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Monday, November 24, 2014

#1151: Korea Travelogue // Jeju Soingook Theme Park

To be honest, I don't know whether we went to the Jeju Mini Land or the Miniature Park. The taxi driver we got said that they were both essentially the same thing and proceeded to bring us to one of them so I'm assuming we went to the Jeju Miniature Park or Soingook Theme Park?

Jeju Soingook Theme Park is Jejudo's major tourist attraction, covering about 20,000 square meters of land, and boasts various miniature models of famous architecture from all over the world including Korea's Bulguksa Temple, Jeju International Airport, Jageumseong Castle, Tower Bridge, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, Leaning Tower of Pisa, and much more from 30 countries, totaling 100 minuature models. The theme park also provides a traditional cultural experience with Jejudo's rock culture, folk religion, hands-on programs, an outdoor concert stage, a mini RC car stadium, and dinosaur fossils.

Each corner is designed in its own unique fashion. The theme park is a combination of an exhibition hall and a cultural space where visitors can experience a variety of entertainment and culture.

Jejudo's famous grandfather statues~

Can you recognise any of these structures?

Jeju Soingook Theme Park
| 1878, Jungsanganseo-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do |

Honestly, I think this theme park is worth visiting if you've never been to such places before. But it definitely doesn't warrant a second visit because we pretty much did and saw all there was when we went there the first time. Mum wasn't very impressed with the whole place and we went just because it was highly recommended by a lot of people.

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