Walltopia, Bulgarian-based manufacturers of climbing walls and active entertainment, has announced a new partnership on the Korean market. The company is teaming up with Zipline Korea, the largest provider of zip line attractions in Korea.

The partnership will mean the Korean market will be able to benefit from Walltopia’s expertise in developing complex active entertainment projects to take attractions to new levels.

A series of services will be offered to the Korean market, including architecture and design, engineering, production, project management, assembling and maintenance and inspection. A range of products will also be brought to Korea, including rope courses, artificial caves, boulder climbing walls, fun walls, ninja courses, and more.

Collaboration between the two companies was initiated when Zipline Korea visited Bulgaria to participate in an extensive training program with Walltopia.

Zlatimira Bancheva, sales director at Walltopia, commented on the partnership: “We see great potential in our collaboration, and we are very excited to see our first projects being designed.”

Jeffrey Wonkyu Jung, CEO of Zipline Korea, said: “Our ambition is to bring to Korea projects that incorporate a number of active entertainment products in one. This is Walltopia’s specialty. The company has a proven track record of delivering hubs for adventures that combine sport, adrenaline and fun and engage people in the experience of multiple different activities in one visit.”