South Korea has many things it’s known for, including its beauty industry, its work ethic, and its boozy nightlife. While clean family fun may be overlooked, there are actually plenty of great options out there. Here we present you with a wonderful list of Korea’s tremendous aquariums!
Many of the aquariums in South Korea are located outside of Seoul, making them a great addition to a weekend getaway or a bigger Korea tour. Learn about exotic sea creatures while you experience all of the delicious food and fun culture that more remote areas of Korea have to offer. Click on the name for details.
Aqua Planet 63 might not be the biggest aquarium S.Korea has to offer, but thanks to its convenient Yeoido location, it is convenient for busy Seoulites to enjoy with the family. Its small but impressive collection of species will leave a lasting impression.
The newly opened Lotte World Aquarium is an up and coming aquarium in Seoul. With its convenient location and its large selection of animals, it is a great place to visit for the weekend and enjoy the penguins and seals.
Aqua Planet Ilsan is just outside of Seoul and is huge. They are an aquarium and have many marine animals on display. At the same time, they have jungle animals from different parts of the world to get to know.
Aqua Planet Yeosu offers a large and diverse range of animals to meet. From Beluga Whales to raccoons and sea lions, you can meet all of these beautiful creatures in Yeosu. It might be a bit far but well worth the drive.
Even though Aqua Planet Jeju is on Jeju Island, so quite far away and on the pricier side, the sheer size and beauty of the aquarium make up for the distance and cost. It offers a lot of diverse creatures to befriend and has lots of programs to enjoy.
Sea Life Aquarium is located on the beach at Busan’s Haeundae Beach, and its two below-ground levels allow visitors to explore the aquatic life being housed at Sea Life Aquarium.
Come along and enjoy the wonders of the underwater world in these aquariums around Korea! Be mesmerized by the many different aquatic wonders from all around the oceanic realm. Experience first hand how big and peaceful the underwater beings really are.