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Pyongyang, North Korea
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Taesongsan Funfair was the first amusement park to open in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, opening in the 1970s. As with Mangyongdae Funfair, the vast majority of attractions were supplied by Meisho Amusement Machines.
The Flume was closed for my visit but is operational on busier days. The signature roller coaster, Kwansong Yolcha, was damaged in flooding in 2007 and has not operated since.