Everland Resort | South Korea

We went to Everland Resort, South Korea’s largest theme park, on our fourth day.

Just like Petite France and Nami Island, it is located outside of Seoul, so we availed a shuttle service. I was originally looking at Klook’s Everland shuttle bus service, but since they don’t have pick up in Myeong-dong, I went with Daesung Tour instead.

When we arrived at the park’s public parking lot, we just transferred to Everland’s own shuttle, and within 10 minutes, arrived at the theme park. I presented the Klook e-vouchers on my phone, and the staff just scanned the bar codes and issued our tickets.

everlandIt had been sunny the first 3 days we were in Korea, but it was gloomy the whole time we were in Everland, which was fine because it complemented the Halloween theme.

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We decided to explore Zootopia first.

From Global Fair, we rode the gondola called ‘Human Sky’. Its operation was temporarily suspended later on in the day because it was raining.

We really enjoyed our ‘safari’ ride at Lost Valley. We rode an amphibious vehicle and got to see camels, elephants, flamingos, zebras, and giraffes among others. It was a really fun experience! See video below.

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T-Express is the longest, fastest, and steepest (77° drop!) roller coaster in Korea. *photo from Klook website

T-Express is one of the park’s main attractions. I’ve seen vlogs where people had to line up for 2 hours! We went on a weekday (and it was raining), so there’s no line, but if you’re going on a weekend or holiday/peak season, it’s best to get the Q-Pass so you could skip the line.

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Red Flower Festival at Four Seasons Garden

Next up, we went to European Adventure. They had a Red Flower Festival, which gave off a Valentine’s Day ambience. lol

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Little Amsterdam perhaps?

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Had the weather improved, we could have stayed late and waited for the Moonlight Parade, Rose Castle Music Lighting Show, or even catch the zombie performances!


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Before I forget, did I mention that we saved almost Php900 PER HEAD by buying our tickets from Klook? That’s huge savings! You can buy your tickets here and get instant confirmation.

They also have a year-end sale where you can enjoy up to P3,800 off on all Klook activities, transport, tours, and theme parks when you use promo code with minimum spend P17,000. Don’t forget to add all your Klook activities to your cart before checking out! 🙂

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