Everland Discount Ticket Promotion for Foreigners Only on Trazy!

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The Best Offers Just for Trazy Users

Option 1: 40% Off Discount Ticket

Everland, the biggest theme park in Korea, offers 40% off discount tickets only for foreigners via Trazy.

With Trazy, you can also book Everland discount tickets instantly and effortlessly.

Buy 40% off discount tickets to Everland here.everland-discount-ticket

Option 2: 40% Off Discount Ticket & Shuttle Bus Package

Save time on your research and just simply book this all-inclusive package that includes a ticket and a shuttle bus ride for Everland.

Get 40% off on Everland Discount Ticket & Shuttle Bus Package NOW!everland-shuttle-package

Option 3: 50% Off Everland Q-Pass

If you get Everland Q-Pass or Express Pass, you can simply skip the long queues at Everland’s 5 best attractions – T Express, Safari World, Lost Valley, Panda World and Amazon Express.everland-qpassIf you are planning to visit Everland on weekends or during high season, getting a Q-Pass is highly recommended. Buy Q-Pass here.

*Trazy is the official ticket seller of Everland Q-Pass.

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Option 4: Everland Round-trip Shuttle Bus Only (Seoul ↔ Everland) 

For those who need a ride to Everland from Seoul, book this round-trip shuttle bus.

The shuttle bus departs from three locations in Seoul: Hongik University Station, Myeongdong Station and Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station.

Please make sure to book Everland shuttle bus service in advance.everland-shuttle-bus

Option 5: Everland Discount Ticket & Private Van Package

Want a private driver and van to pick you up from your hotel in Seoul? Do you want to stay at Everland until the night parade?

Trazy’s private van package offers a comfortable trip to Everland from Seoul!everland-private-van

Option 6: Everland Full Day Package

If you want to spend the whole day at Everland with your friends and family, this is the perfect option for you.everland-full-dayWhat’s Included:

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Why is April the Best Time to Visit Korea?

South Korea is a fascinating country to visit at any time of year, and there’s no better time to do so than in the spring, particularly in April.

Read on to find out why you never really need an excuse to visit Korea in April.

1. Hello, Sunshine!

In Korea, April is the month of spring breeze and warm sunlight and the weather continues to get warmer throughout the month.

While the average April’s high temperatures in Seoul are around 12~18ºC (53.6~64.4ºF), the temperatures in the southern region of Korea, including Busan, Gyeongju and Jeju Island, are 2~3 degrees higher.

※There may be some sporadic cold snaps and big gaps in temperatures at night, so make sure you bring a couple of warm sweaters or a light-weight jacket or coat!

At this time of the year, you will start seeing restaurants and cafes reopen their beautiful terraces and locals going outdoors to enjoy family outing or spring picnic.

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Travelers enjoying the outdoors in ‘Hanbok’

The weather in April also offers travelers and tourists the perfect opportunity to enjoy the outdoors dressed in Korean traditional outfit ‘hanbok‘ as well.

2. Blooms ‘n’ Blossoms

Weather is not the only reason why April is the best time to visit Korea.

It is when travelers and tourists can witness the spring’s splendor and admire the colorful blooming flowers and the vibrant colors on the streets everywhere.

Here are some of the best features of Spring not to be missed in Korea are: cherry blossoms, tulips and spring flower gardens.

1) Cherry Blossoms

Cherry blossom season reaches its peak in early April and they tend to bloom earlier in the southern parts of Korea. Most of them fall when there is a strong wind or rain, so be sure to catch them before they are gone!

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Breathtaking cherry blossoms at Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival

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2) Tulips

Don’t be disappointed when the cherry blossoms are gone as there are colorful tulips for you to enjoy.

A. Taean Tulip Festival

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Taean Tulip Festival is by far the largest tulip festival in Korea, which features more than 1.5 million of colorful tulips. It is also known as one of the world’s top 5 tulip festivals!

  • Date: April 13~May 10
  • Location: Taean County, Chungcheong-do (mid-west province)
  • Best things to see: Flower gardens (tulips, canola, digitalis, lupine)
  • Book a tour

For more information, click here.

B. Everland Tulip Festival

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If you want to celebrate spring somewhere closer to Seoul, head out to Korea’s largest theme park, Everland. There is an annual tulip festival and a fantastic garden of spring blooms called Four Seasons Garden for visitors to enjoy.

Browse more deals on Everland here.

3) Azaleas

Azaleas are the late-bloomers of the spring season in Korea. You will be able to see them until late-April, so catch them before they are gone.

Goryeosan Mountain Festival

goryeosan-azaleaOnly a two-hour bus ride from Seoul, you can enjoy a short excursion to Goryeosan Mountain Azalea Festival. Covered with various shades of pink and magenta azaleas, Goyreosan Mountain in April just seems like an otherworldly place!

  • Date: April 12~23, 2017
  • Location: Gangwha County, Incheon, Gyeonggi-do (mid-west province)
  • Best things to see: azaleas, azalea tea tasting, azalea rice pancake making experience
  • Book a tour

For more information, click here.

4) Spring Flower Gardens & Parks

This April, visit two of Korea’s best-loved spring flower garden and park: The Garden of Morning Calm and Hallim Park. Featuring from fascinating displays of seasonal flowers, tropical gardens, exotic plants to scenic paths, they are the perfect places to revel in spring.

A. The Garden of Morning Calm

아침고요_본문04The Garden of Morning Calm is a popular tourist destination near Seoul where visitors can admire fantastic botanical gardens and flowers all year round.

Every April, Spring Festival is held from mid-April to the end of May at the Garden of the Morning Calm.

  • Date: Mid-April~Late May
  • Location: Gapyeong County, Gyeonggi-do (mid-west province)
  • Best things to see: Wildflower exhibition, cherry blossoms, magnolia, azalea, Japanese apricot, forsythia
  • Book our recommended tour

For more information, click here.

B. Hallim Park

jeju-island-spring (4)Stop and smell the flowers at Hallim Park in northwest Jeju. Unlike other botanical gardens that display flowers, this park is dedicated to different flowers every month.

In April, the cherry blossoms and canola flowers burst into bloom all over the park!

  • Date: Throughout April
  • Location: Hallim-eup, Jeju City, Jeju Island
  • Best things to see: Cherry blossoms, canola flowers, botanical gardens, Ssangyonggul Cave
  • Buy a discount ticket

For more information, click here.

3. It’s a Festival Frenzy!

Throughout April, a series of unique and authentic festivals will be held across Korea. Here are some of the best festivals where you can release all the pent up energy you’ve been storing up during the winter!

1) Jindo Miracle Sea Road Festival

jindo-sea-parting-festivalEvery April, thousands of visitors flock to Jindo Sea Parting Festival, a.k.a Jindo Miracle Sea Road Festival, to see ‘the modern Mose’s miracle’ in Jindo Island and walk on the exposed sea road when the sea opens up!

  • Date: April 26~29, 2017
  • Location: Jindo Island, Jeolla-do (southwest province)
  • Best things to enjoy: Miracle sea road walking experience, hands-on programs including learning Korean folk song ‘Jindo Arirang’ and traditional music ‘Gukak’, Jindo Hongju experience (Jindo traditional alcohol tasting)
  • Book a tour

For more information, click here.

2) Mungyeong Traditional Chasabal (Tea Bowl) Festival

mungyeong-tea-bowl-festival-2If you still haven’t experienced Korean tea culture, Mungyeong Traditional Chasabal Festival is the perfect place to be.

The festival gives you the chance to spin the potter’s wheel, paint designs and make your own ceramic tea sets for 4,000 won. You can also taste different types of Korean teas, including omija, dandelion and lotus leaf.

  • Date: April 28~30, 2017
  • Location: Mungyeong, Gyeongsang-do (southeast province)
  • Best things to enjoy: Hands-on programs for making pottery and teaware, Korean tea tasting
  • Book a tour

For more information, click here.

3) Lotus Lantern Festival (Yeondeunghoe)

lotus-lantern-festival-bongeunsa-(1).jpgThe annual Lotus Lantern Festival, or Yeondeunghoe, is a major lantern festival in Seoul that is held to celebrate Buddha’s birthday. There will be a fascinating lantern parade and traditional cultural events along the Jongno Street and spectacular lantern displays at Jogyesa Temple and Bongeunsa Temple.

  • Date: April 28~30, 2017
  • Location: Jogyesa, Bongeunsa temple, along the Jongno Street (Seoul)
  • Best things & places to see: A lotus lantern parade on April 29 (Sat) (Dongdaemun Gate → Jogyesa Temple 7:00pm-9:30pm), Bongeunsa Temple exhibition, Jogyesa Temple exhibition, Cheonggyecheon Stream exhibition

Now, if you are planning your spring trip to Korea, April is surely the best time to do so.

Check out the best tours and travel deals for April!

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Hallim Park Official Homepage
Jindo Sea Parting Festival Official Homepage
Everland Official Homepage
The Garden of Morning Calm Official Homepage
Bongeunsa Temple Official Homepage
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Enjoy Everland’s Tulip Festival & Spring Attractions to the Fullest!

Korea’s perishing winter has gone. The weather is getting warm, spring flowers with vivid colors start blooming, and it’s high time we planned a day trip to Everland, the biggest theme park in Korea. Yay!

Let’s have a look at what we’ve got here today:)

1. Everland Tulip Festival 2017

Everland_Tulip FestivalThumbnail_Everland Discount Ticket and Shuttle Bus PackageFour Seasons Garden at Everland is filled with 1.2 million spring flowers including tulips, daffodils, and grape hyacinths. The garden features sculptures and paths decorated with colorful spring flowers. Visitors love the 26 meter-tall Flower Magic Tower, a perfect photo spot for your Instagram!

Festival Period: March 16 – April 23

Trazy’s Everland Discount Ticket & Shuttle Bus Package allows you to enjoy Everland from around 11 am to 6 pm.

2. Romantic Night at Everland

Everland_Romance in the SkyThumbnail_Everland Full Day PackageHowever, we strongly recommend staying at Everland until the night falls. The reason is simple; the longer you stay, the more fun you come across. Evening shows and events will greet visitors who stay until late in the evening. For example, the fireworks show “Romance in the Sky” is held at 8 pm.

With the rich fragrance of spring flowers, the fireworks at night will make your day out at Everland even more romantic. Seize this wonderful moment with your beloved ones.

Make sure to check out the detailed schedule for the fireworks at Everland official website.

Trazy’s Everland Full Day Package shuttle bus leaves Everland at 9:15 pm (10:15 pm from April to October), which allows you to catch the night parades and fireworks.

3. Top Attractions Awaken from Hibernation

everland-4Thumbnail_Everland Q PassAs spring thaws frozen air and lands, Everland‘s top rides also awaken from their winter break. The rides that re-operates from March include the T express, the world’s best wooden coaster according to Mitch Hawker’s online poll in 2008 and 2010. It ensures an adventure filled experience of an adrenaline rush.

Popular attractions such as T-express & Amazon Express always have long lines. Use Everland Q-Pass to save your time. 🙂

Feel the spring breeze with the sweet scent of flowers, experience the thrill of the extreme rides and wrap up your day with the romantic firework-adorned sky.

To book Everland Full Day Package, click here!

Looking for other Everland deals?

Browse all the Everland deals at Trazy.com, Korea’s No.1 Travel Shop.

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How to Get to Everland from Seoul | Transportation & Tips

Visit one of the best theme parks in Korea, Everland!

Everland, South Korea’s most popular theme park, is located on the outskirts of Seoul in Yongin City, Gyeonggi Province, which takes around 2~3 hours or more from Seoul.

If you are visiting Everland Theme Park for the first time, here are 3 ways to get to the theme park and other alternatives to take into consideration when making your way to Everland. everland-3.jpg

3 ways to get to Everland

1. By Shuttle Bus

Everland offers a shuttle bus transfer service, however, a prior reservation via phone is required.

On the bus, you must pay for the round-trip bus fare (12,000 KRW) in cash.

You can book the Everland shuttle bus online via Everland’s official partner, Trazy.com.

Everland Shuttle Bus Schedule & Pick-up Location

Seoul → Everland (1~1.5 hours)
9:05am Depart from Hongik University Station Exit 4
(Line 2, Gyeongui Jungang, Airport Railroad)
9:40am Depart from Myeongdong Station (Line 4) Exit 2
9:50am Depart from Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station (Line 2, 4, 5) Exit 11
Everland → Seoul (1~1.5 hours)
6:30pm Depart from Everland Parking Area No. 5 – Platform #7/#8
To Hongik University Station >> Myeongdong Station >> Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station
9:30pm (Mon~Thurs, Sun) Depart from Everland Parking Area No. 5 – Platform #7/#8
To Myeongdong Station and Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station

| Note: From July 15~August 27, 2017, the shuttle bus will depart at 8:05am from Hongik University Station / 8:40am from Myeongdong Station / 8:50am from Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station.

To see the shuttle bus transfer service between Everland and Gangnam area or Suwon, click here.

Looking for Everland tickets or other packages?

For those who want to stay until the night parade or the closing time, check out Private Van Transfer Package or Full Day Package.

※ Since Everland is a popular theme park, we strongly advise you to make your reservation in advance! 

2. By Local Bus

Your second option is to take a local bus from Seoul to Everland. The following are the locations of the bus stops.🚏

➡ Gangnam Station (Line 2) Exit 5: Take Bus No.5002 (8 stops, approx. 55 mins~)

➡ Gangnam Station (Line 2) Exit 10: Take Bus No.5002 (9 stops, approx. 1 hr 5 mins~)

➡ Jamsil Station (Line 2, 8) Exit 6: Take Bus No.5700 (21 stops, approx. 1 hr 10 mins~)

➡ Sadang Station (Line 2, 4) Exit 3: Take Bus No.1500-2 (73 stops, approx. 1 hr 30mins~)

➡ Gangbyeon Station (Line 2) Exit 1: Take Bus No. 5700 (22 stops, approx. 1 hr 15 mins~)

3. By Subway

Last but not least, you can get to Everland by taking the subway and here’s how.

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From Gangnam Station (Line 2, Green) ➡ Jeongja Station (Sinbundang Line, Dark Red) ➡ Giheung Station (Bundang Line, Yellow) ➡ Jeondae Everland Station (Yongin Ever Line) Exit 3 ➡ Take a free shuttle bus to Everland

*Ever Line operation hours: 5:30 am~11:30 pm
*Estimated travel time80 mins

As you can see, it will take up some time to reach Everland even when you take the subway. Considering that it is your first time to travel around Seoul, we expect it will take up even more time.

Therefore, taking a shuttle bus can be the most convenient and cost-efficient way to get to Everland from Seoul.

About Everland Theme Park

Everland is the largest theme park in Korea with over 40 rides and attractions.

One of the most popular rides at Everland is T Express, the third tallest roller coaster in the world. Since T Express has long queues during weekends or high season, it would be best for you to buy Everland Q-Pass (Fast Pass). The Q-Pass will save you big time at your favorite rides and attractions in Everland.
everland-4.jpgEverland Theme Park also offers various seasonal themed festivals throughout the year, such as the Tulip Festival and the Rose Festival during spring and the Romantic Illumination Festival during winter. So whenever you visit Everland in Korea, it has something for you.

If you want to visit Everland during your trip to Korea, make sure you check out all the Everland deals offered by Korea’s #1 Travel ShopTrazy.com.

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Revel in Christmas Festivities at Everland Theme Park in South Korea!

The end of 2016 is fast approaching, and one of the best places to immerse yourself in the festive Christmas spirit is at Everland in Yongin!

Traditionally well-known for its exciting rides and great facilities, Everland is celebrating the holiday season with its Christmas Fantasy Festival! It would be a perfect opportunity to enjoy the amazing array of decorations with your significant other, family or friends, so make sure you check it out!

From now until the end of the month, the park will be decked out with decorated trees, baubles, artificial snow and sparkling lights.

The main highlight is the White X-mas Parade, which will proceed along the 750-meter long parade path as artificial snow is sprinkled while lively Christmas carols are played.

At Carnival Square, Everland‘s main characters Lenny and Lara as well as various other Christmas characters like Santa Clause and Rudolph will sing and dance in a Christmas wish performance twice a day. There is also a special program that children can sign up for to participate in the parade with the professional actors as little Santas.

For some Instagram-worthy photos, take a walk along the 500 meter-long street from the entrance of the park. Called “Ever Milky Way,” this area is lit up with 120,000 LED bulbs .

“Christmas Tree Street” is a themed street featuring actual trees like fir and cedar that are 4~5 meters tall.

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Check out the “Winter Animal Garden” and “Starlight Zoo” as well, which is filled with cute safari animals that twinkle with bright lights at night.

Check out this link for discount tickets as well as shuttle bus and private van transport services to the park!

What are you waiting for? Head to Everland now to fill on festive cheer and feel the Christmas spirit!

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Have a Fright-tastic Halloween at Everland With Ghoulish-ly Good Food and Spooktacular Thrills!

Prepare your costumes and candy – Halloween’s just around the corner! It’s the time when ghosts, zombies, witches, and all other things creepy appear. Halloween in Korea has become a cultural event that is quite lavishly celebrated in certain areas, especially theme parks. Everland, the nation’s largest theme park, is hosting the Happy Halloween & Horror Nights Festival until November 6th. Head on over today to enjoy some spooky, spine-chilling festivities!

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Everything from the entrance sign to parade floats and trees is covered with carved pumpkins, smiling jack-o-lanterns, ghoulish ghosts and gargoyles…. If there’s a place takes their themes very seriously, it’s Everland. They’ve got something for thrill seekers of all ages and the beautifully colored autumn foliage is also in full bloom, making for a perfect picture. Now let’s get into the series of attractions in store for all of you.

‘Happy Halloween’ consists of fun attractions that are quite light-hearted and fun, providing a family friendly twist on Halloween. Everything is mostly G or PG-rated, so you don’t need to worry about anything popping out and scaring you. The Happy Halloween Party is a dance parade where all types of ghosts and goblins dynamically dance around on decadent, large floats.

There are also magic shows that overwhelm and empower the audience, a nighttime moonlight parade that’s brighter than the stars in the night sky, and various themed multimedia show performances to commemorate Everland‘s 40th year anniversary.

Head on over to Horror Village for ‘Horror Nights’ if you seek real thrills and scares, where there’s plenty of attractions that will make your blood run cold. It’ll feel like a walk through one of your most horrific nightmares; the kind that you’ll be glad you woke up from.

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By far the most terrifying and spine-chilling experience is the horror maze. You pay 5000 KRW to walk in the dark in groups of four to six and bump into many different types of ghosts and ghouls that’ll have you letting out blood-curdling screams, as you try and find your way out. It’s definitely not for the faint-hearted. Check out this terrifying teaser for the maze from a few years back featuring 2PM and miss A’s Suzy.

There’s also the Horror Safari. As your bus descends into the darkness, you’ll start to feel a sense of dread and want to head back, but zombies will chase after you and try to terrorize your bus. Will the bus be able to return without becoming torn apart or stranded? Most importantly, will YOU be able to return alive?

*Note: The Horror Safari is a horror experience that does not involve any live animals.

Blood Square is another major attraction; a horror village haunted by cursed souls who tried over and over again to calm their souls but failed. Enjoy the flash mob performance put on by shambling corpses in their gruesome, decaying states in the ruined ghost town.

#에버랜드 #블러드스퀘어 #할로윈 #호러나이츠

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You’ll probably be exhausted from screaming and running from ghosts and zombies, so fill your stomach with a variety of interesting Halloween menus. There’s everything from hotdogs with fangs and wrapped up like mummies to noodles with cute fish cakes cut into the shape of ghosts. Drinks also have creative names such as ‘zombie latte’, ‘monster blood ade’, ‘eyeball ade’ and ‘blood beer.’

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Add some festive cheer to your Halloween celebration at Everland this fall! Since the park is located in Yongin, which is quite far from Seoul, you can use this ticket and shuttle bus package to get to and from there conveniently. Departure and arrival locations include Hongik University, City Hall, Myeongdong and Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station.

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