Like the DMZ, we also weren’t able to visit Everland in our first trip to Korea. But it seems, we really do get a happy ever after in the end.
It was an impromptu trip to South Korea’s largest theme park, owned by Samsung. Needless to say, we were there very late so we only got to try a few attractions. We first did the Zootopia. The bear attractions were a win!! After, my friends and I decided on just going for the big one right away, Everland’s centerpiece, the T-Express. It is the first of it’s kind in Asia, and the 4th steepest wooden roller coaster in the world.
The queues were frikkin’ long to think it was a weekday! We stood in line for almost 2 hours just to get on it. I haven’t been on a major roller coaster for a long time, so I was kinda nauseated after. But it was all worth it. We also got a huuuge group discount in the entrance (60% off for each person!) fee! Hey, who are we to complain?
We were there in time for their week, or month-long 40th anniversary celebration. They had around 1.2 million tulips all over the place. It was just so beautiful!