South Korea’s largest theme park is like the DisneyWorld of Asia, a massive complex filled with rides, food, fairy tales characters, animal shows and the country’s largest waterpark. One of the highlights of Everland is the T-Express, the first and largest wooden rollercoaster in South Korea. It’s also the sixth largest wooden coaster in the world with more than a mile of hair-raising drops, curves and climbs.
An African Safari bus at Everland takes visitors through an animal park filled with lions, giraffes and elephants, while the Caribbean Bay water park offers a beach-like experience, along with a wave pool and water slides of every shape and size. And Everland Speedway is South Korea's first racing track, holding occasional racing events and also offering visitors the unique opportunity to drive on the track.
Everland Resort sits less than an hour southeast of Seoul. Visitors can get there by public bus or join a group tour to the park. Everland Resort also offers accommodations in the Home Bridge section of the park, which has hotel rooms and cabins designed like an alpine village.