Seoul MICE Webzine | “Running Man” Experience Center is opened in Seoul Insa-dong
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“Running Man” Experience Center is opened in Seoul Insa-dong

“Running Man” Experience Center is opened in Seoul Insa-dong

“Running Man” Experience Center is opened in Seoul Insa-dong

– An experiencing attraction where you become a member of the famous variety program <Running Man> and carry out missions
– Both Koreans and foreign visitors can enjoy it without language barrier
The attraction where visitors can directly experience the famous variety show “Running Man Ep.1 – Treasure Hunt” (hereinafter referred to as “Running Man”) is opened on 3rd November, located in the B1/F of the SM Duty Free Store in Seoul Insa-dong.


“Running Man” is an attraction where visitors can dynamically experience <Running Man>, which is a famous variety show where representative artists of Korea solve missions in various places in the city. Visitors directly become the 8th member of Running Man, receive commands, and have a lot of fun through carrying out various types of missions.

“Running Man” is operated by both HANA Tour and Creative Tong. Creative Tong is an enterprise operating various experience spaces such as “Alive Museum” and “Dynamic Maze”.


“Running Man” is around 300 pyeong in size and consists of 12 mission stages. It is in radial shape, and it allows around 250 people to enter at the same time. Located in the center of tourist spot – Insa-dong, and being an experiencing attraction that can be enjoyed without the problem of language barrier, “Running Man” is expected to be enjoyed by both Koreans and foreign visitors without any burdens.


The way of experiencing “Running Man” is simple. Collect as many R-Points as possible within the time limit of 60 minutes. Before entry, visitors need to choose a team out of Red/Blue/Green, and then receive the respective bracelet. R-Points will be given as the reward after successfully finishing 12 missions such as “Digital Rope Jumping”, “Tearing off Name Tags”, “Dark Maze” and “Mirror Maze”. R-Points can be collected by tagging your bracelet on the kiosks hidden in various places, and a maximum of 88 R-Points can be collected for each person.
At the end of the experience, according to the number of R-Points collected within the time limit, Running Man badges of corresponding levels will be given as souvenirs. If 80 or above R-Points are collected, “Running Man Certificate” will be given and your name will be put on the Hall of Fame inside the Experience Center.


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