The admission tickets for Lotte World Adventure Theme Park were,
Passport (All Access to Rides and Shows including Folk Museum):
- Adult KWN 40,000
- Teen KWN 35,000
- Children KWN 31,000
Admission and Shows Only:
- Adult KWN 25,000
- Teen KWN 22,000
- Children KWN 19,000.
Lotte World is divided in two sections. One Section is the Indoor Theme Park and across the street from it is Outdoor Magic Island with thrilling rides and beautiful Lake. Although Lotte World Korea is recognized as the World’s Largest Indoor Theme Park, I wouldn’t say that this is the Korean version of Disneyland, the indoor facility alone (not including the Magic Island Across from the Indoor Theme Park) is actually not much bigger than the Trans Studio Theme Park in Bandung but with a lot more imagination and creativities.
As you enter the Indoor Theme Park, you will immediately greeted with rows of souvenir shops, but keep on walking… you don’t want to be carrying around bags and bags of things before going on the rides and enjoying the fun.
Inside the Theme Park you will find stage where they perform characters shows, but the shows are in Korean Language, so those who do not speak Korean, you can only enjoy the movements and guess gestures.
Amongst the many rides and adventures, my niece enjoyed the Fairy Tale World where you’ll find the original storybook classic characters such as Jack & The Beanstalk, Pinocchio, Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, The Jungle Book and many more. There’s also an Ice Rink in the lower ground if you like to skate with the kids or if you’re not a skater, you can watch the fun from the main lobby dome.
There are restaurants, food stalls, stores, caricature painting in the facilities also. The Hot Dog is delicious, don’t forget to get one when you’re there.