Hot Summer VS. Best Water Parks in Korea!
Water park is the one big reason why we love summer!!! Now here are the most exciting water parks you could ever experience in Korea!
Caribbean Bay, part of the Everland theme park, is Korea’s first and largest water park, and one of the favorite family destinations, too!
The water park located in the outskirts of Seoul holds up to five themed zones of Sea Wave, Bay Slide, Fortress, Aquatic Center, and Wild River, where you can enjoy both indoor and outdoor pools, spas, wild water slides, children’s pool, diving pools, and of course, the featured Maga Storm!
There is also a special event Mega Wave Festival held by the Caribbean Bay this summer, you can enjoy the everyday pool party with DJ and dance performance till 6, August!
Opens: 8:00 ~ 22:00
Tickets: Adults 50,000~74,000 won, Children 39,000~58,000 won (seasonal)
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Location: 199 Everland-ro, Pogok-eup, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
→Go to Carribean Bay Website
Seorak Waterpia is a popular water park on the beautiful East Coast of Korea, where you can enjoy the scenery of the famous Seoraksan Mountain at the same time.
The water park uses all natural hot spring water (alkaline mineral water) from the granite layer that was formed about 180 million years ago during the Mesozoic Jurassic Age! Get ready to feel refreshed by playing in the natural mineral water!
Opens: 6:00~21:00 (high season)
Tickets: Adult 30,000~60,000 won, Children 22,500~45,000 won (depends on time)
Location: 24-1 Jangsa-dong, Yeongrang-dong, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do
→Go to Seorak Waterpia Website
Vivaldi Park Ocean World
Daemyung VIVALDI Park is not only famous for its ski & golf reosrts, but also has one of the world top 4 waterparks – Vivaldi Park Ocean World, one of the most popular summer destinations in Korea.
The Vivaldi Park Ocean World with an unique ancient egyptian style is featured with four play zones, including Indoor Zone, Extreme Zone, Dynamic Zone, and Mega Slide Zone.
You can experience the thrilling 300 meters long 3-seater tube slide “Monster Blaster”, and the first 8-seater mat slide in Korea “Cairo Racing” of 120m long, 18.8m high!
Tickets: Adults 35,000~50,000 won, Childern 25,000~40,000 won (depends on season & time)
Location: 262 Hanchigol-gil, Seo-myeon, Hongcheon, Gangwon-do
Sealala Spa & Water Park
Sealala is not a large sized water park but it’s super accessible! Located in Yeongdeungpo distric downtown Seoul, Sealala offers you an indoor water park and Korean traditional SPA Jimjilbang experience at the same time! You can find several kinds of unique Korean sauna rooms and the automatic massage chairs as well!
If you don’t have enough time to travel far for a water park, Sealala would be the best choice to have fun and relax at anytime you want!
Opens: Water Park 10:00~19:00 (July 22~ August 20 10:00~21:00), Korean SPA(Jimjilbang) 24hrs
Water Park Tickets: Adults 26,000~53,000 won, Childern 21,000~47,000 won (depends on season & time)
Korean SPA (Jimjilbang) Tickets: Adults 8,000~10,000 won, Childern 7,000~9,000 won (depends on time)
Location: 15 Mullae-ro 28-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul
Lotte Water Park
Lotte Water Park at Gimhae, southeast Korea, is one of Korea’s most exciting water parks. The exotic Polynesian themed water park has Korea’s largest outdoor wave pool, largest indoor wave pool, and a largest 118 meters tornado slide!
Feel like experiencing more real ocean after playing in the South Pacific senery of the water park? The most famous Haeundae Beach of Korea is only an hour’s dirve away!
Tickets: Adults 38,000~45,000 won, Childern 30,000~36,000 won (depends on time)
Location: 555 Jangyu-ro, Gimhae-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
→Go to Lotte Water Park Website
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