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    Theme park is 67% complete and infrastructure is 25% complete.





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    Sources: https://www.ytn.co.kr/_ln/0115_202101030406119212 and http://kwnews.co.kr/nview.asp?s=501&aid=221010300002

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    Thank you for the translation - it's interesting to understand what the local people think of it given that it has obviously been controversial.

    Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    Translation:

    "Legoland, the children's theme park being built on Lake Uiam of Chuncheon, Gangwon-do has postponed their opening by a year due to COVID-19.

    The Government of Gangwon-do held a conference yesterday morning (18th), announced the safety inspectors were temporarily unable to enter the country and the inauguration of the park was pushed from the anticipated July 2021 to early 2022.

    It was confirmed as a requirement for an exclusive inspection team to reside at the construction site of Legoland, a theme park based off of the children's toy Lego, by nine months before the opening.

    The Legoland theme park which is to be hosted by Jung-do, Lake Uiam's inner island of Gangwon-do is said to have its first phase cost around 300 Bil. KRW won (276.8 Mil. USD dollars), and with the exception of the hotel is said to have 50% of the theme park and the infrastructure's construction complete."

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    For your information, the comments on this video seems to be heavily panning the construction of this park in general. They seem to be complaining that the park trespasses many prehistoric artifacts and that a massive excavation should be in its place instead.

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