- Vivaldi Park Ski Resort, located just 1-1.5 hours away from Seoul, is a fun winter sports attraction that’s ideal for friends and families!
- Want to learn how to ski or snowboard? Book an individual, couple, or group lesson here starting at ₩50,000 or $47 per person.
- Lift tickets for Vivaldi Park Ski Resort cost ₩61,000-64,000 for 4 hours, but you can book here for only ₩40,900!
- WAUG (와그) is the No. 1 booking platform from South Korea that you can use to book activities, attractions, and restaurants worldwide. If you’re not a member yet, download the app here, sign up, and get an extra ₩3,000 coupon instantly! 🎉
Daemyung Vivaldi Park Ski Resort
Vivaldi Park may not be the largest ski resort in South Korea, but it sure is the hippest! Just consider what their slopes are called: Funky, Techno, Jazz, and Reggae, just to name a few. If you’re wondering if the naming is just random — no, they actually play really cool music as guests hit the slopes. This is exactly one of the reasons why Vivaldi Park Ski Resort is frequented by a lot of teens and young adults!
Another nice thing about Daemyung Vivaldi Park is its location. It’s only 1-1.5 hours away from Seoul, so if you’re looking for a ski resort near the capital, definitely consider this option! Below are more details to help you plan your trip:
Equipment Rental for Vivaldi Park Ski Resort
There are three things that you should have before visiting any ski resort in Korea: equipment, apparel, and lift tickets. Here’s some information about the gear:
As listed on their website, the regular rates for renting ski or snowboard equipment at Vivaldi Park starts at ₩26,000 or $24 (good for 4 hours). However, if you want to save money, you can book on WAUG here starting at only ₩8,000 or $7.5! The voucher is offered by S&S Sports and is also good for 4 hours.
Clothing Rental for Daemyung Vivaldi Park
Aside from equipment, you can also rent the latest apparel on WAUG. S&S Sports has a wide variety of clothes that you can choose from, and I like that they disinfect all their clothes (and equipment) regularly. Apparel rental only costs ₩8,000 or $7.5, and you can easily book a voucher below:
Lesson Programs for Vivaldi Park
Want to learn the basics of skiing? Vivaldi Park Resort offers classes to help you hit the slopes in no time. However, if you want to save money, I suggest availing the fun and intensive lessons offered by S&S Sports. They offer classes for 1-3 people (very intimate), and they charge starting at only ₩50,000 or $47 per person! (Don’t know Korean yet? You can inquire at the store if they have instructors that teach in English. You can get their number here.)
Vivaldi Park Ski Resort Lift Tickets
At the resort, lift tickets cost ₩61,000-64,000 (valid for 4 hours). However, you can book on WAUG here for only ₩40,900! First time to book on WAUG? You’ll get an extra ₩3,000 or $3 discount coupon that you can use on your first booking! 🎉
Vivaldi Park Ski Resort: Price Guide & Deals from WAUG
For reference, here’s a summary of the rates:
|1. Lift Ticket||₩61,000-63,000||₩40,900|
|2. Equipment Rental (Single)||₩26,000-28,000||₩8,000|
|3. Clothing Rental||–||₩8,000|
|4. Lift (Single) + Equipment||₩87,000-91,000||₩41,000|
|5. Other equipment: Goggles, |
Guard, & Helmet (Single)
How to Book S&S Sports Rental Vouchers for Vivaldi Park Ski Resort
If you’re unfamiliar with booking online, just follow these 5 simple steps:
- Log in or sign up for a WAUG account here.
- Proceed to the booking page of the S&S Sports Rental Shop here or Vivaldi Park Lift Tickets here.
- Select the date, option, and quantity.
- Check out with your card. (Set the page’s currency to KRW to activate other payment options, like Naver Pay and mobile payment!)
- Wait for your vouchers on the WAUG app, which you can download below:
How to Get to Vivaldi Park Ski Resort from Seoul
Daemyung Vivaldi Park Ski Resort is located in 2054, Hanseo-ro, Daegok-ri, Seomyeon, Hongcheon-gun, Gangwon-do. You can take the public transportation to get to the resort or hop on their free shuttle bus.
To see the live conditions at Vivaldi Park Ski Resort, check out their webcam footage page here.
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