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Howlin’ Halloween Fun for Kids in Seoul

October 21, 2010

If you’re looking for some Halloween events for your kids in Seoul this year, here are a few places you can check out.

BEST EVENT: Everland Theme park
Happy Halloween and Horror Night
September 10 to October 31, 2010
Visit the website now to hear the Happy Halloween song!

Everland goes all out for Halloween, transforming the entire park into a wonderful Halloween festival. There are pumpkin patches, great photo opportunities with kids, and a wonderful parade (as seen above.) Kids can wear costumes if they like. You can also purchase Halloween capes, hats, and pumpkins at the gift shops. This was a great event for my whole family!

 

Lotte World
2010 Halloween Party
September 3 to October 31, 2010
http://www.lotteworld.com/

There are some Halloween decorations but they weren’t as elaborate as Everland’s. Still, Lotte World is a more manageable size and is indoors. The parade was colorful and interesting, but not one of the best I’ve seen. Halloween merchandise is for sale at the park.

 

Seoul Land Themepark
Seoulland Halloween Festival
Ghost Hunter
September 9 to October 31, 2010
Seoul Land is a fun place, but ranks third on my list of fun theme parks in Seoul.

 

Nanta Show Halloween Party
I absolutely love the Nanta show and think it’s a very worthwhile event for the whole family. We took our three young kids to the show and we all adored it. It’s very entertaining for all ages. A Halloween party show sounds fun.

You won’t find high rise apartments decked out in Halloween style, but there’s no reason you can celebrate this holiday with some decorations of your own. Go online and print some fun coloring pages. Let the kids do the decorating. Gather some friends together for a private Halloween party.

Halloween Printables for Kids (Coloring Pages, Decorations & More) | FamilyFun

Halloween Crafts and Activities – EnchantedLearning.com

Free Halloween Craft Patterns at www.allcrafts.net

There are many wonderful festivals and holidays in Korea to add to your list of celebratory events, but if you still wish to expose your kids to a taste of home, I hope these ideas will help satisfy that desire. If you find more fun events to share, send me a comment anytime.

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