Pokemon Go's Next Safari Zone Is In South Korea

Pokemon GO Safari Zone: Goyang will take place in September.


South Korea is getting its first Pokemon Go Safari Zone--special areas that hold rare Pokemon--at the Ilsang Lake Park in Goyang. Like past Safari Zones, the Goyang event is ticketed. It's mandatory to purchase an entry in order to experience Pokemon Go's Safari Zone events.

Tickets are ₩16000 (roughly $12 USD) and players can choose which day they'd like visit the Safari Zone from 12 PM to 6 PM local time. For players who want to start at 9 AM, tickets will be priced higher at ₩24000. The event will be live from September 23-25.

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Event features and bonuses

  • Trades: Stardust cost reduced by 50%, three more special trades can be made for a maximum of five per day
  • Event-exclusive Special Research story
  • Goyang-themed Field Research
  • Incense: Upon activation during the event, Incense will last eight hours. Does not apply to Daily Adventure Incense
  • Lure Modules: Upon activation during the event, Lure Modules will last for four hours.

Featured Pokemon

  • Caterpie
  • Pikachu wearing a Safari Hat
  • Dratini
  • Unown A, G, N, O, Y
  • Wurmple
  • Ralts
  • Surskit
  • Sableye
  • Lileep
  • Feebas
  • Luvdisc
  • Bidoof
  • Plant Cloak Burmy
  • Combee
  • Carnivine
  • Pidove
  • Cottonee
  • Blue Flower Flabébé
  • Spritzee
  • Stufful

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