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Snow holidays in Korea are one of the best kept secrets, with most people not even knowing that the Korean Peninsular gets some great snow in the Northern Hemisphere winter. With the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics to be held in the Pyeongchang Region, no doubt this will increase international recognition and growth in the Korean ski fields. This site is a comprehensive guide to enjoy the pleasures of the Korean snow fields and also a guide to this great culturally rich country that can offer so much.

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A regular reader of Korea Snow recently asked, 'Does Korea have an après ski scene'? Annie, this can be confirmed. Yes, on one hand Korean snow fields have an après ski scene of sorts, but on the other hand they don't. Is that clear enough for you? Clear as black snow methinks. Let us explain...

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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.

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You can't come to Korea without visiting the capital - Seoul!

A supercharged city of 20 million people, it is an amazing place to get lost and have fun. Highly recommend a couple of days in Seoul before you jet off home. Here are our food Top Picks to fuel up on before you head to the slopes!



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