A land of fun and adventures awaits.

As the first amusement park in Korea which opened back in 1988, Seoul Land holds a special place in the hearts of people here in Korea. Having opened right before the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics, Seoul Land has been through it all and continues to offer a fun and unique experience to fall.

What’s more, despite what its name suggests, Seoul Land is located in Gyeonggi-do. But it’s actually located on the outskirts of Gyeonggi-do, more specifically in Gwacheon, which is right next to Seoul. This means it’s also perfect for a day trip. With around 40 rides to hop on to, Seoul Land is a fun-packed destination for both adults and children alike.

1. Opening Hours


*Opening hours are subject to change. Please refer to the official site for more exact hours.

2. How to get there?

Now that you know what time to get there, it’s time to find out how to get there. As we mentioned above, Seoul Land is located near the outskirts of Seoul which means it’s easy to get there and back. What’s more, it’s easily accessible by subway too.

Though you can get there by bus or taxi, we recommend taking the subway as it’s the easiest and simplest way to get there. Just take the subway and get off at Seoul Grand Park which is on the light blue Line 4.

From here, there are two ways to get to Seoul Land; by the Elephant Train or by foot.

1) By Elephant Train

Coming straight out of exit 2, walk straight until you come to the Seoul Grand Park Lake. Here, you’ll find the General Information Center from where you can get your tickets for the Elephant Train and be on your way to Seoul Land.

*Elephant Train rides are not free. Adults (Aged over 19): 1,500 WON, Youth (Aged 13~18): 1,000 WON, Children (Aged 36 months~12): 1,000 WON

2) By Foot

From the General Information Center, head toward the left and follow the path straight on until you reach Seoul Land.

3. Best Attractions at Seoul Land

– Dynamic attractions for thrill seekers –

1) Black Hole 2000

| Location: Tomorrow Land

With even heart-stopping vertical drops and two mind-bending twists, the Black Hole 2000 is the main roller coaster at Seoul Land. Going at a speed of 85km/h, if you can’t get a sense of how fast and exciting it is, many riders suggest that it feels like they’re being sucked into a black hole.

2) Shot Drop

| Location: Tomorrow Land


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Just as its name suggests, this attraction is shot up straight into the air and suddenly drops just when you least expect it. Going up to a height of 52m, the Shot Drop plummets down at an alarming speed of 85km/h. How exhilarating is that/

3) King Viking

| Location: Adventure Land


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Another stomach-churning ride for thrill-seekers is the King Viking. An all-time favorite at Seoul Land, this Viking ship will leave you wanting more. Don’t forget to sit at the end of the ship for the most thrilling experience.

4) Double Loop Coaster

| Location: Tomorrow Land


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The Double Loop Coaster, also known as the Galaxy Train 888, is another roller coaster ride that is going to get your palms sweaty. Made up of two giant loops, it’ll take you upside down and around at a speed of 85km/h.

– Kid-friendly attractions –

1) Turning Mecard Racing

| Location: Character Town

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If you’re with your children, don’t worry as this is one the whole family can enjoy. Racing along a 3m-high overhead rail, the Turning Mecard Racing is a great way to take in all the views at Seoul Land too.

2) Tikitoc Train

| Location: Character Town


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A popular ride amongst children at Seoul Land, the Tikitoc Train will take them on a fun and exciting trip around the world.

3) Turning Mecard Go! Bumper Car

| Location: Character Town


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Bumper cars are always a favorite at amusement parks, and it is no different at Seoul Land with Turning Mecard Go! Bumper Car. It’s always fun to drive around a bumper car when you’re young. Hop onto one of these vehicles and be off on your way!

4. Luna Park

Enjoy a spectacular display of lights at Luna Park in Seoul Land. Usually held around the winter season, the Luna Park Light Festival lights up the park in a myriad of sparkling lights and turns Seoul Land into a special little spot. Don’t forget to take a few shots here for Instagram too.

5. Seoul Zoo

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Stepping out of Seoul Land, located nearby in Seoul Grand Park is Seoul Zoo. As a home to a wide variety of animals, from lions, elephants and exotic birds and talented dolphins, Seoul Zoo offers a unique experience for animal lovers.
There are also several courses to choose from to explore the park more efficiently, such as the Tiger Road or the Owl Road.

6. Sky Lift

If the zoo seems too big to walk around, there’s something called the Sky Lift that will help you along the way. Taking you to the highest point of the zoo, you’ll be met with a truly wonderful view of the zoo from high up above. Take in the beautiful scenery that Seoul Grand Park has to offer!

*Sky Lift rides are not free. For 1 ride: Adults (Aged over 19): 6,000 WON, Youth (Aged 13~18): 4,500 WON, Children (Aged 36 months~12): 4,000 WON

Ready to spend an fun-packed day at Seoul Land? Make sure to pop by all the rides and attractions we mentioned above!

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[Photo Credits]

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2 thoughts on “How to Fully Enjoy Seoul Land Theme Park in Korea

  1. Can you take the a strollers with you when are you taking the sky lift? I see that it brings you from one point to another.

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