[GYEONGGI-DO] Everland


A trip wouldn’t be complete if you have not been to a theme park. (am sure meron yan kahit isa!) Since we’re on a trip you go big! Everland is outside of Seoul so make sure to be there early. We went there when the weather is starting to get really cold. There are parts that already started snowing. It was freezing cold then, but that didn’t stop us from taking the rides.

You’d be surprise that even if it’s freaking cold there are still a lot of visitors and endure the the open rides, despite there are light snowing… Brrrrrr!

Everland can be enjoyed both by kids and kids at heart. Just like any other theme park long queues are in every rides especially rides which are for adults.

These theme park is more than just a theme park, they also have small zoo where you can see tigers, penguin and other animals. There is so much to see and do, if only the weather is not that cold.

I didn’t get much photos of the ride, because I left my camera at the locker and it’s not allowed to take pictures while on the rides.

But at night make sure that you have camera with you, because that’s when the it’s magical with all the lights and structures covered with lights.

What’s nice during winter or cold weather in Everland they have this heater station you can warm yourself. I would often look for this heater during our trip to Everland 😀 😀 😀

The place is really cool, and would have been enjoy if it wasn’t too cold, so if planning going to Everland probably in spring when the cold is tolerable of course this is advisable for those who are not used to cold weather like me. bummer! 😀 😀

How to get to Everland:

Jeondae-Everland Station (Yongin Ever Line), Exit 3.
-Take the shuttle bus to Everland. (Operating hours 05:30-23:30)

1) Sinnonhyeon Station, Gangnam Station, Yangjae Station: Bus 5002
2) Pangyo, Segok-dong, Suseo Station, Songpa Station, Jamsil Station, Gangbyeon Station: Bus 5700
3) Sadang Station, Nambu Terminal (Bundang and Gwangju via): Bus 1500-2
4) Gangbyeon Station, Gangdong Station (via Gwangju): Bus 1113

Entrance fee:

Regular: 46,000KRW (you can check KTO for discount coupon) we only paid 34,000KRW that’s a good deal aight! 😀




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