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Everland Resort
Everland Resort

Everland Resort

199 Everland-ro, Pogog-eup, Cheoin-gu, , Yongin, Gyeonggi-do

The Basics

Everland is divided into five zones—Global Fair, American Adventure, Magic Land, European Adventure, and Zootopia—with themed rides and attractions. Choose between one-day, two-day, or night tickets. Upgrade tickets with a Q-pass that lets you skip the line at some popular rides and attractions. Visitors who are also planning to enjoy Caribbean Bay water park can opt for a combo ticket. You can also book a day trip from Seoul to Everland.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Everland is a must-visit for families and thrill seekers.

  • Book your ticket online to skip the line at the ticket office and make the most of your time in the park.

  • Plan to get an early start and spend a full day at the park.

  • The park is wheelchair accessible, and both wheelchairs and strollers are available to rent.

  • Visitors will find an ATM, cellphone charging station, lockers, and a baby service area within the park.

  • Caribbean Bay is open only during summer.

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How to Get There

Everland Resort sits less than an hour southeast of Seoul. Visitors can get there by public bus or by taking the Everline of the Seoul Subway to its last stop, where a free shuttle transfers visitors to the park entrance. For a hassle-free day, join a group tour to the park with included round-trip transportation.

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When to Get There

Everland is one of South Korea’s most popular attractions, for locals and visitors alike. Plan to arrive first thing in the morning to avoid ticket lines, and avoid visiting on weekends and public holidays.

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Highlights of Everland

There’s a ton to do in Everland—likely more than you could fit into a single visit. Don’t miss the VR Adventure in Global Fair, Adrenaline Rush thrill ride in American Adventure, Safari World and Panda World in Zootopia, the Magic Swing in Magic Land, and the T-Express wooden roller coaster in European Adventure.

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