Sunday, June 9, 2013

2 Days

Lotte World is an indoor/outdoor amusement park located in Seoul, the capital of Korea. Lotte World is listed in the Guinness World Record Book for biggest indoor amusement park and it is open all year around. an outdoor amusement park called "Magic Island", an artificial island inside a lake linked by monorail, shopping malls, a luxury hotel, a Korean folk museum, sports facilities, and movie theaters. Some of the rides I look forward to going on is:
A boat ride that allows passengers to travel along with Sindbad through an underground waterway.
The Conquistador
A viking ride. It swings back and forth, almost reaching the ceiling of Lotte World at its maximum height. The seats at the ends of the ship rise 5 more meters and 24 degrees higher than the seats towards the middle.
Treeble's Hopper
A children's ride. The children are taken up towards a tree house as they jump up and down over 6 meters. Only children between 90cm and 120cm are permitted.
Camelot Carrousel
The merry-go-round located near the middle of Lotte World consists of 64 white horses. This is also the merry-go-round featured in South Korean drama series, Stairway to Heaven.
Crazy Bumper Cars
The bumper car attraction does not permit children under 140cm. 1 person per vehicle.
The Bumping Jesters
Bumper cars for children not permitted on the Crazy Bumper Cars. Anyone over 140 cm is not permitted, unless they are accompanying a child. Children under 5 years must have an adult with them.
Boong Boong Car
A kid ride where the children aboard a Boong Boong Car (붕붕 in Korean is the sound a car makes) and go to save Hansel and Gretel from the witch's house. Children under 105cm are required to be accompanied by an adult.
Swing Pang Pang
A mini version of the Teacup ride; the children get on a twirling basket. Children under 6 years have to be accompanied by an adult.
Lotty's Kidstoria
A play place for kids under the age of 8 years. This play area's theme is fairy-tale world, and kids can go barefoot to explore Cinderella's Castle, Alice in Wonderland, and other fairy-tale stories.
Flume Ride
A log ride consisting of a 4-seat long boat that travels through a Jurassic jungle.
Giant Loop
A roller coaster ride made only of one big loop. Passengers are constantly taken for 360 degree spins in a 14m-wide circular rail. The vehicle even stops while upside down.
Drunken Basket
A teacup ride that spins the individual vehicles left and right while the whole ride itself rises up and down.
Fantastic Odyssey
A mega indoor theater with 292 seats.
A wide i-max screen theater, but the seats are in form of a horse. The seats move in all directions to the screen image. Passengers over 120 kg and under 120cm must sit on a coach seat.
The 4-D Theater
A 4-D theater that includes special effect glasses; visitors will feel wind, vibration, and water. Children under 100cm are not permitted.
Fairy Tale Theater
A puppet show featuring Jumbo the Elephant. Children under 6 years must be accompanied by an adult.
Happy Picnic
A kid's ride in the form of a Ferris wheel. The individual cars are different characters from famous TV shows, such as Thomas the Train, and Jay Jay the Jet Plane. Only passengers under 140cm are permitted, and children under 5 years need to be accompanied by an adult.
Magic boats that take kids up and down while spinning around.

I really look forward to this event, but sadly the day we were scheduling to go there, the forecast says it is supposed to rain. :(   

1 comment:

  1. I have been there three years ago and it was fun. It will still be lots of fun even in rain!