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7 Water Parks In Korea You Need To Visit To Beat The Summer Heat & Have A Swimmingly Good Time

Water parks in Korea


As the temperature slowly rises as summer approaches, there’s no better way to cool off than by going on a day trip to one of Korea’s many water parks. Catered to visitors of all ages, these 7 water parks in Korea are sure to delight with their wide variety of rides, slides, and pools. 


1. Shinhwa Water Park


Water parks Korea - shinhwa water park
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Located on Jeju Island, Shinhwa Water Park has both outdoor and indoor facilities, as well as shopping and dining options within its premises. 

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Adrenaline junkies can immerse themselves in the exciting outdoor rides, which include the Giant Double Leaf and Super Creeper Coil. 

Water parks Korea - shinhwa water park slide
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The Super Creeper Coil is a 257m-long ride where riders lie in a bobsleigh-like float and ride down the slide at a high speed with powerful water jets guiding their way. 

Water parks Korea - healing stream at shinwa water park
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Those who simply want to chill in the water under the warm sunlight can go on the Rapid Wave, Sand Castle Spa, Healing Stream or Recreation Pool. 

Water parks Korea - rapid wave at shinhwa water park
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The Rapid Wave is a ride that outlines the park, so you can sit in a transparent float and let the rapids take you on a leisurely ride to enjoy different views of the park. 

Water parks Korea - indoor attractions at shinhwa water park
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For those who prefer to keep out of the hot sun, fret not – there are plenty of indoor attractions too. 

Water parks Korea - indoor rides at shinhwa water park
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The indoor rides include the Big Cup and Extreme Pipe, and both rides fall from a tall height and have twists and turns. 

Water parks Korea - relaxing spa at shinhwa water park
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To unwind after enjoying the exhilarating rides, submerge yourself in the Relaxing Spa and Lazy River. 

Water parks Korea - lazy river at shinhwa water park
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The Lazy River is a ride with rapids that bring you around the park, both indoors and outdoors. 

Water parks Korea - korean bathhouse at shinhwa water park
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There is even a jimjilbang (Korean bathhouse) for those who want to dry off and rest. The jimjilbang has 3 steam rooms – salt, clay, and charcoal – and a snack corner. 

Water parks Korea - kids pool at shinhwa water park
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Families with young children will want to check out the Mini Pool, Kids Pool, and Bubble Pop – play areas with shallow water levels suitable for the young ones. 

Water parks Korea - places to eat at shinhwa water park
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There are plenty of food options inside the park, from food kiosks to full-fledged restaurants. 

Water parks Korea - finger food snacks at shinhwa water park
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Quick bites like hot dogs, fish cake bars, and skewers can be purchased at the various food stalls.

Water parks Korea - garden bar at shinhwa water park
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If you prefer sitting down and having a full meal, Garden Bar and Just Cafe are restaurants with a range of cuisines, from Japanese to Western. 

Tickets to the park range from KRW29,000 (~USD23.07) to KRW49,000 (~USD38.98) per person, and may vary around peak occasions and seasonally. 

Also, you can rent a life jacket for KRW8,000 (~USD6.36) and a sunbed from KRW30,000 (~USD23.87) to KRW80,000 (~USD63.65)

Address: 38 Sinhwayeoksa-ro 304 beon-gil, Andeok-myeon Seogwipo-si, Jeju
Opening hours: 12pm-8pm, Daily
Contact: 1670-1188 | Shinhwa Water Park Website


2. Blue Canyon Water Park


Water parks Korea - Blue Canyon Water Park
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Blue Canyon Water Park is a Mediterranean-style park with Korea’s first 140m-high slide and longest river ride that spans 201m.

The park also uses Grade 1 natural mineral water that is taken from 700m underground, which is touted to have similar effects to hot spring water and is beneficial for sensitive skin. 

Water parks Korea - map of Blue Canyon Water Park
Map of Blue Canyon Water Park.
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The park has 2 sections: the outdoor zone and the indoor zone. 

Water parks Korea - high speed rides at blue canyon water park
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In the outdoor zone, there are 3 high-speed rides: Family Slide, Up & Hill Slide, and Speed Slide. 

Water parks Korea - family slide at blue canyon water park
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The Family Slide is proclaimed as Korea’s longest and widest slide, and it can accommodate 4 riders at a time. 

Water parks Korea - spa at blue canyon water park
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If you prefer to relax, there are the Half Bath, Event Spa, Well-Being Spa, Family Spa, and Herbal Sauna where you can unwind and loosen up your tired bones. 

Water parks Korea - family spa at blue canyon water park
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The Family Spa includes 4 private massage whirlpools that 4 people can occupy at any one time. 

Water parks Korea - herbal sauna at blue canyon water park
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The Herbal Sauna is a dry sauna which uses medicinal herbs and red clay balls in its infrastructure to reportedly maximise health benefits for users.  

Water parks Korea - indoor slides at blue canyon water park
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Those looking for an adrenaline rush can also ride the indoor Body Slide 1 and Body Slide 2. 

Water parks Korea - high slides at blue canyon water park
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Body Slide 2 is a 3-floor-tall slide where riders enter from the indoors premises and exit the slide by falling right into the In-Out Lazy River outdoors. 

Water parks Korea - water theme park for kids at blue canyon water park
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Blue Canyon Water Park is a kid-friendly water theme park that has various facilities catered for young children. 

Water parks Korea - wave pool at blue canyon water park
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For instance, the Wave Pool has a 4-chamber system that stimulates the waves on a beach. 

Water parks Korea - outdoor water play at blue canyon water park
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The outdoor Water Play has 2 levels and is equipped with a small slide, 2 giraffe-shaped water pipes, 2 water arches, and seashell-shaped water canon. It is also 60cm in depth, making it suitable for younger children too. 

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There is a food court located inside the water park that serves a variety of menus, ranging from Western food like hamburger steaks to Korean cuisine such as chimaek (chicken and beer set). 

The park’s entrance ticket prices cost KRW60,000 (~USD47.76) per adults and KRW52,000 (~USD41.39) per child. 

You can rent life vests for KRW6,000 (~USD4.78) each, beach towels for KRW4,000 (~USD3.18) each, and aqua shoes for KRW30,000 (~USD23.88) a pair. 

Address: 174, Taegi-ro, Bongpyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
Opening hours: Opening hours differ according to seasons and attractions; refer to their user guide for exact timings
Contact: 1588-2828 | Blue Canyon Water Park Website


3. Hanwha Seorak Waterpia


Water parks Korea - Hanwha Seorak Waterpia
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Hanwha Seorak Waterpia is a hot spring water park with a view of Mountain Seorak and the East Sea.

It has over 15 amenities and water rides and uses natural hot spring water that comes out from a granite layer. The attractions are grouped into 5 sections: Spa-dong, Aqua-dong, Adventure Island, Spa Valley, and Extreme Valley.

Water parks Korea - extreme valley at Hanwha Seorak Waterpia
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Evident from its name, the Extreme Valley features rides for adrenaline junkies. For instance, Family Raft is a 22m-tall slide with all sorts of drops, twists, and turns, even including a 360-degree turn. 

Water parks Korea - spa valley at Hanwha Seorak Waterpia
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Spa Valley is the section of the themed park with private spa facilities that use hot spring water. 

Water parks Korea - adventure island at Hanwha Seorak Waterpia
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Adventure Island is perfect for families and those who prefer to relax half-submerged in cooling water to enjoy a chill ride. 

Water parks Korea - torrent river at Hanwha Seorak Waterpia
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Torrent River is a 235m-long river ride that brings you along the perimeter of the water park. Sit snug in a float and let yourself be carried along by the rapid currents, water streams, and tall waves. 

Water parks Korea - bade pool at Hanwha Seorak Waterpia
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The main attraction of Aqua-dong is the Bade Pool, which includes a series of hot spring pools. These pools provide some form of water therapy – different modes are available, from a spa programme to a body massage in water. 

Water parks Korea - aqua play system at Hanwha Seorak Waterpia
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In the Spa-dong section of the park, young children can play at the Aqua Play System, a water playground equipped with water cannons and slides. 

Water parks Korea - maelstorm at Hanwha Seorak Waterpia
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Additionally, Maelstrom is a 17m-tall slide with thrilling turns and twists, where 5 to 6 passengers sit in a circular float down the slide. 

Water parks Korea - variety of food options at Hanwha Seorak Waterpia
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All that fun can make you feel peckish, so Hanwha Seorak Waterpia has thoughtfully incorporated 16 different food options in its premises, so you don’t have to look far to grab a snack or meal. 

Admission tickets can be purchased at KRW60,000 (~USD47.76) per person, but there are seasonal discounts and on-site discounts, so you should keep a lookout on their website for any promotions and special offers. 

Address: 24-1, Jangsa-dong, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do
Opening hours: 10am-7pm, Daily
Contact: 33-630-5500 | Hanwha Seorak Waterpia Website


4. Sea La La Water Park & Spa


Water parks Korea - Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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Sea La La Water Park & Spa is an indoor facility that is a combination of a water park, a jimjilbang, and a sauna. Most of their attractions are catered to families with children. 

Water parks Korea - beach pool at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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For instance, the Beach Pool is a pool that is created to mimic an artificial beach, with a tiled floor that resembles the seabed and floats shaped like aquatic animals. 

Water parks Korea - rafting experience at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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Children’s Rafting Experience is a ride where children ride on an inflatable raft along the Running Water Pool, a river ride that encircles the edge of the water park. 

Water parks Korea - water playground at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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Water Basket is a water playground equipped with plastic rocking chairs, a mini playhouse, and a giant water bucket that fills up with water and tips over when it’s full.

Water parks Korea - Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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Although most of the water park’s rides are designed for young children, there are still facilities for adults and the bigger kids. 

Water parks Korea - bathe pool at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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The Bathe Pool is a bade pool located in the heart of the water park. The pool has many functions and acupressure effects that will massage away tired muscles and fatigue. 

Water parks Korea - lover's bath at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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Additionally, Lover’s Bath is a stream with water jets and a dome-shaped structure that provides solace and privacy. 

Water parks Korea - korean bathhouse at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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After draining all your energy at the water park, you can head to the jimjilbang and sauna to have a rest. 

Water parks Korea - korean bathhouse at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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The jimjilbang is furnished with all sorts of amenities to guarantee a relaxing and enjoyable time, such as an ice room, a far infrared room, massage chairs, bunk beds, and even an arcade. 

Water parks Korea - sauna at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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Similarly, the sauna aims to guarantee visitors a comfortable visit. 

Water parks Korea - sauna at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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There are large baths, event baths, and powder rooms, all of which are separated by gender. 

There is also a dry sauna, a wet sauna, and a hot water tub that are communal. 

Water parks Korea - food courts at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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Sea La La Water Park & Spa has 2 major food courts inside the arena, serving a wide variety of cuisines. 

Water parks Korea - food courts at Sea La La Water Park & Spa
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From pork sirloin cutlet to oriental galbitang (beef short ribs soup) and even kid-friendly menus, picky eaters should be able to find something that suits their palate too. 

An all-day pass costs KRW40,000 (~USD31.81) per adult and KRW32,000 (~USD25.45) per child. 

Admission tickets for an afternoon are priced at KRW29,000 (~USD23.07) for adults and KRW22,000 (~USD17.50) for children. 

To enter the sauna, adults have to pay KRW8,000 (~USD6.36) each, and children’s admission tickets cost KRW7,000 (~USD5.57) each.

Address: B2F, 164 Munrae-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul
Opening hours: 10am-7pm, Daily
Contact: 1522-9661 | Sea La La Water Park & Spa Website


5. Vivaldi Park Ocean World


Water parks Korea - Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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Vivaldi Park Ocean World is an Egyptian-inspired water park with eco-friendly features. 

Water parks Korea - map of Vivaldi Park Ocean World
Map of Vivaldi Park Ocean World.
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The park is divided into 4 zones: Aqua Zone, Extreme Zone, Dynamic Zone, and Mega Slide Zone. 

Water parks Korea - aqua zone at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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The Aqua Zone is in operation all year round and is a water play facility that caters to families and people of all ages. 

Water parks Korea - waterplex at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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Waterplex in the Aqua Zone is a water jungle gym playground equipped with slides and a large water bucket that deposits water over visitors. 

Water parks Korea - aqua pool at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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The Aqua Pool is a shallow pool with various massage systems, such as the Hydrojet and HydroMassage, that knead tired muscles. 

Water parks Korea - extreme zone at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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The Extreme Zone, which lives up to its name, is the area where young people will gather. It has attractions that can accommodate many people at one time. 

Water parks Korea - surfing mount at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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For instance, the Surfing Mount is a wave pool with architectural features that resemble that of Egyptian temples. 

Water parks Korea - surfing mount at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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You can enjoy getting splashed by 2.4m-tall waves that are sent out at intervals or relax at the artificial island spa located at the foot of the pool. 

Water parks Korea - super extreme river at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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The Super Extreme River is proclaimed as the world’s first float-type facility. It is 300m-long in length, 7m-wide, and can hold 1,500 people at once.

Get ready for strong currents and rapids released from 4 floodgates while snuggled in a float tube. 

Water parks Korea - dynamic zone at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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Thrill-seekers will enjoy visiting the Dynamic Zone, where the adrenaline-inducing rides are housed. 

Water parks Korea - super boomerango at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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The Super Boomerango is the world’s second 6-seater boomerango water slide. 

It has an inclination angle of 68 degrees and will leave you gripping on the float handles as you get propelled up and down the slide. 

Water parks Korea - monster blaster at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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The Monster Blaster is 300m-long in length and is the world’s longest 2-seater tube slide. At its tallest point, you can get a bird’s eye view of the whole water park. 

Water parks Korea - mega slide zone at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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True to its name, the Mega Slide Zone is home to the park’s most exciting slides. 

Water parks Korea - super s ride at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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The Super S Ride is the world’s longest 6-seater slide. 

You and 5 other passengers sit on a round float, and are sent through a wide tunnel slide with a diameter of 6m. Enjoy the thrill of rising and falling up to 3m in height. It is also the largest slide facility in the whole park. 

Water parks Korea - cairo racing at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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Cairo Racing is Korea’s first 8-seater mat slide, where 8 people can travel down the multi-lane coloured tube slides on mats at the same time. 

Water parks Korea - dry sauna at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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After spending hours under the sun in the water park, relax your sore muscles in the various facilities available. 

Water parks Korea - dry sauna at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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There is a dry sauna, a red clay room, a charcoal room, an arcade and even more for worn-out visitors to choose from. 

Water parks Korea - food court at Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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Each zone of the water park has at least 5 food options available, from small bites to full-fledged sit-down restaurants. 

Water parks Korea - coffee shop inside Vivaldi Park Ocean World
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For instance, the popular Korean cafe A Twosome Place can be found in the Aqua Zone, and it sells all sorts of coffee beverages and pastries. 

Admission tickets for adults range from KRW55,000 (~USD43.75) to KRW67,000 (~USD53.29), and admission tickets for children range from KRW45,000 (~USD35.79) to KRW57,000 (~USD45.34)

You can rent a towel for KRW1,000 (~USD0.80), a beach towel for KRW10,000 (~USD7.95), and a life jacket for KRW7,000 (~USD5.57)

Address: 262, Hanchigol-gil, Seomyeon, Hongcheon-gun, Gangwon-do
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 9am-9.30pm, Fri & Sat 9am-10.30pm
Contact: 1588-4888 | Vivaldi Park Ocean World Website


6. High1 Water World


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High1 Water World is Korea’s 4th-largest water park. 

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Its architecture and interiors are strongly influenced by traditional European elements from Greek and Roman mythology. 

The water park has a total of 16 attractions, including 9 pools and 7 slides, divided into 3 zones: Family Zone, Island Zone, and Poseidon Zone. 

Water parks Korea - family zone at High1 Water World
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The Family Zone is the biggest zone, with a total of 10 attractions spread out over 3 floors. 

Water parks Korea - high speed tube slides at High1 Water World
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Among them, the Body Slide, Tube Slide, and Swing Star are high-speed tube slides. 

Water parks Korea - swing star ride at High1 Water World
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You have to wear a tube float to ride Swing Star, which will take you up and down through the tunnels before letting you swing and fall along the boomerango-like finale of the ride. 

Water parks Korea - glass indoor pool at High1 Water World
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The Family Zone also houses a speciality of the water park – the Glass Pool, which is Korea’s first-ever indoor transparent pool. Its transparent floor and walls are made of a 15cm-thick acrylic material. 

Water parks Korea - island zone at High1 Water World
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At the Island Zone, you can play at the Island Play, an extensive water playground equipped with slides, constructed water guns, and a large water bucket. 

Water parks Korea - island adventure at High1 Water World
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Island Adventure is a funnel-shaped water slide with a complex design. There are all sorts of turns and rotations on the slide, and riding on it can be described as the equivalent of riding in a tornado.

Water parks Korea - poseidon zone at High1 Water World
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Lastly, in the Poseidon Zone, you can recreate the experience of playing at the beach with the artificial waves created at Poseidon Wave. Fun fact: the waves at this attraction are 3m-tall, the tallest in Korea. 

Water parks Korea - poseidon blaster at High1 Water World
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The Poseidon Blaster is a slide that starts from the highest point of the water park, where you get a bird’s eye view of the whole park, and it stretches out for a an entire length of 216m. 

Water parks Korea - spa centre at High1 Water World
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Apart from being furnished with a total of 51 indoor and outdoor cabanas, Healrex is a spa centre for visitors to rest their sore muscles after hours of playing.

Water parks Korea - outdoor spa zone at High1 Water World
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You can also relax in the Outdoor Spa Zone, where there are open-air baths.

The park is equipped with a warm water supply system all year round, so the open-air pools will be filled with warm water around temperatures of 38 to 43 degrees Celsius for you to enjoy the rides even when the weather turns cold.  

Water parks Korea - chicken store at High1 Water World
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High1 Water World has a variety of food options for when you get hungry or thirsty, from Western cafes to BBQ restaurants. 

Admission tickets range from KRW30,000 (~USD23.87) to KRW55,000 (~USD43.75) for adults and KRW24,000 (~USD19.09) to KRW44,000 (~USD35.00) for children. Choose from an all-day pass or an afternoon pass. 

For a small fee, you can rent life jackets, beach towels, sunbeds, cabanas, razors, toothbrushes, and more from the park. 

Address: 265 High1-gil, Sabuk-eup, Jeongsun-kun, Gangwon-do
Opening hours: Opening hours differ according to seasons, please refer to their user guide for the exact timings.
Contact: 1588-7789 | High1 Water World Website


7. Gimhae Lotte Water Park


Water parks Korea - Gimhae Lotte Water Park
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Located in Busan, Gimhae Lotte Water Park is Korea’s largest water park, with an area equal to 17 soccer fields. 

Water parks Korea - Gimhae Lotte Water Park
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The theme of the water park takes inspiration from Polynesian cultures and a lot of its infrastructure resembles an open South Pacific beach. 

The location of Gimhae Lotte Water Park is also convenient, being an hour’s drive from the popular Haeundae Beach. 

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The water park is separated into 3 sections: indoor, outdoor, and Tiki Island Spa. 

There are a total of 16 attractions in the outdoor area of the park. 

Water parks Korea - giant aqua flex at Gimhae Lotte Water Park
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The Giant Aqua Flex is Korea’s largest and first water playground with 3 water buckets.

Standing at the height of 21m, the structure also has 6 body slides.

Water parks Korea - wild surfing at Gimhae Lotte Water Park
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Wild Surfing is Korea’s largest double wave pool, where you can enjoy surfing on waves just like at a real beach. 

Water parks Korea - aqua drop slide at Gimhae Lotte Water Park
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Aqua Drop is a loop slide where riders are dropped from a height of 18m into a tunnel slide before experiencing a 360-degree turn. 

Water parks Korea - indoor slides at Gimhae Lotte Water Park
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The indoor area is also filled with many thrilling attractions, including the Swing Slide, Korea’s first indoor swing slide. 

It is a slide where riders sit in a 3-person float before getting tossed back and forth along an inclined slide. 

Water parks Korea - tiki river at Gimhae Lotte Water Park
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Tiki River is a flowing-water pool where drift along on a swimming tube and take in views of both the outdoor and indoor areas of the water park. 

The pool uses heated water so you can enjoy the ride comfortably throughout all seasons. 

Water parks Korea - tiki island spa at Gimhae Lotte Water Park
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Tiki Island Spa is the special feature of Gimhae Lotte Water Park. 

Located on the 2nd floor of the building, it has an extensive list of amenities, including a sauna, jimjilbang, Doctor Fish pool, food court, and a cafe. 

Water parks Korea - food places at Gimhae Lotte Water Park
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Speaking of food, the water park is well-furnished with over 10 food options, from snack bars where you can munch on hot dogs to Lotte’s signature fast food chain, Lotteria. 

Admission tickets range from KRW38,000 (~USD30.23) to KRW46,000 (~USD36.59) for adults and from KRW30,000 (~USD23.87) to KRW36,000 (~USD28.64) for children. 

You can also rent life jackets at KRW8,000 (~USD6.36) each and sunbeds for KRW20,000 (~USD15.91)

Address: 555 Jangyu-ro, Gimhae-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Opening hours: 10am-6pm, Daily
Contact: 2-1661-2000 | Website


Have a splashing good time at Korea’s water parks


Summer days in Korea can get unbearable, so get ready to beat the heat by spending a day at one of these amazing water parks. Whether you’re coming with your family, young children, or with a group of friends looking for some thrill, one of the water parks on this list will sure fit your requirements. 

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Cover image adapted from: @hanwha_seorak, Shinhwa Water Park, Sea La La Water Park & Spa