Tour operates from 3 Persons
Duration 3 Days 2 Nights
Booking is accepted by the previous day
Pick up Place Your accommodation or closest subway station
Fee: Weekdays(Sun~Thu): KRW 520,000p/p
Weekend(Fri,Sat): KRW 560,000p/p
* 10% off for Children (aged 3-10), Free of charge for Infants (under 2)
under 5years old are unable for skiing or snowboarding for safety reasons
1st Day: Seoul – Mt. Seorak National Park – Kwonkeumsung Fotress (Cable Car) – Shinhung Temple – Hotel
2nd Day: Hotel – Seorak Waterpia(Hot Spring) – Naksan Temple – Naksan Beach – Hotel
3rd Day: Hotel – Yongpyong Resort or Phoenix Park Resort – Ginseng Center – Seoul
Inclusion: Transportation, Guide, Accommodation, Ski Lift(Half Day), Basic Ski lesson, Ski glove, Ski Gear
Exclusion: Meal, Ski Clothes
Option: Ski Clothes- KRW 20,000 Snow Board-KRW 10,000
* The cable car might not be available depending on weather condition.
The mountain was named Seorak (‘Seol’ meaning ‘snow’ and ‘Ak’ meaning ‘big mountain’) because the snow would not melt for a long time keeping the rocks in a permanent state of white. In November 1965, the Seorak Mountain district was designated as a Natural Monument preservation area. Afterwards in December 1973, it was designated as a park preservation area, and in August 1982, as a Biosphere Preservation District by UNESCO.
Located in Yongpyeong, Gangwon-do, Yongpyong Resort features a ski season that operates from mid-November to early April, relatively long for ski resorts in Korea. Nestled at the foot of Balwangsan Mountain (1,456m), Yongpyong Resort has an annual average snowfall of 250cm, perfect for a great ski resort. It was Korea’s first ski resort, opened in 1975 to develop Korean winter sports and resort culture. Located approximately 215km away from Seoul, it takes around 2 hours to reach traveling on Yeongdong Expressway.
Phoenix Park Resort
The resort has a total of seventeen slopes, four of which are approved by the FIS (International Ski Federation), and has superb snow quality. Phoenix Snow Park is an environmentally friendly resort, created with the minimum possible disruption to surrounding nature.