Kaeson Youth Park
Amusement Park
Location Pyongyang, North Korea
Status Operating
Opened 1984
Previous names
Operating season Year-round
Park map
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Roller Coasters: Inertia Airplane Car

Kaeson Youth Park is an amusement park located in Pyongyang, North Korea. The park, located near the Kim Il Sung Stadium and in the west foot of Moran Hill was opened in 1984, the park was opened as part of the Triumphal Arch dedication. It included a carousel, fun house and amusement park rides like the Ferris wheel, comprising an area of 40 hectares (99 acres).

In April 2010 the park was renovated, after which it was visited by Kim Jong Il. It was reported that riding all 10 amusements in the park costs 1,600 won.

flying roller coaster, imported from Italy and manufactured by Zamperla, opened in 2010. As of 2013, the rides on offer also included bumper cars, teacups, a swing ride and a double shot-like vertical drop.

Roller Coasters

Present (1)

Name Manufacturer Type Opened
Inertia Airplane Car Zamperla Volare / 391m 2010

Former (1)

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed
Kwansong Tancha Meisho Amusment Machines Jungle Mouse 1984 2010
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