Wu-Tang Clan are opening a themepark in South Korea

Legendary hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan are soon to become Woohoo-Tang Clan, with a theme park set to open in South Korea that’s based entirely on the group’s history and music.

Yeah, I know. Fucking weird.

Wu-Tang Clan have maintained such a consistent position in the pop culture zeitgeist, it feels like a theme park could be the next natural step for the hip-hop supergroup.

With huge album release stunts, run-ins with supervillains and part of New York already honouring their legacy, why wouldn’t a theme park be on the cards?

The move is being spearheaded by the Vice President of the Wu-Tang Management organisation, Jimmy S Kang, who hopes to open it in his native South Korea in the near future. Speaking to Masslive, Kang said:

“[My Father] told me, ‘If you’re going to do something, do it to your fullest potential. Don’t half-ass it or you’re just wasting time.'”

They may not have been honoured at the 2019 AMA’s, but having a rollercoaster based on the ups and downs of RZA’s career feels like the truest honour a stinking rich South Korean music exec could ever bestow upon you.

Whatever warped reality we drifted into thats produced the likes of Trump, sex robots and chocolate chicken, at least it might spit out a Wu-Tang Clan theme park.

That’s got to be better than a Grammy.