How to get to Seoul Land/Buy discount Tickets

About Seoul Land

Seoul Land, Korea’s first park with an amusement park attached, became famous as one of Korea’s leading theme parks upon its opening. It is only a 30-minute subway ride from Seoul Station or Myeongdong Station in central Seoul, and is surrounded by the Seoul Grand Park’s zoo and botanical gardens, forest baths, and the National Museum of Modern Art.

Seoul Land has about 50 attractions featuring Korean animation characters, as well as seasonal facilities such as an outdoor swimming pool (summer) and a snow sledding area (winter). With the opening of Luna Park, Korea’s first and largest light festival, and Jurassic Land, a dinosaur exhibition and experience center, Seoul Land is constantly evolving as Korea’s premier tourist destination. Luna Park” is Seoul Land’s nighttime festival filled with moonlight like the Italian word “Luna,” meaning moon.

The “Music Light Planet” is a three-dimensional mapping show projected on the symbolic earth star building of Seoul Land, the “Luna Park Electronic Dance Music Stage” with popular DJ performances, the digital LED “Luna Lake” that pours down from the sky into the lake like a waterfall, and the super-sized The “Romantic Garden,” where visitors can take pictures in front of the super-sized moon and roses, and the “Mega Hologram Show” using the Black Hole 2000 roller coaster are just a few of the spectacular programs that will be held.

In “Jurassic Land,” an 18-meter-long moving dinosaur will make an appearance. About 100 dinosaurs, fossils, and dinosaur eggs will be on display, and visitors can also dig for dinosaur fossils and try their hand at dinosaur skeleton puzzles.

How to get there

15 min. walk from Exit 2 of Daegongwon Station (Seoul Grand Park) on Subway Line #4.

If you want to visit Seoul Land, first make a ticket reservation!
If you have a discount coupon, you can make a reservation and purchase tickets online at a discount price.

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I always wanted to go to Seoul Land!
We were able to go just in time for a trip with my niece and nephew ^^.
They are 3, 5, and 7 years old, but many attractions were available for the younger children, so the whole family had fun.
Before going to Seoul Land, we also went to the Seoul Zoo, which is located on the same site.
We were happy to see many animals there as well!

We went on a Saturday when the leaves were at their best, so the zoo was much more crowded than we expected.
We went to both Seoul Land and the zoo in the afternoon, so we ended up enjoying both halfway through the day.

I regret that I was so greedy to visit both in one day….

If I ever go again, I will split it into two days.

To save time, we also took the elephant train, but the price was changed.
Adults -> 1500w Children -> 1000w

Also, the day we went, the park closed at 9pm, but the last elephant train ride was at 8:15pm.
Since we played until just before closing time, we walked to the Daegongwon station on the way back, but it took about 15 minutes with our child.


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