Lotte World – Seoulistic

Lotte World

Located in Eastern Seoul, Lotte World is divided into Lotte World Adventure, the largest indoor amusement park in the world, and Magic Island, a themed island located next to Sokchon Lake. There are parades, laser shows, amusement park games, films and of course fun rides. And although the lines are long, you can pay a little extra for the Magic Pass, which will allow you to get to the front of the line. If you’re going to visit this amusement park in the winter, the fact that you can ride the rides without the blistering cold will be a blessing.

*Discounted admission price after 4PM

[One-day Ticket]
Full day: Adults 52,000 won / Teenagers 45,000 won / Children 41,000 won / Babies 13,000 won
After 4PM: Adults 41,000 won / Teenagers 36,000 won / Children 32,000 won / Babies 13,000 won

[Admission Only]
Full day: Adults 36,000 won / Teenagers 32,000 won / Children 29,000 won
After4: Adults 30,000 won / Teenagers 27,000 won / Children 24,000 won
After7: Adults 18,000 won / Teenagers 16,000 won / Children 14,000 won [Magic Pass Premium Ticket]
5-Ride Pass: 30,000 won (Select 5 rides) / Free Pass: 100,000 won (All attractions)
* Magic Pass is only available for Day-pass and Annual Membership holders
* Magic Pass cannot be used for attractions that charge an additional fee

Operating Hours:
9:30AM - 10PM
Phone Number:
240, Jamsil 3(sam)-dong, Songpa-gu, Olympic-ro, Seoul, South Korea
Subway Station:
Jamsil Station (Line 2, 8)

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