See hologram performances by stars such as PSY, G-Dragon, and Girls’ Generation, and take photos with your favorites. Or, experience a live 360-degree 3D animation, go on a virtual date, and sing along and learn to dance to popular songs. You can even transform into a K-pop star yourself, complete with hair, makeup, and costumes—then record your own hit. Exhibitions include the history of the K-pop genre and an extensive library of music.
Things to Know Before You Go
Play K-POP is a must for fans of Korean pop music.
Hold on to your entrance ticket, as you need to scan the QR code to access certain features and experiences.
Play K-POP is wheelchair-accessible.
There’s a café and gift shop on-site.
How to Get There
Play K-POP is located in the Jungmun Tourism Complex on Jeju Island. Take Airport Limousine 600 from either Jeju International Airport or Seogwipo World Cup Station, and get off at PLAYKPOP. In case you’re driving, parking is available on-site.
When to Get There
Play K-POP is open daily from 9am to 7pm, with last entry at 6pm. Hologram concerts take place hourly and last around 30 minutes, and 3D animation videos last about five minutes. Check the schedule for showtimes.
Jungmun Tourism Complex
Entertainment abounds in South Korea’s largest resort, the Jungmun Tourism Complex (aka Jungmun Resort). When you’ve had your fill of Play K-POP, check out the Jungmun Golf Club, the Yeomiji Botanical Garden, the Teddy Bear Museum, or Pacific Land. You’ll also find several lodging options.
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