There’s exciting news for fans of Wu-Tang. The hip-hop collective could possibly get their own theme park.
The Wu-Tang theme park would be located in Seoul, South Korea, according to the Vice President of Wu-Tang Clan Management Jimmy Kang, as Complex reports.
Kang relocated to Los Angeles with his family from Korea when he was four-years-old and is currently negotiating a deal to build a Wu-Tang Clan themed amusement park there.
Lang shared the news via a MassLive profile that covered his transition from booking agent to nightclub owner to becoming the VP of Wu-Tang.
“They came and asked me to come up to New York City,” Kang said. “I met up with RZA, Freedom, Devine, Mook, and Krumbsnatcha. When they approached me, I thought it was unreal.”
There’s no concrete opening date of the Wu-Tang amusement park. However, Kang said that the development would send him back to Korea for the first time since he came to the United States.
Wu-Tang Clan’s story was recently told via a Hulu miniseries titled Wu Tang Clan: An American Saga a few months following Showtime’s multi-part documentary on the iconic rap collective called Of Mics And Men, created by Sacha Jenkins.