Since the sun was out and Everland Resort was on a mountain, it was really cold. I estimate it to be around 3-5 degrees Celsius. Still, we got an excellent view of the Moonlight Parade from start to finish because it wasn't crowded.
Lighted floats and performers dressed in lighted costumes passed by us.
It was pretty amazing! I've never watched a theme park parade scot-free, normally I'd have to tiptoe or strain my neck or something.
We were all wowed by the truly awesome sights.
Everland Resort characters were on some of the floats too.
Got to love the Alice in Wonderland theme!
There's also an under the sea theme. Performers dressed as luminous fish skated past us.
The gladiator and the hydra were spectacular!
There was even a water fountain made of lights!
For the grand finale, Everland Resort's main characters Laciun and Laila (think South Korea's version of Mickey and Minnie) greet everyone from atop the last float.
The parade lasted at least thirty minutes and concluded a few minutes past 8pm. Was it worth waiting for in the freezing weather? Yes!
When in South Korea, Everland Resort is really a must-visit. A one-day ticket costs:
- 40,000 won (around P1,500+) for adults
- 34,000 won (around P1,300) for teenagers
- 31,000 won (around P1,200) for kids and senior citizens
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