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Local Name:
롯데 매직 포레스트
Budget:
200M
Announced:
30 May 2018
Construction Start:
16 May 2019
Opening:
May 2021
Area:
11 ha

  1. Michael is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    On the ground photos inside the park













    View of the park from the north west





    Sources: https://www.instagram.com/p/CC3lhZGJCnh/ and https://www.facebook.com/nzembassykorea/posts/2010199799124007

  2. Michael is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Across the street from the theme park is a mall with an observation tower conveniently facing the construction site











    Source: https://ggoorr.net/thisthat/9668869

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    The park is still scheduled to open in May 2021.



    Source: https://www.mk.co.kr/news/economy/view/2020/06/669389/

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  5. The first step in the design of any world-class theme park is a Blue Sky Concept Design phase, in which the creative team explores multiple unique paths and options before locking into a tone or aesthetic. During these early stages of Lotte's Magic Forest theme park in Busan, Korea, Legacy Entertainment designer John Horny developed these stunning illustrations to capture the spirit of the park. While several of the attractions changed during the course of the design, many of these core ideas and features are present in the final project being built now.


















  6. Legacy Entertainment designers John Horny, Dalton Nunez and Christopher Smith developed this unique ticketing zone and arrival plaza for Lotte's Magic Forest theme park in Busan, Korea. As seen in these concept images, guests will enter the park through an enormous animated Cuckoo Clock featuring Lotte's characters.










  7. Legacy Entertainment collaborated with their longtime partner Lotte on the design of the new Busan theme park.

    These images were developed during the park's Concept Design phase. Since then, new images have been released showing that some elements of the design and ride mix have changed slightly.















  8. Michael is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Today Dongbu Engineering & Construction has been awarded a 51.1 billion Korean won construction contract to build the theme park. The construction company is confident they will be able to complete the project by the end of March 2021.

    Source: https://news.mt.co.kr/mtview.php?no=2020030609305858588

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