Korea South
South Korea boasts great skiing conditions and amenities that meet the world-class standards. Relish the slopes and apres-ski facilities offered as well as varied number of non-ski activities!

koreaKorea's winter provides a plenty of options to guests from all over the country and world. If you believe that nothing can compare with the excitement, mesmeric experience of sliding down slopes covered with thick, chaste snow, then the one thing you are looking forward is opening of the season. The ski season here lasts from December to March, and resorts nested across the nation are filled with ski lovers. Every year many thousands of guests from Southeast Asian countries relish their first-ever visit to the snow-covered place.

Enthusiasts can enjoy some of the best skiing in the world. The best of the winter sports generally starts somewhere from the end of November to mid-December. At present, Korea boasts 13 ski resorts: 6 in Gangwon-do Province, 5 in Gyeonggi-do, 1 in Chungcheongbuk-do and 1 in Jeollabuk-do.

 Gangwon-do has the most snowfall, and takes its pride in superb snow conditions and splendid mountain views. Marvelous is Yong Pyong Ski Resort.

The ski resorts in Gyeonggi-do Province are located in proximity to Seoul, providing skiers with opportunity to stay in the capital for a night and relish the day skiing. However many people go to the resorts in Gyeonggi-do Province to enjoy night skiing after the workday.

Ski Resorts
South Korean ski resorts boast some of the best ski centers in Asia. Many guests from all over the country and world relish the fantastic slopes and incredible vacation options.