If you're thinking of hitting the slopes this winter, chances are your list of ski holiday destinations doesn’t place South Korea at the top. Why not? South Korea is one of the best kept ski holiday destinations, with mountains that cover 70 percent of the peninsula and a collection mountain resorts making it a great place for a snow holiday.
In addition to these sweet conditions, South Korea is closer to Australia compared to most other international ski destinations and boasts affordable lift passes and accommodation options. A snow trip to South Korea will see you tucking in to some awesome food and if you're not too busy on the slopes, immersing yourself in cultural experiences.
Don’t delay, see the South Korea ski holiday packages Student Flights is offering today. We'll see you at karaoke after the slopes.
There are 12 major destinations to choose from on your Korean ski holiday, most are located less than 4 hours from Seoul and 4 are located less than one hour from the capital city — for the student traveller relying on public transport, that's a bonus!
Cheap skiing in Korea starts at Yongpyong – it's renowned as having the best snow and some of the best facilities. There's 31 slopes for you to swish down, with 6 approved for international competitions, as well as Dragon Park -an excellent snowboarding park. The resort boasts 15 chairlifts as well as the biggest slope in Korea at 180 metres high. When the sun goes down let the partying begin.
Muju is also an excellent resort for Korea skiing, the facilities are top notch like the outdoor spa located in the family hotel where you can soak in the hot tub and watch skiers flying by or try the restaurant at the top with a gorgeous circular fireplace.
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