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Jisan Forest Ski Resort is a small ski field perfectly suited to families, learners and snowboarders wanting a day out on the mountain. Last time we visited, we stayed in the small city of Yongan-Si, which is considered to be part of the great Seoul metropolitan area and only a mere 15 minute drive from the resort. Generally, it takes about 40 minutes from Gangnum, south of Seoul.

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Konjiam Resort is the newest and biggest resort in the Seoul metro region, situated only a 40 minute drive from Gangnam in the town of Gwangju. Opened in 2008, Konjiam Resort offers an upmarket mountain experience, from premium accommodation to introducing Korea’s first maximum skier / snowboarder number policy. Open nearly 24 hours during the snow season, this resort is another great convenient and flexible day / night out or luxury weekend getaway.

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It’s that time of year and the Korean Ski resorts are starting to put out their season pass specials for the 2014/15 snow season. And we know you’re all getting amped, dreaming of the winter ahead and trying to find the deal of the century to keep you in skiing/boarding heaven all season long.  Far be it from us to dampen your spirits but getting a season pass can be a little bit of a messy process. And that’s where we here Korea Snow can help you to see the ski slopes through the trees so you can busting rooster tails when the white stuff starts falling.

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Phoenix Park Ski Resort is located about two hours from Seoul, perched up on Taegisan Mountain. Renowned for the beautiful natural scenery surrounding the resort, Phoenix Park’s elevation, aspect and powdery snow cover gives visitors the opportunity to experience a great snow holiday.

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So, you've decided to head to the Korean snowfields for your Northern Hemisphere snow holiday and the next thing on your 'To Do List' is to sort out snow wear and equipment.