Experience the famous Draken ride in Gyeongju World Amusement Park when you book your tickets here! (New users get extra ₩3,000 or $3 off first booking 🎉)
- Gyeongju World Amusement Park, the largest theme park in the southern region of South Korea, features a 90-degree dive coaster, a 230-feet drop tower, and children’s villages that families will enjoy.
- During snow season, the attraction transforms into a winter wonderland, where you can enjoy fun activities like sledding!
- Tickets for Gyeongju World Amusement Park typically cost ₩47,000 or $40 each, but you can book one for only ₩33,900 or $29 here!
Visit Korea’s Gyeongju World Amusement Park
If you’re planning a trip to Gyeongsang, whether to visit Changwon’s Yongji Lake or explore popular sites like the Bulguksa, then don’t miss the chance to visit Gyeongju World. With its world-class rides and amenities, this family-friendly amusement park has been featured in top Korean shows, including Running Man and I Live Alone (나 혼자 산다). They’re mainly known for their extreme rollercoasters, but, during winter, their snow attractions are not to be missed.
Here are some of the rides and attractions that you can look forward to, whether as a solo traveler, couple, or group:
Let’s begin with the most popular ride in Gyeongju World Amusement Park: the Draken! This is a steel roller coaster ride that’s constructed by the team behind the Yukon Striker in Canada’s Wonderland, the Diving Machine G5 in Janfusun Fancyworld (Taiwan), and the SheiKra in Busch Gardens Tampa Bay (US). The Draken features a hair-raising 90-degree drop, which will give you a very memorable free-fall experience. Definitely a must-try for seasoned riders!
The Krak in Gyeongju World is a monster ride that can rotate 360 degrees. At the start, it’ll swing you to the left and right, but you’ll feel your head spinning when it suddenly jolts up and get you hanging upside down!
If you haven’t experienced an inverted roller coaster yet, then you’ll have so much fun with this one. Unlike the regular type, the inverted roller coaster like the Python exposes your legs, so you’ll feel a different sensation as you go through the snake-like track’s twists and turns!
4. Mega Drop
The Mega Drop at Gyeongju World Amusement Park will slowly lift you up to a height of 70m (around 229 ft) before blasting you down at crazy speeds!
5. Submarine Splash
The Submarine Splash is a water roller coaster ride that’s perfect for the summer. With a height of 32m (104 ft), this is one of the highest water coaster in Asia. Feel the extreme turns and the cool splashes of water as you ride this beast in Gyeongju World’s California Beach zone!
6. Ferris Wheel
No trip to Gyeongju World is complete without hopping on their Ferris Wheel. Recommended for couples, kids, and solo adventurers, this attraction will give you a scenic view of the surrounds, including the Bomun Lake Resort!
7. Peggy’s Carousel
Kids and couples who are looking to have a carousel ride will love Peggy’s! Hop on one of the cute horses or an adorable carriage for a magical experience.
8. Dancing Cup
Get your little ones giggling as they ride the Dancing Cup! To make your family trip more memorable, also visit the other child-friendly rides, like the Family Viking, Bumper Car, and the Air Balloon Ride!
9. Sledding Tracks
Gyeongju World Amusement Park is one of the best places to visit in Korea during winter. When the grounds are covered with thick snow, you and your family can sled your way down in three extreme tracks!
Gyeongju World Amusement Park Tickets: Price & Deal
If you’re down to experience all the fun rides here in Gyeongju World, then go ahead and book your tickets on WAUG here! Below is a list of our discount offers for tickets (subject to change without notice):
|TICKET TYPE |
|REGULAR PRICE||RATES ON WAUG|
|1. Weekday/Weekend Pass|
|➡ Adults (20 years and up)||₩47,000|
|➡ Youth (14-19 years old)||₩39,000|
|➡ Child (3-13 years old)||₩33,000|
|2. 4pm Pass|
(Enter the park at 4pm)
|➡ Adults (20 years and up)||₩28,000|
|➡ Youth (14-19 years old)||₩28,000|
|3. 3pm Weekday Pass|
(Enter the park on a weekday
|➡ Adults (20 years and up)||₩21,000|
|➡ Youth (14-19 years old)||₩21,000|
What did some of our WAUG users think about Gyeongju World in Gyeongsang, Korea? Check out this review:
How to Book a Gyeongju World Amusement Park Pass Online
WAUG is the No. 1 travel activity booking platform from South Korea. If you’re unfamiliar with booking your trip online, just follow these 5 simple steps:
- Log in or sign up for an account here. (New users get extra $3 or around ₩3,000 off first booking!)
- Proceed to the Gyeongju World Amusement Park ticket page here.
- Select the date and provide other customer information.
- Check out with your Visa, Mastercard, or AMEX.*
- Wait for the mobile voucher, which we’ll send you via email and the WAUG app, which you can download here.
Is your method-of-payment issued in South Korea? You can switch the page’s currency to KRW to see other local payment options, like phone payment!
Plan Your Trip to Gyeongju World
After purchasing your tickets, consider the following information to help you finalize your travel itinerary:
1. Download the Gyeongju World Amusement Park Map
2. Address & Hours
Gyeongju World Amusement Park is located in 544, Bomun-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do or 경상북도 경주시 보문로 544 (천군동). Their operating hours normally change per month, and you can use this link to see their latest announcement: https://www.gjw.co.kr/Contents/contents.php?cmsNo=DA0100
3. How to get to Gyeongju World Amusement Park from Seoul
From Seoul Express Bus Terminal or Seoul Station, you can take a bus or train to get to Gyeongju. Hop on Bus No. 10 or 100, and get off at Gyeongju World Bus Stop.
4. Hotels & accommodation in Gyeongju
Thinking about booking a place to stay in Gyeongju? Check out the following:
- Hilton Gyeongju
- The Mauna Ocean Resort
- Gyeongju GG Tourist Hotel
- Guesthouse Santa Hostel
- Hanok-inspired Airbnb