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First rendering revealed for Lionsgate theme park in South Korea
POSTED 02 Mar 2018 . BY Tom Anstey
A new rendering from JRA shows the completed park Credit: JRA
The first rendering of Lionsgate's upcoming theme park at the recently-opened Jeju Shinhwa World has been released.

Called Lionsgate Movie World, the development at Jeju Shinhwa – one of South Korea’s largest integrated resorts – will span 122,000sq m (1.3 million sq ft) and will be the largest Lionsgate attraction to date, with the venture being master planned, designed, and project managed by JRA.

Expected to open in 2020, Lionsgate has partnered with Hong Kong-based developer Landing International Development, who selected JRA to recreate the world of The Hunger Games, with the park to include a recreation of the Capitol and President Snow’s mansion, and a horror-themed area based on the Saw and Cabin in the Woods films. Split into six zones total, other Lionsgate properties to feature include Twilight and Now You See Me.

The park, which will be Lionsgate’s first branded outdoor theme park, will include a number of rides, attractions and 4D experiences, as well as streets and towns based on Lionsgate IPs. Each area will also include themed restaurants, cafés, souvenir shops and theatrical performances.

Lionsgate has high hopes for its theme parks and attractions division, with full parks coming not only to South Korea but also China. Last year, Lionsgate also opened the World of the Hunger Games at Motiongate Dubai and has plans for a number of Lionsgate Entertainment Cities in locations including New York and Madrid. Operating under a licensing model, the studio says it hopes to welcome 20 million visitors a year to its attractions portfolio by the end of 2020, generating US$250m (€203.5m, £181.3m) in profits over the next decade.
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First rendering revealed for Lionsgate theme park in South Korea
POSTED 02 Mar 2018 . BY Tom Anstey
A new rendering from JRA shows the completed park Credit: JRA
The first rendering of Lionsgate's upcoming theme park at the recently-opened Jeju Shinhwa World has been released.

Called Lionsgate Movie World, the development at Jeju Shinhwa – one of South Korea’s largest integrated resorts – will span 122,000sq m (1.3 million sq ft) and will be the largest Lionsgate attraction to date, with the venture being master planned, designed, and project managed by JRA.

Expected to open in 2020, Lionsgate has partnered with Hong Kong-based developer Landing International Development, who selected JRA to recreate the world of The Hunger Games, with the park to include a recreation of the Capitol and President Snow’s mansion, and a horror-themed area based on the Saw and Cabin in the Woods films. Split into six zones total, other Lionsgate properties to feature include Twilight and Now You See Me.

The park, which will be Lionsgate’s first branded outdoor theme park, will include a number of rides, attractions and 4D experiences, as well as streets and towns based on Lionsgate IPs. Each area will also include themed restaurants, cafés, souvenir shops and theatrical performances.

Lionsgate has high hopes for its theme parks and attractions division, with full parks coming not only to South Korea but also China. Last year, Lionsgate also opened the World of the Hunger Games at Motiongate Dubai and has plans for a number of Lionsgate Entertainment Cities in locations including New York and Madrid. Operating under a licensing model, the studio says it hopes to welcome 20 million visitors a year to its attractions portfolio by the end of 2020, generating US$250m (€203.5m, £181.3m) in profits over the next decade.
RELATED STORIES
Lionsgate and Parques Reunidos to open Madrid attraction


Lionsgate and Parques Reunidos have announced plans to open the first European Lionsgate-branded indoor entertainment centre, at the Estación Príncipe Pío in Madrid.
World of the Hunger Games comes to Motiongate Dubai


The world’s first Hunger Games theme park attraction has opened to the public in Dubai, as Lionsgate and DXB Entertainments celebrated the highly anticipated launch at the operator’s recently opened Motiongate park in the UAE.
Lionsgate and Parques Reunidos plan Times Square attraction


Lionsgate and Parques Reunidos are bringing a new attraction to the heart of New York City, with plans to launch a branded Lionsgate entertainment centre in Times Square.
Lionsgate theme park developer eyes Philippines for next project


Landing International Development – the company which recently announced plans to open a fully-fledged Lionsgate theme park in South Korea – has set its sights on its next theme park target; the Philippines.
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The 'world's most anticipated museum' to finally open this year
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