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South Korean ski resorts and snowboarding in South Korea

South Korean ski resorts are extemely popular places to ski and snowboard for British skiers.

Known for skiing in more different countries than any other nation, skiers from the UK take a large number of ski holidays in the ski resorts south korea offers. So what do the world's most travelled skiers and snowboarders love so much about south korean ski resorts?

Below are South Korea ski resort reviews for all of the top South Korean winter resorts - here you can find the best family ski resorts in south korea and world class South Korean snowboard resorts in the South Korean mountains.

If you're looking for your perfect ski resort south korea is likely to have what you're looking for!

Top 10 Best Ski Resorts in South Korea

Muju in South_Korea

Muju has seen phenomonal growth since opening in 1990 and is now one of Asia's top destination resorts. Apart from a ludicrous amount of skiing, considering Korea's naturally limited vertical, the resort now encompasses a theme park, Korea's largest tennis complex with no less than 108 courts, a lake for water sports,... [more Muju]

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snoman says

Muju has seen phenomonal growth since opening in 1990 and is now one of Asia's top destination resorts. Apart from a ludicrous amount of skiing, considering Korea's naturally limited vertical, the resort now en... more

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Yongpyong in South_Korea

The largest resort in Korea, located at the foot of the Palwangsan Mountain. An annual snow festival is staged here and there are numerous alternative activities. Dragon Valley is close to the National Parks at Mount Obaesan and Mount Soraksan, as well as Kyomgp'odae Beach. The '98 Ski World Cup and '99 Winter Asian... [more Yongpyong]

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The largest resort in Korea, located at the foot of the Palwangsan Mountain. An annual snow festival is staged here and there are numerous alternative activities. Dragon Valley is close to the National Parks a... more

Yongpyong
BeginnerIntermediate
ExpertSnowboarders
Apres SkiFamilies
SnowsureAmbience
ValueLift Pass?
Resort OpenDec 2016Resort CloseApr 2017
(snow conditions often influence resort opening & closing)

Bearstown in South_Korea

A short journey from Seoul, Bears Town has skiing for all abilities and excellent off-slope sports facilities. Accommodation options include the Sheraton Walkenhill Hotel. Special ski lessons are organised for 2 hours each, three times daily for non-Korean guests . The resort offers a Ski Deposit facility - whereby ... [more Bearstown]

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A short journey from Seoul, Bears Town has skiing for all abilities and excellent off-slope sports facilities. Accommodation options include the Sheraton Walkenhill Hotel. Special ski lessons are organised for... more

Bearstown
BeginnerIntermediate
ExpertSnowboarders
Apres SkiFamilies
SnowsureAmbience
ValueLift Pass?
Resort OpenDec 2016Resort CloseMar 2017
(snow conditions often influence resort opening & closing)

Alps in South_Korea

Alps has the longest ski season in Korea, running from early December to late March. Located close to the coast and the Soraksan National Park it is a year round destination resort.

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Alps has the longest ski season in Korea, running from early December to late March. Located close to the coast and the Soraksan National Park it is a year round destination resort.

Alps
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ExpertSnowboarders
Apres SkiFamilies
SnowsureAmbience
ValueLift Pass?
Resort OpenDec 2016Resort CloseMar 2017
(snow conditions often influence resort opening & closing)

Ch'onmasan in South_Korea

Located close to Seoul, Ch'onmasan was established in 1982. It has two artificial slopes of 700 M and 1300 M in length for year-round skiing. A bus service (40 minutes) operates direct from the city during the winter season.

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Located close to Seoul, Ch'onmasan was established in 1982. It has two artificial slopes of 700 M and 1300 M in length for year-round skiing. A bus service (40 minutes) operates direct from the city during the... more

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BeginnerIntermediate
ExpertSnowboarders
Apres SkiFamilies
SnowsureAmbience
ValueLift Pass?
Resort OpenDec 2016Resort CloseMar 2017
(snow conditions often influence resort opening & closing)

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All South Korean Ski Resorts

In South Korea ski resort types are fairly diverse. South Korean ski resorts range from the out and out mountain towns to chic exclusive South Korean ski resorts and purpose built modern resorts. Each is among the best in its own niche, so you really need to think about what you're looking for from a ski resort in South Korea, before booking a South Korean skiing holiday.

The truth is that South Korean ski resorts come in all different shapes and forms and, while most resorts in south korea are good for most types of skiing and snowboarding - if you know what kind of ski holiday you're looking for, and find a South Korean ski resort aimed at exactly your type of winter holiday, you can be sure of a ski trip to remember.

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