Opened in 1987, Seoul Land is one of the oldest running theme parks in the Seoul Metropolitan Area, welcoming 3.5 million guests every year and providing families with tons of fun rides and activities. Seoul Land is located inside the massive Seoul Grand Park, which is also home to Seoul Zoo and the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, situated right outside the Seoul city limits in neighboring Gwacheon. The park features some very picturesque scenery thanks to the gorgeous Cheonggyesan Mountain in the backdrop.
Seoul Land is divided into five sections: World Plaza, Adventure Land, Fantasy Land, Tomorrow Land, and Samchulli Hill. World Plaza functions as the main plaza of the park’s entrance and does not offer much in terms of activities, with just a small children’s playground and an arcade. Adventure Land follows an old western theme, with log cabins dotting the section and plenty of fun activities and rides to try, including a shooting gallery, the King Viking, and Flume Ride. Fantasy Land has the most rides and activities of any section in the park, including the 360° looping Hi-Roller, the wild revolving WorldCup ride, and the Larva Twister.
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Tomorrow Land is home to Seoul Land’s most thrilling rides, such as the Black Hole 2000 roller coaster, which reaches up to 100 km/h, the insanely scary, revolving X Flyer, and the hair-raising Shot Drop, which makes a sharp drop from a height of 57 meters. The last section of the park is Samchulli Hill, which changes its attractions every season. In winter time, the hill is open for sledding, and in summer, massive pools are opened for visitors to cool off in. It also boasts the spectacular looping Top Spin ride, a frightening Haunted House, and the child-friendly Hutos Media Town.
There are also tons of parades and performances throughout the day at Seoul Land that are sure to keep your kids mesmerized, and an abundance of food and snack options to help keep you energized during your visit to the park. For those looking for a fun day out with friends, family, or a loved one, Seoul Land is the perfect place to visit.
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10:00 ~ 18:00
10:00 ~ 18:00
10:00 ~ 18:00
|Type||Adult (19-64)||Youth (13-18)||Child (3-12)|
|Night-time (After 16:00)||₩22,000||₩19,000||₩17,000|
|Night-time (After 16:00)||₩37,000||₩34,000||₩31,000|
| * One-Day Pass
- Admission + unlimited free use of all attractions (except experiential facilities / coin facilities / special
- Outdoor Pool (₩4,000), Sledding (Free)
|Sky X||1 person ride||₩15,000|
|2 person ride||₩20,000|
|3 person ride||₩25,000|
|Water Walk||1 person||₩8,000|
|Outdoor Pool (Summer)||1 person||₩4,000|
|Snow Sled (Winter)||1 person||Adult ₩5,000 / Youth ₩5,000 / Child ₩4,000|
| * Separately-charged facilities are available to use after admission to Seoul Land (after purchasing admission, a one-day pass, or ticket for the big 5)|
Bicycles, Skates, Skateboards, RC Cars, and other small-sized vehicles are prohibited inside the park
Gas burners, balls, and drones are prohibited.
No pets allowed.
181 Gwangmyeong-ro, Munwon-dong, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do
Take Line 4 to Seoul Grand Park and go out Exit 2. Walk straight for about 100 meters and you will reach the Elephant Train. The Elephant Train stops at Seoul Zoo and the Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art before arriving at Seoul Land.
|Adult||₩1,000||9:00 a.m ~ Seoulland closing hours|
The main parking lot closest to Seoul Land is the Seoul Land East Gate Parking Lot. The Rose Hill Parking Lot is also available, although it fills up fast, so make sure to arrive early to get a spot there. You can also park at the entrance to Seoul Grand Park.