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Stayed at the Intercontinental for 4 nights during the winter months mainly for skiing. This water fun park is a great break from skiing when the kids were a bit tired of skiing. It's not the greatest I've been but quite good with about 5-6...More
Spent an hour with my year old daughter. Facilty is modern and clean. Difficult to navigate if you do not speak Korean however staff are exceptionally friendly and really try to help.
Park is advertised as one of the largest in Korea however actually quite...More
Though it is in winter, the waterpark can still give you fun. The water is warm with spa, made you relax and relief. It was also suitable for kids with a few slides. Feeling good when you go outside of the waterpark especially in winter...More
Small indoor park with few slides but provided good fun away from the slopes for the children. Its heated, so its nice and warm although its snowing outside.
Theres also a korean sauna at the top level where one need to be fully undressed to...More
A big indoor water park with few water slides. An outdoor swimming pool is also connecting to the indoor swim. Quite a few high temp. pool (39 to 40 degrees) for relaxing. Place is clean and not crowded. Highly recommend for take a rest after...More
We visited here during winter and it made me forget that it was freezing outside, Rode on all the slides which are the main attractions, There were very few people so we took the rides multiple times. There is also a wave pool and lazy...More