A brand new theme park in South Korea is counting down the days until its official opening.
Lotte World Adventure Busan Theme Park, created by Hollywood-based entertainment design firm Legacy Entertainment, has an opening date of 31 March.
This will follow the park’s soft opening between 17-20 March and there is much anticipation in Asia for its arrival.
The park will cover 25 acres with six themed worlds: Tinker Falls, Rainbow Springs, Wonder Woods, Queen Lorry’s Royal Garden, Joyful Meadows and Underland.
Guests will be attracted to ‘Giant Digger’, a Mack Launched Coaster, ‘Giant Splash,’ a Mack Super Splash, ‘Giant Swing’ by Zamperla and ‘Ogre’s Flume,’ constructed by ABC Rides. Lotte World Adventure will also include a first ‘Roller Coaster Restaurant’.
“For over 30 years, Lotte World has set the gold standard for family entertainment in South Korea,” said Yaeli Chung, Legacy’s Managing Director of Korea. “Our entire team feels very fortunate and humbled to help Lotte World write its next chapter in Busan.
“Working closely with the team from Lotte World, we aimed to redefine what an Asian regional theme park can be.”
Lotte World Adventure represents the second theme park in the Lotte World chain. The original Lotte World, opened in 1989, is South Korea’s leading theme park with its flagship park located in Seoul, South Korea.
The world’s largest indoor theme park is ranked among the world’s top-performing theme parks, welcoming between 5 and 7 million visitors annually.