O! World Zoo Land | Jung-gu, Daejeon

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O! World Zoo Land opened to the public on May 1st 2009. Home to 600 animals from 130 different species like Bengal Tigers, American Black Bears, and Lions, Zoo Land is a fantastic place to not only look at animals but also to be captivated by their animalistic ways of life which you can explore at their Drive-Thru Safari.

O! World does not only have a zoo but also Flower Land with a maze and hundreds of diverse, exotic flowers and plants, and Joy Land amusement park with fun rides and all year sledding. O!World even provides a Bird Land where diverse species of birds can be found in a botanical garden.

Admission Fees [March-November]

Type

Adult (19-64) Youth (13-18) Child (3-12)

Individual Ticket

12,000won

7,000won 5,000won

Group Ticket

9,000won

6,000won 4,000won
Individual 1-day Ticket 29,000won  23,000won  20,000won

Groups 1-day Ticket

20,000won 17,000won  14,000won

Admission Fees [December-February]

Type

Adult (19-64) Youth (13-18) Child (3-12)

Individual Ticket

6,000won

4,000won 3,000won

Group Ticket

5,000won

3,000won 2,000won
Individual 1-day Ticket 17,000won  14,000won  11,000won

Groups 1-day Ticket

14,000won 12,000won  10,000won

Notes:

  • Groups: 20 people or more
  • Rides may be suspended in the evening and during rainy weather.
  • One-day Ticket includes: Admission + Safari + O-World Theater + Amusement facilities

Months

Operating hours Weekends and holidays
Jan-Apr 09:30-18:00

May-Oct 09:30-18:00

09:30-20:00

Nov-Dec 09:30-18:00

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