We went to this themepark (Everland) as part of a provincial fieldtrip (I was working as an English teacher at the time and one of our benefits was going on cultural fieldtrips like this one). The day we went, it started to pour rain just as we got inside the park and were walking towards the rides. Of course, I can't blame the weather for my bad experience at the themepark. It was hard to look for much cover and the themepark was really big. The lines were long for the rides too. There was definitely a lot of people on that Saturday afternoon. The park is a little south-east of Seoul. You would have to give about an hour to get to the park from Seoul. From walking around, I get the feeling this themepark is more meant for children that're still in school and families, basically. Young adults and college students could PROBABLY consider Everland as an alternate, expensive dating option. Think of it as your Asian version of Disney World/Land. Being that this is one of the most well-known theme parks in South Korea, if you are a tourist, I think you should consider at most, one or two visits. Oh yes, and of course when you're there, you should try the T Express. It's "South Korea's highest, fastest, longest, steepest roller coaster. Also South Korea's first wooden coaster. It has world's steepest wooden roller coaster record (77 degrees, 2009)".
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