Everland, a Samsung C&T-owned amusement park with a zoo in Yongin, Gyeonggi, released photos of five sibling Korean tiger cubs on Thursday. Everland also announced the cubs’ names, which were voted on by the public...
Two sibling Siberian tiger cubs will be relocated from a zoo in Gyeonggi to a premium tiger reserve in Bonghwa County, North Gyeongsang, next month.
Zoos and aquariums now offer much more than exotic animals and ocean creatures. Gone are the days in the 1980s and '90s when zoos and theme parks would display animals purely for entertainment purposes, even allowing visitors to pet some of them.
Everland will print a second batch of its photo-essay book “Baby Panda Fubao,” which documents the life of one-year-old panda Fubao since her birth. The first batch, which went on sale on July 20 to mark Fubao's first birthday, has already sold out.
Baby panda Fubao munches bamboo on her first birthday on Tuesday at Everland, an amusement park in Gyeonggi. On July 20, 2020, Fubao was the first panda to be born on Korean soil.
At the amusement park Everland in Yongin, Gyeonggi, on Tuesday, people enjoy getting doused with water cannons at the water festival “Shooting Water Fun.”
A tiger walks in front of Everland's Safari World Wild Tram, which offers a 20 minute safari passing lions, tigers, bears and hyenas.
The first-ever panda to be born on Korean soil has made her public debut, leaving the special home she was raised in away from the public eye for the first time.
Everland, one of the most popular theme parks for Seoulites, offers more than just thrill-filled rides. Making the most of its location close to nature, Everland has decided to promote its Forest Camp more, which used to only open on weekends.
Everland theme park in Yongin, Gyeonggi, will screen a full moon, measuring 40 meters (131 feet) in diameter, every evening over Chuseok until Oct. 4 to celebrate the full harvest holidays.