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Park Profile www.parkworld-online.com Jeju Shinhwa World


Jeju Shinhwa World marks the beginning of a new era for the South Korean island of Jeju, known for its beach resorts and volcanic landscape of craters and cave-like lava tubes. With this fully integrated new resort, developer Landing International aims to provide a one-stop service for all tourists - from leisure to business, and from couples to families. Park World takes a look at what this billion dollar entertainment project has to offer


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ith a total project cost of approximately USD 2.6 billion, Jeju Shinhwa World (JSW) is being positioned by Landing as a ‘must- see’ tourist destination in Northeast Asia. It is strategically located


within a short-hour flight radius of major Asian cities, Asia, so its target markets will include China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and other Southeast Asian countries. “We do not target any single market; we hope to attract different kinds of visitors of all ages from the globe to enjoy a joyful experience in JSW.” said a landing spokesperson. Landing Jeju Development Company (a subsidiary of Hong Kong


entertainment and property developer Landing International Development) has opened the resort progressively from late 2017. The site area is approximately 2.5 million square metres, and already includes a family theme park offering more than 20 thrill and adventure rides and attractions themed after myths and legends. A movie theme park, in partnership with film production company Lionsgate, is scheduled to open in 2019, and premium hotels, casinos, a retail complex and a destination spa complete the lin- up.


A gateway to fantasy Shinhwa Theme Park has 15 rides and attractions, food and beverage outlets and themed stores spread across three lands: the steampunk-themed Rotary Park, the Incan and Mayan jungle of Oscar’s New World, and Larva Adventure Village. Rotary Park, described as “a gateway to a fantastic world,” is a futuristic


(and probably vastly idealised) interpretation of factories during the nineteenth century industrial revolution. After a welcome dance performance, guests can try out Rotary Park, a 4D domed projection theatre by CL Corp and French company Fulldome pro, or 3D experience Finding Larva. Italian ride manufacturer Zamperla provided the Flying Wheel (a five-arm Energy Storm), creating an exhilarating 360-rotating experience that takes rider is in tight, rapid circles, up-side-down, spinning both clockwise and counterclockwise. Oscar’s New World features more thrill rides, and is themed around the Incan and Mayan civilization. A recreated ancient city filled with massive stone structures, mysterious temples and secret patterns, it is based on iconic characters from myths, legends and and children’s stories. Excitement is provided by Dancing Oscar, a Spinning Coaster by Mack


Rides, the only roller coaster in Jeju and the most popular attraction in the park. Storm Coaster, meanwhile, a Disk’O Coaster by Zamperla, spins in its place whilst travelling down a track, creating the effects of both a roller coaster and a spinning ride. It posits the concept of traveling through a tornado via the G- forces and sensation of weightlessness. Oscar’s V World is a VR simulator featuring five simulations including a speedy drive, enemy shooting game and roller coaster simulation.


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