Everland Resort is a theme park in Yongin, a city in Gyeonggi-do province, South Korea.
Everland is South Korea's largest theme park. With 6.6 million visitors, Everland ranked thirteenth in the world for amusement park attendance in 2011.
Along with its main attractions, Everland also includes a zoo and a water park known as Caribbean Bay.
Everland is operated by Samsung Everland, which is a subsidiary of the Samsung Group.
The name of the park is of note, as the name "Everland" is English.
In Korean, the name is approximated as "Ebeoraendeu" in other words, there is no authentic Korean name for the park.
This park was formerly called "Jayeon Nongwon" which roughly means "Natural Farm".
Its former English name was "Farmland".
The T Express, debuted in 2006, is the first wooden roller coaster and the largest of any kind in South Korea.
The T Express is the 6th longest wooden coaster in the world at 5,838 feet (1,779 m) long. It is also the steepest, with the first drop inclined at 77 degrees.