Going to Korea wouldn’t be complete if you don’t visit any amusement park. Among the amusement parks in Korea, Everland is the best!

It’s a place where everyday is a holiday! Excited is an understatement. I was so happy walking inside the park and even more excited to try their rides.
I went there with Khaylee. We went in the same school but we haven’t talk until now. As an expat, it’s refreshing to meet another Filipino once in awhile.
We were together in some rides. In other rides, I was alone.
She’s into photography, and I’m into extreme rides.
I enjoyed the Zootopia because it was my first time to see most of the animals there.
I was in awe the whole time. To be honest, I feel like I was more excited with the kids there.
Look at these racoons!
They have different kinds of monkeys! Yay! LOL
Here are some of the photo spots in Zootopia.
You don’t need to go to Africa to ride a camel. They have it here in Everland! <3


Look at this T-Express! Your visit to Everland isn’t worth it if you don’t try The T- Express. It’s one of the steepest wooden roller coaster in the world!
Everland also offers animal shows.
It’s not just a normal animal show because the animals know a lot of tricks.
I can say that the animals are not harmed and they are enjoying what they do.
Given a chance, I would love to have a caricature with my family or my special someone.
Alpine Village is amazing! It made me feel that I’m in Switzerland.
I went there on the second week of March 2016. The snow has melted. No more sledding. 🙁
The horror house was also closed.
I ate at the place called European Adventure.
The food is really pricey so we decided to order just one meal. This costs 13,500 won.
It was all worth it!
Who would have thought that you’ll see these kind of houses in Korea!
After the T-Express ride, we opted to go to some light activities like watching a 4D movie.
At first, we were glad because the trailer is in English with Korean subtitles.
But it turns out that the movie “Rio” is using the Korean language without subtitles. LOL.
The rotating house is next to the Space Tour. It’s really cool! You should try it.
I forgot the name of this ride where you’ll sit in the chair and shoot anything weird around.
They also have lots of cable cars. Yayyy.

American Adventure:


Magic Land:

European Adventure:

Global Village:

The tulips are still closed because it’s winter.
I’ll definitely go back there on Spring!
How to go there:
Make a reservation to the bus in their website. Or just wait at the designated bus stop. 🙂
Admission fee:
44,000 won

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  1. Hi again Ms. Karla! Ask ko lang if ing emyracw na KRW36000 sa eveland, covered na ba nun lahat mg rides sa themepark? Ung sa klook ba na me traspo is ok? Which can you recommend sa dalawa?whixh is better? Tnx. 🙂

  2. Ms karla ask ko uli need pa ba mgpareserve sa mga bus stations to everland? From jongno kasi kame manggaling if ever.

      1. hi miss Karla, tanong lang po, yung admission fee po nila it includes the rides po o mag add pa? thanks

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