NS - 2 : Nami Island & Snow Slide Tour
Pick-up (around 07:30) ~ 17:30
Available Every day
(Beg. of Dec. ~ End of Feb.)

KRW 139,000 p/p (2 ~ 4 person)
KRW 129,000 p/p (5 or more)

Child (age 4~10) : KRW 119,000 p/p

Transportation, Guide, Admission fee, Lunch, Ferry ticket, Snow slide ticket, Snow gloves rental
Pick up - Nami Island - Lunch - stop by Ski shop - Gangchon Elysian Ski Resort - Enjoy Snow slide - stop by Ski shop - to Seoul - Korean Ginseng Center - Hotel

** Lunch : Dakgalbi (Spicy Chicken Rib) or Roast Chicken
** You can rent optional items at the ski shop on the tour day
** Optional items (additional fee)
    - Ski suit rental : KRW 15,000 per set
    - Ski goggles rental : KRW 10,000 per piece
    - Snowboard gears (Deck/ Binding/ Boots) rental : KRW 30,000
    - Snowboard lesson : KRW 30,000 per person per hour (more than 2 person)
    - Ski lift ticket (half-day) : KRW 50,000 per person
    - Sightseeing lift ticket : KRW 14,000 per person

Information of Tourist Attraction
Nami Island
Nami Island peeped out the Bukhan river after the building of the Cheong-pyeong Dam. It was named after General Nami from the Joseon Dynasty.
It is located in Chun-cheon city with a circumference of about six kilometers. Though small, it offers a zoo, botanical garden, and scenic sights that can be enjoyed by boat, bicycle, or electric car.
Nami Island is the perfect backdrop for a budding romance. One of Korea's biggest mega-hit dramas 'Winter Sonata' was shot there. 'Winter Sonata' fans from all over Asia stop by Nami Island to reminisce their favorite scenes. There are even international festivals held there annually.
Gangchon Elysian Ski Resort
Elysian Gangchon is a deluxe leisure facility that is easily accessible from Seoul. The ski resort has 6 lifts, snowboarding facilities, and 10 slopes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced skiers. Gangchon Ski Resort, with its multitude of ski slopes, is a great destination for skiers of all abilities. The resort is located within a beautiful valley, and skiers can enjoy a panoramic view of the natural scenery while gliding down the slopes. Whether you choose to go down the beginner, intermediate, or advanced slopes, everyone can enjoy a 1 km-long run. Intermediate and beginner skiers can reach the mountain peak rest area on the B lift. A separate beginner’s slope is also available to be used as a practice slope. By skiing down the ridges, skiers are treated to a wide-open view of the beautiful scenery. The ski resort is typically open from December to early March of each year.