Guide on all you need to know about going to Lotte World in Seoul
Here is my experience of going to Lotte World in Seoul as a tourist. Here is your guide on where to get tickets, places to eat and which rides I’d recommend.
Lotte World in Seoul | Tickets and Entry
We went through Klook to buy our tickets. Out of Trazy and Klook, I actually enjoy Klook more and one of the reasons being that the site uses pounds and the app loads faster than the There are a lot of positive reviews on the site so it seemed very safe and a few bloggers who I follow also recommended Klook and from my personal experience I would recommend them too.
It is a nice and simple process. You select when you want the tickets and then which type you want to buy. There are 4 different options – Park only tickets, and tickets with the options for 1/3/5 magic passes. From reading other blogs they suggested getting the magic pass so we went to get tickets with 3 passes.
Your digital voucher will be sent to you via email and you will then need to exchange them for a paper ticket. The ticket exchange ticket is currently located at the Wild Tour Gate which you will need to enter from the lotte world shopping mall. There are some terms and conditions which you should pay attention to.
Lotte World in Seoul | Rides
Here is a list of the rides and the order we went on them which includes the ones we used our 3 magic passes on. There were also some rides we didn’t get a chance to go on just because there are so many rides.
- Comet Express*
- The Adventures of Sinbad
- World Monorail
- 4D Shooting Theatre
- French Revolution*
*Rides we used our magic passes on
Lotte World in Seoul | Food and Snacks
Here is a list of all the food we tried and which one I would recommend.
- Corndog – 2/5 Not as crunchy as the traditional Korean Hotdogs
- Fries with cheese powder – 4/5 if you love cheese powder you’ll love these!
- Auntie Annies – Lemonade – 3/5 refreshing for a hot day but nothing special
- School Foods – Ramyun – 3/5 – The Ramyun packets to make at home are better than these but it was pretty cheap for a place at a theme park
- BHC Chicken – Chicken Popcorn and drink – 5/5 definitely recommend this especially if you like cheese powder again. The chicken is really lights and love that it’s a 2-in-1 with the drink. It’s not much so do keep that in mind.
Lotte World in Seoul | GiftShop
One of the things you have to do is browse the gift shops! There are so many cool things that the park has including all the headbands you see everyone wearing. There are 2 categories of gift shops – stores and carts. If you’re looking for a wide variety of things visit the stores. The one with the biggest variety of hairbands I found was at the Fantasy Gift shop which is right at the fantastic forest exit.
In hindsight, I would have wanted to go to the Fantasy Giftshops. But I ended up buying things from Lotty’s Emporium. I love the decor here, it was so bright and there are so many cute things. The staff also spoke English and was telling us about his favourite UK football team.
Lotte World in Seoul | Performances