Jeju Shinhwa World Announces Official Opening of Shinhwa Theme Park

JEJU, SOUTH KOREA–(Marketwired – Sep 30, 2017) – Jeju Shinhwa World is pleased to announce the official opening of Shinhwa Theme Park today in Jeju Island, South Korea.

Shinhwa Theme Park is developed in collaboration with TUBAn, one of Korea’s premier animation companies, based on its popular 3D animated characters such as Larva, Wingcle Bear, Buck, and Oscar. The park offers three distinctly themed zones, aptly named “Larva’s Adventure Village”, “Oscar’s New World” and “Rotary Park”, which immerse visitors in the world’s greatest myths and histories brought to life through 15 exhilarating rides and attractions, themed exhibits and spectacular live performances.

Jeju Shinhwa World is the first premium integrated leisure and entertainment destination resort in Jeju, developed by Landing Jeju Development Co., Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Landing International Development Limited (“Landing International” or the “Company”) (HKSE: 582). Spanning across an area of 2.5 million square metres, Jeju Shinhwa World offers a diverse range of world-class hospitality, leisure, entertainment and gaming facilities suited for visitors of different age groups.

Dr. Yang Zhihui, Chairman and Executive Director of Landing International said, “The opening of Shinhwa Theme Park signifies another key milestone for Jeju Shinhwa World which sets to offer the first world-class leisure and entertainment facilities in Jeju. It is our honor to partner with TUBAn and we are confident that our collaboration will bring high quality products and services to Shinhwa Theme Park and fulfill its mission of “delivering overwhelming joy and happiness” to every guest. With the opening of more facilities in Jeju Shinhwa World in the coming months, Jeju Shinhwa World is on track to become a world-class integrated destination resort that Jeju residents will be proud of”.

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