There are several theme parks in South Korea. One of them is, the Lotte World. Located at 240 Olympic-ro, Jamsil-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea, the largest indoor theme park is usually open from 9:30AM to 10:00/11:00PM.
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Before You Visit The Park
One Day Park Tickets for adults are 54,000 KRW (approximately $54.00) and 45,000 KRW for children. If you enter after 4PM, you get a 11,000 KRW discount. I recommend getting the tickets online as it is more convenient and sometimes cheaper. We went to the park very early, and there was a long line to enter the park. So if you want to save time and money, just buy it in advance online.
So far, Klook.com still has the best deal!Lotte World 1-Day Pass
Rides & Attractions For All Ages
They offer rides for all ages, both indoor and outdoor! I loved how even if there were a lot of people, the wait times are actually decent. We rode all the rides that we wanted to try.
One of the things I noticed was the VR availability in many rides. We tried the Gyro Drop, and we wore a VR! It was really cool to see they have this technology. Personally, I still enjoy the rides without the VR, but it is definitely something to try if you haven’t yet.
Aside from the various rides, and the VR, they also have colorful parades.
Theme Park Gift Shops
They also have several gift shops with really cute items. Perfect for souvenir or gifts!
Theme Park Food
In between rides, parades, and shopping, there are many restaurants and snack booths that you can choose from to recharge.
Another interesting thing that we found (and liked) about this theme park, is that it has a studio for personal photo shoots lol. This room was packed. Most of them came prepared with their tripods! They have nice backdrops for mini photoshoots. Of course, we took advantage of it as well! 😉
There is also an ice skating rink, and a folk museum that you can visit for an additional fee. The Lotte Mall and Hotel is also attached to the theme park. After a tiring day in the park, you can stay at their beautiful hotel. Click on the picture below to see the room rates and availability.
For more information about the park, and their accurate hours of operation, check out their website! http://adventure.lotteworld.com/eng/main/index.do
Overall, we enjoyed our time in the world’s largest indoor theme park. We spend a little over a half day in the park. We got to try all the rides that we wanted to try, and tried the food that we wanted. I definitely recommend this to everyone. It is definitely worth a visit!