Everland is one of the biggest amusement parks in South Korea. Like Disneyland, there are a variety of rides, restaurants and activities. As mentioned in our vlog, we purchased our tickets through Trazy (Link here) for $39. Prices may vary depending on the time of the year.

It took us about an hour and a half to get there by bus. The bus was arranged by Trazy, so it was super easy to get to and from Everland. We got to Everland around 10:30am and left at 6:30pm, so it wasn’t a whole lot of time, but if you use your time wisely, you’ll get to go on some pretty awesome rides. We went on a total of 6 rides, which was a good amount given the time we had. Some of the waiting lines were over an hour (yikes), but it was worth it ^^


This was the shuttle bus that took us from the parking lot to the entrance of the amusement park.

There was a zoo there with different animals like fennec foxes, mongooses, etc. and a petting zoo with guinea pigs and sheep, but not much else. All of them were so cute.

For food, there are different kinds of amusement park snacks like chicken on a stick and corn dogs. There’s also ice cream.


And as always, there were plenty of souvenirs. I was tempted to buy them all (**says Lila haha). We did buy headbands. They were 8,000 won (~$8) each. I ended up buying 2. The panda one was too hard to resist…look at how cute it is. Who could resist that?


Anyways, if you check out our vlog, you can see more of our trip to Everland. It was a blast! We highly recommend going if you do travel to South Korea. It’s a great place to go with friends and family.

To find out more information on the park and how to get tickets, check out the official website: http://www.everland.com/web/multi/english/everland/main.html

And as posted above, we highly recommend checking out Trazy.com for some awesome trip deals.

Please feel free to message us if you would like to learn more about the trip and our experiences. If you have any questions, we’ll try our best to answer them.

– Lila & Lillian

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