival during spring and the Romantic Illumination Festival during winter. So whenever you visit, Everland’s got something for you. 😉

If you want to visit Everland during your trip to Korea, make sure you check out all the Everland deals offered by Korea’s #1 Travel Shop, Trazy.com.button31

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