Robot Land
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Photos: Robot Land theme park rides and attractions

Robot Land
Located about an hour west of Seoul in the coastal city of Incheon, Robot Land would feature 11 rides, seven attractions and eight shows on 190 acres. (Robot Land)
Incheon, South Korea
Concept art of the Robot Land project shows a waterfront theme park in Incheon, South Korea, with Robotland spelled out in the nearby hills à la the Hollywood sign. (Robot Land)
With 2.8 million visitors expected annually, Robot Land would serve as both a major South Korean tourist attraction and a showcase for the country’s robotics industry. (Robot Land)
Robot Land
The Robot Land theme park will celebrate famous science fiction cyborgs and motion picture androids. (Robot Land)
Park layout
A map of Robot Land reveals four themed lands: Robot Kingdom, Kidbot Village, Robotopia and Fun City. (Robot Land)
A panoramic view of Robot Land shows a skyline dotted with an iconic robot tower and a giant Ferris wheel with a distinctive green glass pyramid at a central hub. (Robot Land)
Taekwon V
The Taekwon V tower at Robot Land would feature an observation deck at the top and a dark ride themed to the automaton hero at the base. (Robot Land)
Central icon
A 365-foot-tall Taekwon V tower, based on the robot from a beloved 1976 South Korean animated film, would serve as the central icon of Robot Land. (Robot Land)
Concept art of the main entrance to the Robot Land theme park planned for South Korea. (Robot Land)
Robot Land would include a Kuka arm robocoaster similar to Knights Tournament at Legoland California and Sum of All Thrills at Walt Disney World. (Legoland)
Vanish coaster
Robot Land would feature a roller coaster that seemingly dives underwater, similar to Vanish at Cosmoworld in Japan. (Cosmoworld)
Water coaster
Concept art shows the track of a towering roller coaster diving underwater along the coast of Robot Land. (Robot Land)
Giant wheel
Robot Land would feature a giant wheel with a clockwork-gears motif similar to the London Eye. (Robot Land)
Gyro Drop
Robot-themed rides at Robot Land would include a free-fall drop tower, water flume, bumper cars and merry-go-round. (Intamin)
Robot aquarium
Robot Land would feature an aquarium where visitors control robotic fish. (Robot Land)
Park operators plan to work with a number of intellectual property holders to provide themes for Robot Land’s rides and attractions based on movie franchises like “Robocop.” (Orion)
‘Astro Boy’
The Robot Character Hall at Robot Land would include exhibits based on the “Astro Boy,” “Transformers” and “Star Wars” movie franchises. (Summit Entertainment)
Asimo robot
The Robot Character Hall at Robot Land would include experimental robots built by manufacturers like Honda, Sony and Toyota. (Honda)
Park operators plan to work with a number of amusement park operators like Legoland to provide themes for Robot Land’s rides and attractions. (Legoland)
Concept art of the still-evolving Robot Land theme park shows amorphous-shaped futuristic architecture ringed by a monorail track. (Robot Land)
Robot restaurants
The theme park’s restaurants would have robot waiters that break into regular staged performances during dinner. (Robot Land)
Water park
Robot Land would include a robot-centric water park that would feature a river, wave pool and slide tower. (Robot Land)
Shopping district
Opening in phases starting in 2013 and continuing into 2014, Robot Land eventually would be ringed by shopping districts, research and development facilities, robotics trade schools and high-rise commercial buildings. (Robot Land)
Dubbed the world’s first robot theme park, the oft-delayed Robot Land would compete for visitors in the greater Seoul area with Everland, the world’s 10th busiest theme park. (Robot Land)
Paramount Movie Park Korea
In recent years, South Korean theme park projects have gained a reputation for getting stuck in the ambitious yet unrealized conceptual stage, including Paramount Movie Park Korea. (Paramount)