Many of the ski resorts of Korea are scattered throughout Gangwon-do Province, the region that gets the most annual snowfall. Most ski resorts are large leisure centers that stay open all year round, offering plush accommodations and amenities. These facilities, despite their location outside the popular city of Seoul, Equipped with the latest facilities and offering an array of slopes (everything from bunny slopes
toblack diamonds), attract thousands of tourists each year who have come to try their luck on the slopes and experience the magic of winter.
Of course, the most popular time to visit these kinds of resorts is during the peak ski season from mid-December to the end of February. these resorts have a littlesomething for everyone. A number of these great resorts are situated just outside the city limits, allowing for quick, convenient ski trips over the weekend.
All of the resorts on our list offer both skiing and snowboarding, with new snowboarding facilities constantly being added to keep up with the increasing demand for the popular new sport. Skiing & boarding facilities at the resorts are usually open from mid-November/early December until March or April.
During this time, Korea’s ski resorts become the nation’s vacation hotspots.During this time, prices for accommodations go up and rooms fill up fast, so visitors who are unable to get lodging within the resort complexes are advised to check out hotels, motels, or pensions (inns) in the surrounding area. Attracting
visitors from home and abroad to the pristine mountainsides for unforgettable wintertime fun, whether it be adrenaline-packedruns down the mountain, sledding with the kids, or long, luxurious soaks in slopeside hot tubs.