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|Park section||European Adventure|
|Opening date||March 14, 2008|
|Model||Wooden Coaster (Prefabricated Track)|
|Lift/launch system||Cable lift|
|Height||56.02 m (183.8 ft)|
|Drop||45.99 m (150.9 ft)|
|Length||1,641 m (5,384 ft)|
|Speed||103.9 km/h (64.6 mph)|
|Max vertical angle||77°|
|T Express at RCDB
Pictures of T Express at RCDB
T Express is a wooden roller coaster at Everland in Yongin, South Korea. It is South Korea's first wooden coaster, Intamin's fourth wooden coaster with prefabricated track, the first ride of this type in Asia, and the first to utilize three trains. It is world's fourth steepest wooden roller coaster. It is also the world's ninth fastest, fourth tallest, and sixth longest wooden coaster, with El Toro being the third tallest. It is also built on a hillside, and the height is taking advantage of the terrain.
T Express was ranked as the world's best wooden coaster in Mitch Hawker's online poll in 2008 and 2010.
The biggest change brought by T Express was an increase in the number of customers, especially teenagers and university students. The number of college students increased by 14%, and teenagers by 73% according to Everland statistics.
|Mitch Hawker's Best Roller Coaster Poll: Best wood-Tracked Roller Coaster|
- Press release - Everland PRcenter
- "Clients & Portfolio". Rocky Mountain Construction. Retrieved August 30, 2013.
- Hawker, Mitch. "Wooden Roller Coaster Poll 20 Year Results Table (1994–2013)". Best Roller Coaster Poll. Retrieved February 6, 2014.
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