A world-class light theme park launched in South Korea's central city of Chungju marked one month of its successful operation on May 13 with ever increasing number of visitors.
It was on April 13, 2018 when a gala opening ceremony for the permanent theme park dubbed "Chungju Light World" was held. The theme designed by the Italian company specializing in light fixtures and equipment is described by many as the world’s largest of its kind.
The light park which cost 10 billion won (US$9.33 million) has been built on a site of 250,000 square meters and composed of 16 theme zones,including a fairy-tale village and the Eiffel Tower zone.
"It's pretty fantastic. I feel like I am in a fairyland. No other luminaire theme parks can be more gorgeous than this." said one tourist.
The highlight of this park is the 100 meter-long light tunnel installed at the zone of St. Peter's Basilica. The light structure depicting the cathedral in Vatican City is 15 stories high and featured with one million LED lamps.
All the lamps installed here have been digitalized and temperature controllable. And the operating facilities here are all connected with the central computer system."
"Chungju Light World" is widely seen to become one of the world's most visited tourist attractions
The popularity of the new theme parks is picking up with a growing number of people visiting the attraction renewing its daily highest level in less than two months of its grand opening.
The increase is likely to bolster the outlook for all of the rides and attractions across parks.Reflective of the popularity of the theme park, visitors are now standing in line for more than 30 minutes on the average to enter the park on weekends. Admission to the Chungju
Admission to the Light World is possible after 5 p.m and lightening events start at 7 p.m. For more information please call at 02-572-7778.