Quantcast
Wu-Tang Clan Is In Talks With South Korea To Open Up Their Own Theme Park

Wu-Tang Clan Is In Talks With South Korea To Open Up Their Own Theme Park

by Elijah C. Watson
November 19, 2019 2:05 PM

Wu-Tang Clan Is In Talks With South Korea To Open Up Their Own Theme Park

Photo by Al Pereira/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Wu-Tang is truly for the children.

Wu-Tang Clan has continued to expand upon their hip-hop legacy in recent years. A documentary series, a drama miniseries, and now a possible theme park.

READ: A Toy Company Buys eOne, Now owns Catalog with Songs by Wu-Tang Clan, Tupac, Chuck Berry and More

Yes, the beloved hip-hop collective is trying to make its own theme park.

In a story by Mass Live about the group’s Vice President, Jimmy Kang, it is revealed that Kang is negotiating a Wu-Tang theme park to be built in Seoul. Yes, Seoul — the capital of South Korea. No other details are shared in regards to the park, but at the very least there is now the possibility of a Wu-Tang theme park actually existing — even if it happens to be in another nation.

In related news, Joe Rogan recently told de facto Wu-Tang Clan leader RZA that he wants to buy the group’s one of a kind $2 million album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.

While speaking with RZA on his Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Rogan asked about the wereabouts of the album before voicing his want to purchase it.

“Is there a way I could buy that off of him?” Rogan asked before telling RZA that he’d either release it online or release it with RZA.

“Sitting there makes no sense to me,” Rogan added.

“How much did [Martin Shkreli] buy it for?” Rogan asked later during the podcast, to which RZA told him of the album’s $2 million price tag.

“I’m gonna buy it and release it for free if that’s OK with you, but that needs to be released,” Rogan said. “Let’s make this happen, man. Martin, where you at?”

Source: Mass Live



Our Newsletter

Follow us on Social Media