On my first full day in Korea my friends and I went to Lotte World located at: 240 Olympic-ro, Jamsil 3(sam)-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is a partially inside and outside amusement park that has some cute similarities to the Disney Parks in the U.S..
We went on October 7th, 2016 and I was very surprised to see so much Halloween decor everywhere. I knew Halloween was not celebrated as much outside of the U.S. but Lotte World brought out all the stops when decorating for Halloween. There were pumpkins and witches galore and everything had a bit of a cute touch to it!
Our Tickets for the day which are normally about $50 we got for about $23 using a coupon on our phones. I was so amazed that we could get tickets for so cheap!
On the inside of the park is a large ice skating rink and several floors filled with rides, games, stores and lots of food places and kiosks filled with lots of things. There was a little monorail that went above the park and several rides like: a pirate ship, a Sinbad ride that reminded me of Pirates of the Caribbean, A full loop ride, several kids rides and so much more.
You can exit the inside to head to the other half of the park where there are many more rides and a cute little castle. At the time I went, they were having a zombie island attraction and many little horror themed areas. If you go to Lotte World you want to download the park app on your phone and you can get early passes for the rides. You have a few passes for your visit and you have to be quick to get the times you want for the more popular rides.
There was so much different food in the park: Hot Dogs, Jajang myeon, Chicken, Kebabs, Pizza, Ice Cream, Cookies, Hamburgers, Udon and Tankatsu plus so much more! I was surprised to see such an array of things from all over the world. I was also glad to see that the prices were not crazy and very affordable compared to an American park where they gauge the price of food like crazy.
While we were there we got to see the special Halloween Parade which was so fun to watch. There was so many floats, dancers and lots of cool costumes. I videoed the entire thing and will be posting it on my youtube shortly.
I had a fun day at Lotte World and would defiantly go back in a heart beat. Have you ever been or want to go? Let me know what your favorite part was or what you look forward to the most?
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Alas summer is finally here, and so there is more time to partake in various dorky activities more often. Let the season of Anime, Dramas, and Video games commence! There is so many series that are on my radar to watch and games to play, where to start! A bright spot this week is the fact that the Steam Summer Sale has begun starting today. *Listens to money slipping away out of wallet* It is exciting for many reasons, one of which is I just started a TWITCH channel and have been wanting to stream several games and if I can get them for next to nothing then fantastic.
I am going to try and get at least one post up every day, more if I am able. I’ve been going through all the anime I have watched before, and the list is quite impressive for sure, so between those and the ones I am currently watching there will be no running out of content surely. There are multiple Korean Dramas that have caught my eye as well; I wish I could watch them all non-stop but alas, because I am somewhat human I require sustenance and sleep to survive. >_<
What are some of the things you are watching this summer? Any fun games you suggest? Let me know about them in the comments! :3