Panda World near Seoul opens to public for 1,000 days
Updated 17:07, 21-Jan-2019
CGTN

The Panda World in South Korea's Everland amusement park has opened to the public for 1,000 days, Yonhap reported on Tuesday.

The park offers locals a chance to meet with two giant pandas, Ai Bao and Le Bao, which China gifted to South Korea in 2016.

A panda plays in Panda World, Everland Amusement Park, South Korea, December 13, 2018. /VCG Photo)

A panda plays in Panda World, Everland Amusement Park, South Korea, December 13, 2018. /VCG Photo)

Visitors are treated to a 360-degree animated panda video upon entry, while touchscreens are installed throughout the experience hall, according to the Strait Times.

Located in Yongin, about 50km south of Seoul, Panda World is the country's only panda enclosure.

(Cover: A panda in Panda World, Everland Amusement park, South Korea, January 15, 2019. /VCG Photo)