We got a room with 2 bedrooms (King size bed and ensuite and an onden room) that looked over the ski hills. The scenery at night and early morning is brilliant! The room was relatively clean though we found that the drawers in the main bedroom were not cleaned out properly as we found an orange juice bottle with cigarette butts inside. The room also has a kitchen and the hotel provides kitchen utensils and bowls so you can cook if you feel. The room also has towels and pillows though we found that if you want extra you have to pay for it. Nevertheless, the bedding was still very comfortable. As for laundry, It would have also been nice to have self-serve laundry and driers.
The resort has courses for beginners (like us) and intermediates. You can hire the equipment for skis and snowboarding from the ski house as well as ski jackets and pants. Gloves and goggles you will have to bring yourself or buy from the multiple ski stores around the village. There are a lot of food options around the village including Japanese, Korean or fast food from Lotteria though we found that they were slightly more expensive than in Seoul.
Overall, a good experience so come here next time you're looking to hit the slopes.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking