Walltopia has announced a new partnership on the Korean market and the good news is that the country will now be able to benefit from the expertise of the company in developing complex active entertainment projects that take attractions to a whole new level.
Zipline Korea is based in Seoul, South Korea and is the largest provider of zip line attractions in the country with over 10 years of experience in the sector. A longtime Professional Vendor Member of the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT), Zipline Korea is set to be a very successful representative of Walltopia in the territory.
It all happened after a thorough process during which Zipline Korea, Inc. and its team have been through an extensive training program with Walltopia, thus ensuring they will be able to provide Korean clients with everything Walltopia has to offer.
“We see great potential in our collaboration and we are very excited to see our first projects being designed.” said Zlatimira Bancheva, Sales Director of Walltopia. “Before entering the partnership Zipline Korea visited Bulgaria and took part in a series of presentations of all of our products. They visited our production plants, participated in workshops and were able to experience first hand our latest developments and technologies.” continued Zlatimira.
“Our ambition is to bring to Korea projects that incorporate a number of active entertainment products in one. This is Walltopia’s specialty. The company has a proven track record of delivering hubs for adventures that combine sport, adrenaline and fun and engage people in the experience of multiple different activities in one visit.” said Mr Jeffrey Wonkyu Jung, CEO of Zipline Korea, Inc. “What makes Walltopia different is that no matter how complex a project is, their team delivers expected results – starting with the design, moving on to the installation and finally – the certification. We have seen the great examples of their work and the expertise of their team and now know that we can confidently offer their products in Korea.”
On their way to the Walltopia factory in Letnitsa
The services that will be offered to the Korean market include architecture and design, engineering, project management, production, assembling and maintenance and inspection. And the range of products includes active entertainment attractions for all levels of skill, including Ropes Courses, Fun Walls, Artificial Caves, Boulder climbing walls and Ninja Courses that make physical workouts fun and diverse. Walltopia was also the first to present to the industry the Rollglider by Safety Engineering – a roller coaster-zip line that offers a free flight experience in a completely safe environment.