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Day 2 in Korea: Everland Resort

Our second day in Korea was filled with fun and adventures at Everland Resort!

 
If HongKong and Japan have Disneyland, and Singapore has Universal Studio, in South Korea, there is a happy place called Everland Resort.

First off, we dropped by at Paris Baguette Cafe for a nice breakfast. Paris Baguette Cafe can be found almost everywhere in South Korea. The store looks really nice and caters a wide selection of pastries.  


 

At exactly 10 in the morning, we were inside the bus waiting for other passengers bound to Everland Resort at the Myeondong bus station. It is just a few walks away from the bakery. The two-way costs 12,000 won ($12). It took us almost an hour going to Everland bus station. And from there, we took another shuttle to finally reach our destination. 

 

 

 

Photo opp before we get inside! Lols

 

Everland Resort Entrance
One day ticket costs 54,000 won ($54) for an adult and 43,000 won ($43) for a child. There is also a Night Ticket (5 pm onwards) for 45,000 won ($45) for an adult and 36,000 won ($36) for a child. Two-day tickets are also available for 84,000 won ($84) for an adult while 67,000 won ($67) for a child. For convenience, tickets and Q-pass are available online


Welcome to Everland Resort!

Everland Resort is divided into five zones: European Adventure, Zootopia, Global Fair, American Adventure and Magic Land. Check the full map here.

 
Look at those super cute phone casings!
Since our son has never been to a zoo, we decided to bring him first to Zootopia. Here are the highlights!
 
 
A live view of the panda outside

 

Cloud watching two Golden snub-nosed monkeys fighting lols

 

Ceasefire! (Golden snub-nosed monkeys)
Bird Sanctuary

 

Feeding the monkeys
A baby monkey

Lost Valley is an ecological safari experience in the habitats of the white tigers, giraffe and more while riding in an amphibious vehicle.

 
The host feeding the giraffe
Never thought a polar bear could be that HUGE! He looks friendly though 🙂
 
Onto our next stop, Magic Land. 

 

 

Magic Land is built around the theme Aesop’s fables and features “Aesop’s Village” as well as a number of attractions and rides for children.

After a long tiring walk, we let Cloud play with the other kids at Snapper & Lisa’s Hideaway.
 
Cloud loves his Le Bao Bubble Gun for 16,000won ($16). He played with it during the rest of the day. 
Kids Village in Magic Land

Kids Village is a playground where kids experience the physical, emotional, and creative development programs through differently themed experiences.

Tickets (no fee) are available on a first-come first-served basis, and you can choose your time slot and the number of users for booking.
 
We went to European Adventure afterwards. We took the Festival Train that travels through Four Seasons Garden. 

 

 

 

 

 

The final act in Le Bao’s Adventure The Musical held at the Grand Stage

We were also able to watch the great performance of Le Bao and friends. The play lasts for 20 to 30 minutes. 
Tickets (no fee) are also available on a first-come first-served basis, and you can choose your time slot and the number of users for booking.
 
Our last stop was Kizcovery. It is a nature and animal-themed experiential playground for children. You have to pay the ticket for 5,000won ($5) per child (sorry, can’t remember the exact amount). 
 
 
So yeah, these are only a few from the bunch of attractions you will surely enjoy in Everland Resort. If you have a toddler/kid, you can rent a stroller for 5000 won ($5) for single and 10,000won ($10) for double. You can find them at Global Fair zone near the entrance.
 
Expenses for Day 2:
Breakfast – $8 (Paris Baguette Cafe)
Bus – $36 ($12 two-way per head)
Entrance – $108 (2 adults), $43 (child)
Souvenir – $16 (Le Bao Bubble Gun)
Lunch – $85 (2 huge burgers, chicken pops and drinks at Burger Cafe, expensive but tastes good though)
Kizcovery – $5
Miscellaneous – $20 (snacks etc)
 
Everland Resort
199 Everland-ro, Pogog-eup, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea


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38 Comments on “Day 2 in Korea: Everland Resort

  1. Very useful ung cart ni Cloud, gaw, no? Ang ganda ng lugar! Pero ang mahal din! lol. Mamumulubi ako dito, di pa namin to apord. haha. I would go to Zootopia first din, kung kami ang anjan. 🙂

  2. That is the last thing I would have expected in Korea! So beautiful!!!!!! THank you for all the pictures. Made me feel like I had been there.

  3. Thanks for sharing your Everland Adventure! Am thinking what if we have many themed parks here in the Philippines. I guess it would be fantastic too. As long as developers wouldn't destroy the natural resources.

  4. Wow! Thank you for sharing this. I totally am adding Seoul to my list of places to visit. These pictures made me feel like I was there. Such a gorgeous place and love the awesome adventure.

  5. What an amazing place to visit! Looks like you had a great time! I hope I can visit the Everland Resort and theme park in the future.

  6. It sounds like you have been having a great time in South Korea! It is really lovely. I haven't been to Seoul but definitely would love to go.

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