Universal announces plans to develop theme park in South Korea
Written by Robert Niles
Universal Studios annouced today that it will open a theme park in South Korea in 2012. Universal will partner with local firms, including POSCO Engineering and Construction, to build the park, which will be located at a site yet to be determined. Universal did not announce a cost estimate for the park, either.Tweet
Earlier this month, Universal signed on the Dubailand project in the United Arab Emirates. And another U.S. movie studio, Paramount, also earlier this month announced its plans to get back into the theme park business with a South Korean park.
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