129, Jangamdong-gil, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
Paragliding is controlled by the power of body weight. Hang gliding and paragliding are both included in manpowered gliders, which refers to gliders weighing less than 50 kilograms in dead weight. Paragliding has the shortest history among air sports, but is the most popular manpower glider.
Anyone can enjoy paragliding and after a 3 to 4-hour training course, participants can take off from a 50 meter steep hill. The total weight of the glide is just 10 kilograms, light enough to carry on one’s back, and carries very little danger if riders follow proper precautions.
Jangamsan Paragliding Field is located near Pyeongchang and the mountain is mainly comprised of stones, making it possible for people to enjoy a real thermal flight experience. The field is suitable for families who wish to enjoy camping with paragliding. The landing field is situated along the Pyeongchanggang River, which is also available for swimming after the flight. The river has a spacious pool on both upstream and downstream, making it a perfect venue for safety clinic education as well.
47 , Waheulsangseo 2-gil, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Jeju Leports Land is located on the eastern side of Jeju Island and is the country's largest kart experience center. It is a multi-complex leisure experience center with programs such as mountain buggy, zip line, survival field, four season sledding, and more. There are also accommodation facilties such as pensions and guest houses.
119, Hajodaehaean-gil, Yangyang-gun, Gangwon-do
Surfyy Beach is a 1 kilometer-long surf designated beach, just north of Hajodae Beach in Yangyang. It's the first of its kind in Korea and has the most trainers and approximately 1,000 surfboards while also operating Surf School. Training is available for all different levels from beginners to advanced, and for those only looking to surf, board and wetsuits are available for rent. Surf yoga, longboard, snorkeling and other programs are also available. The beach has various zones including bean bag zone, hammock zone, chilling zone, and sunbed zone for visitors to enjoy. There are also pub & lounge, camping facilities and more for visitors convenience.
12, Seongwang-ro 173beon-gil, Buyeo-gun, Chuncheongnam-do
Buyeo Sky Banner is the only place that offers free-flying hot air balloon ride in Korea and was designated as one of the top ten themed travels by Korea Tourism Organization. Buyeo is a rural region considered ideal for flying hot air balloons due to its relatively low mountain terrains. The balloons fly a distance of seven to eight kilometers over the Baengmangang River, offering a bird's-eye-view of Buyeo and the Geumgang River as well as the many historical heritages from the Baekje period.
265, High1-gil, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
Kangwon Land Casino opened on October 28, 2000 as the only casino in Korea to allow the admission of Koreans. The casino is part of Kangwon Land Resort, a leisure complex which also offers 477 guestrooms.
861, Seohang-ro, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
The O2 Ski Resort is located in Taebaek, Gangwon-do, the center of leisure in Korea. In summer, there is no heat wave nor mosquitos and in winter, it receives the first snowfall in Korea as well as the longest snow season. This town-style resort is located only ten minutes from downtown Taebaek and is a world-class leisure town with various facilties and sightseeing attractions nearby. The O2 Ski Resort has been specially designed for families with ski slopes for adults and a sledding hill and kids' park.
27, Geumgang-ro 2536beon-gil, Pocheon-si, Gyeonggi-do
Bears Town Resort is a large leisure complex on the outskirts of Seoul that owns a slope officially approved by the International Ski Federation. It was the first in the country to offer rental services allowing for a wider range of visitors. The beginner slope Little Bear, is perfect for first time skiers and boarders. Including the 88 Challenger slope that was officially approved by the International Ski Federation, there are ten slopes. There are also eight lifts that can carry up to 15,200 people per hour. The resort also has a slope for ski lessons and a sledding hill.
262, Hanchigol-gil, Hongcheon-gun, Gangwon-do
Vivaldi Park Ski World attracts ski lovers with their one-day skiing and nighttime skiing options as well as offering large accommodation facilities. The condos provide direct access to the ski slopes, adding more convenience for visiting this ski resort. There are 12 ski slopes, one gondola and 10 lifts for optimal enjoyment. Vivaldi Park Ski World also hosts various competitions, providing excellent slope and snow conditions for all visitors from beginners to winter sports enthusiasts.
174, Taegi-ro, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
With a 5-star hotel, condominium buildings, ski slopes, and a top-class golf course, the mountain resort complex of Phoenix Park provides various recreational and amusement facilities for a great vacation. The resort is located approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes from Seoul in Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do. Pyeongchang is a major winter sports region in Korea and is the host city of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
The resort has a total of seventeen slopes, four of which are approved by the FIS (International Ski Federation), and has superb snow quality. Phoenix Snow Park is an environmentally friendly resort, created with the minimum possible disruption to surrounding nature. For more information on the Phoenix Snow Park and subsidiary facilities, please visit the official website or call the ski resort helpine.
1206, Eosil-ro, Yangsan-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Located in Yangsan, Gyeongsangnam-do, Eden Valley Resort ski slopes have been scientifically designed to disperse skiers and prevent overcrowding. Various slope types are available for skiers and snowboarders of diverse skill levels. Visitors can enjoy winter leisure sports in this international-standard ski resort.
90, Minsokchon-ro, Giheung-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
The Korean Folk Village Sledding Hills has two slopes, one for adults and another for children. Visitors to the Korean Folk Village can enjoy various cultural events as well as sledding in winer.
500, High1-gil, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
High1 Ski Resort is equipped with lifts and ski slopes for beginners as well as intermediate and advanced skiers, providing an enjoyable environment for the whole family. It is also designed to be the most environmental-friendly ski resort in the nation. Preserving the mountain while making the slopes, in spring various wild edible greens are seen and in summer many wild flowers bloom, making the resort an eco-travel attraction all year round. The revolving restaurant at the mountain top, 1,340 meters above sea level, provides an amazing view of the surrounding area with one full rotation every hour.