Indulge in a huge selection of fairground rides and entertaining attractions at Everland, one of the nation's premier, and largest amusement parks. Explore the park's five different themed sections and you'll find a diverse array of attractions represented. Head for "magic land" to enjoy fable-themed rides, step into the wild west at "American adventure," or see replicas of famed landmarks like Moscow's St. Basil's Cathedral at "European Adventure". Get your adrenaline pumping by hopping aboard the park's selection of roller coasters, which includes the steepest wooden coaster in the nation. Alternatively, you can admire a range of animal species, from tigers to penguins, at the onsite zoo. Plan to see Everland and other attractions that appeal to you using our Yongin journey planning tool.
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$71 BOOK WITH VIATOR Everland Theme Park Admission Ticket with Transfer from Seoul Everland Theme Park Admission Ticket with Transfer from Seoul
Duration: 10 to 12 hours
$64 BOOK WITH VIATOR Skip the Line: Everland Amusement Park Ticket Skip the Line: Everland Amusement Park Ticket
Duration: 8 hours
$82 BOOK WITH VIATOR EVERLAND "From Hotel to Hotel" [Premium Private Tour: Only One Group for You] EVERLAND "From Hotel to Hotel" [Premium Private Tour: Only One Group for You]
Duration: 8 hours
$82 BOOK WITH VIATOR Admission to Everland Theme Park with Transport from Seoul Admission to Everland Theme Park with Transport from Seoul
Duration: 6 hours
$154 BOOK WITH VIATOR Everland Resort (the world’s 7th-largest theme park) Everland Resort (the world’s 7th-largest theme park)
Duration: 12 hours
$65 BOOK WITH VIATOR Everland Full Day Trip with Admission and Transfers from Seoul Everland Full Day Trip with Admission and Transfers from Seoul
Duration: 1 day
There was little queue on a weekday. Some rides were down due to cold weather. But kids could do a lot of rides. Consider downloading the everland app to check timings and book some popular rides...
There was little queue on a weekday. Some rides were down due to cold weather. But kids could do a lot of rides. Consider downloading the everland app to check timings and book some popular rides... more »
We booked the park ticket from KKday (SGD 30 per pax above 3 years old) and the return bus ticket from Klook (SGD 11 per pax above 3 years old). The bus picked us up from Myeongdong at 930am and from.... more
We booked the park ticket from KKday (SGD 30 per pax above 3 years old) and the return bus ticket from Klook (SGD 11 per pax above 3 years old). The bus picked us up from Myeongdong at 930am and from.... more »
Totally waste of time. Arrived at 10am along with approx 20,000 school kids who over flowed the park. Couldn't enjoy a single attraction until 15:00. Later, when some of the kids left, the cues were..... more
Totally waste of time. Arrived at 10am along with approx 20,000 school kids who over flowed the park. Couldn't enjoy a single attraction until 15:00. Later, when some of the kids left, the cues were..... more »
As soon as you enter, you need to do the reservation for the rides that you would like to ride, if not you have to wait until two, so that you can stand in the line for more than hour or two. Why i say this is because many would not like to read the whole review. It's an amusement park filled with lot of exciting things to see around and do around with friends and family. There are rides that thrills you, rides that amazes, and rides that give you peace of mind. Personally the only ride that is worth visiting this place is T-Express, others too are good but no so much (for me). As mentioned earlier if you don't do the reservation for the rides you want to take, you might end up in wait for minimum of 30-45 standing in line. I spent more than two hours just to ride to attractions because I didn't do the reservation. It depends upon which time of the year you go, cause the themes change basing on the season. When I went it was Halloween and there was a special performance at 3. Over it's good but, I was not happy with the waiting line. But it's once in a life time experience to visit such places. Need not to worry about the food they are everywhere, you can just go and buy something for yourself and eat, (I recommend to get it yourself from home for vegetarians) Any questions just let me know I'll answer if I genuinely know it.
A really nice outdoor amusement park! I kind of thought of it as a slightly smaller and a Korean version of Disney world! I loved their rides and their animal tour was so cool! I'm definitely going to try and go again! I, personally, loved the T Express, and although it had a huge line wait, it was so worth it! I also loved Thunder Falls but beware! You can get really wet! The amusement park also has an app with a map. You can log into it (or sign up) but if you only want the map, then there is no need to. I actually didn't know they gave out paper maps cause we missed them while coming in but honestly, considering the online version had an updating waiting time and was overall really convenient, I didn't mind it. The experience is really nice overall and I just really enjoyed it so I highly recommend! Oh and they also have a parade right before the park is about to close and it's incredible so I recommend seeing it!
This was my first theme park experience in South Korea and I had a lot of fun! There was so much to do that it is next to impossible to do everything in one day. I really enjoyed checking out all the zoo animals and walking around the park. It was clean, the staff was nice and easy to communicate with (given that I don't know much Korean), and the park was easy and exciting to navigate. I will definitely be coming back here and seeing more in the future!
The Everland app was one of the best design! Let's you see what is open and queue time. We went on a cold winter day and some rides were no open. Both roller coaster rides were not open to our disappointment. Food was plenty and really good! The zootopia and safari were amazing. Overall an enjoyable day!!
Quite an old park without much attractions... But it's fun to go there with friends. The staff are really nice although all the food is the same in all the restaurants across the site. If you go there near the end of the year. It. Less expensive ;)
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