The Crumbling Chaos of Abandoned Amusement Parks: Okpo Land, Okpo-Dong, South Korea (closed in 1999). The duck-themed rollercoaster killed a child in the late 1990s and another in 1999. Nobody of the park's leaders have apologized or said anything. The park was left in ruin in 1999 and demolished in the Fall of 2011.

Abandoned Amusement Park, Okpo Land in Okpo-Dong, South Korea (closed in

Echoes of Fun, Silence of Decay: Okpo Land in South Korea (closed in 1999 after it's second fatal accident)

Abandoned Okpo Land Amusement Park in South Korea closed in 1999 after the Duck themed ride capsized and threw a young girl out of the compartment and down to the pavement below. She died and the park closed that same day.

Okpo Land in South Korea Closed in 1999 - hanging car left from when girl died.

Okpo Land in South Korea Closed in 1999 - hanging car left from when girl died.

Kaeson Youth Fair Pyongyang, North Korea.  Park may have never been completely abandoned, but this ferris wheel was and has been removed.  The park is currently operating.

Park may have never been completely abandoned, but this ferris wheel was and has been removed. The park is currently operating.

ever since the world ended

The day the world went away: Elevator swing ride at abandoned amusment park.

Chernobyl Amusement Park in Pripyat, Ukraine was scheduled to open on May 1…

A look back at the Chernobyl disaster (55 Photos)

Chernobyl Amusement park in Pripyat, Ukraine was scheduled to open on May 1986 but the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant took place on April 26 that year only 5 days before the grand opening, causing the residents of the city to be evacuated.

forgotten carnival float by nellee100, via Flickr

urbex-exploration: monster at an abandoned amusement park Visit Abandonments for more Urban Exploration & Decay. Or, a headless Weeping Angel.

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