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Lotte World, Seoul

(3.7/5 based on 1,900+ reviews on the web)
Enjoy thrill rides, shop until you drop, and learn about local culture at Lotte World, home to the planet's biggest indoor theme park. Comprised of two main areas, one indoor and one outdoor, the complex features plenty of entertainment for all seasons. Get your heart beating on a roller coaster, or kick back on a kid-friendly, hot air balloon ride. Try your hand at the shooting range, indulge in some retail therapy at the onsite department store, or catch a magic show from a number of rotating performers. You can have a go on the country's largest ice skating rink to cool yourself down, or stop by the folk museum to learn about key points in the nation's history. Our Seoul vacation planner makes visiting Lotte World and other Seoul attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Include super duty free shop, Lotte department store, rather than amusement. Worth a go, but the location is inconvenient.
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  • After the room was put first on the ride and enter the magic paths leave unattended in the General daegijul daegijul was standing in line behind the General's staff was also told no action is taken, please properly managed
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  • An indoor theme park great for escaping the chilly weather outside. There were many rides but with long queue in lines to get to try the rides. My niece was forbidden to go to a couple of rides, since...  more »
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  • This is a great place to take the kids; not much in the way for adult/teen entertainment. The indoor park is HUGE, and has a lot of fun things to check out, shops, and spots to eat. The ice rink on the bottom is particularly fun. But there's not much in the way of thrill rides (1 interesting drop ride, 1 ok roller coaster), and a lot of extra costs can go into being here after purchasing your ticket. From the ice rink, to special games, to other little tidbits (aside from food costs, of course).
  • Lotte World Adventure (indoor area) is similar to Disneyland and Magic Island (outdoor area) is similar to Universal Studio. You can spend a fun whole day here. The food is decent and not over priced. No re-entry after you go out of the gates. Ice rink requires separate entrance fee. If you like thrill rides, you must try ATLANTIS - a roller coaster in extreme speed. It was even faster at night in October 2016. During October 2016, Magic Island became Zombie Island. There were haunted houses, Halloween themed goods, food, performances in indoor and outdoor areas and parades on Adventure 1/F. The staff in the parades were gorgeous! Lotte World now has a fast pass system called Magicpass. Download "Lotte World magicpass" app, have your smartphone's location and WiFi on, you can enjoy 3 free reservations for most attractions (refer to pages 12&13 of Park Guide) once you have entered the theme park area. (There are limited quotas for the free reservations, I guess they are gone early in the morning.) The app also provides performance schedule and description, location and waiting time of the attractions that can use Magicpass. If you are willing to pay extra to save your waiting time, you can purchase Magicpass Premium 5 (times) @ 30,000won or Magicpass Premium Unlimited @ 100,000won on Adventure 1/F close to Camelot Carousel. The staff will help you wear the Magicpass wristband and connect it to your admission ticket on the app.
  • There is definitely enough to do to take up an entire day. There are two sections for the rides, one indoors and another outside. This is amazing as that means you can do the rides inside during the hottest part of the day, and outside when it is cooler. The rides themselves are pretty common. There are classic roller coasters, drop towers, swinging ships, and log flumes, but they also offer themed rides. There are also parades that go through the indoor section pretty often. Most of the rides for very young children are outside, and most of the restaurants are inside. The Korean version of Disneyland, this park will not disappoint.
  • The day we went it was raining and a good amount of rides were unavailable. They had a sign up but it was only in Korean. There's still a reasonable amount of things to do there. Ice skating, a trick art museum, and much more. Not too bad at all, but definitely not a Disneyland.
  • Really big indoor theme park! Need 2 times to visit to enjoy all the ride that they have!