one mount seoul

Seoul Searching: Snow in Summer

Snow park korea

After our palace adventures, we hop to the nearest train station to go to One Mount Korea. My mom recommended this place because she saw this on package tours. I researched for it months before the trip and I went pretty excited for it is a combination of water and snow park. We chose the Snow park thinking it was like Snow World here much better.

Snow park, Korea

HOW TO GET THERE:

Go to Line 3 from there go down to Juyeop Station Exit 2. Train fare is KRW 1450. The One Mount is in Gyeonggi-do which is in the north side of Seoul. It’s actually a little far, around 30 minutes train ride. It is like being in Muntinlupa and travelling all the way to QC.

Snow park, Korea

We walked until we reached One Mount. We got to see their parks which is really nice and tidy. Koreans, from babies to their senior citizens, are all over their park playing, chatting, exercising and biking. It’s really nice and hoping that every municipalities in PH will have one.

Snow park, KoreaSnow park korea

Upon arrival in One Mount, it a huge shopping mall with aquarium, snow park and water park. The water park looks fun but we don’t have time for swimming so we went to the Snow Park instead since we don’t experience snow here. Ticket for 3pm onwards is KRW18,000.

Snow park korea
Snow park korea

Upon entering, we saw a ice skating rink with a giant disco ball in the ceiling. A carousel in the side and lots of sleigh in different forms. You can even sleigh with the Siberian huskies! We try sleighing and skating but it’s definitely cold that we can’t stand it. We keep searching for a snow world with ice sculptures and ice slides but those don’t exist.

Snow park korea

We went up in seek for more adventures in snow park and we saw this one in the rooftop. It’s seem scary at first but its actually not. There are kids lining for this so don’t really expect something.

Snow park korea

The place is beautiful but I don’t really recommend this for a 5 days Korea trip. It’s small and have limited activities. We regretted this, we must have gone to Lotte World instead (same rates too) or to  trick eye museum Korea.

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