Legoland is officially open in South Korea! May 5th marks the country's national Children's Day holiday. It is a holiday to celebrate the kids and for parents to take time off from their daily grinds to spend more time with their children. The perfect day to go to a theme park!
Legoland Korea. Photo via mk.co.kr.
The $255 million theme park operated by Merlin Entertainment started construction on November 28, 2014, in Chuncheon, South Korea, about 100 km or an hour drive. The 28-hectare park will house over 40 LEGO-themed rides including the Dragon Coaster and kids can get their own driver's license at the Driving School! The park also features a hotel for those who wish to stay overnight which includes LEGO-themed rooms and features.
Dragon Coaster at LEGOland Korea. Photo via Legoland.kr.
A single-day ticket pass for adults is ₩50,000 ($40 USD) and for a child is ₩40,000 ($30 USD). Tickets for the first day have already been sold out. Check out LEGOLAND Korea for more info!
Let us know if you would like to go! Which rides are you looking forward to the most?