Winter, the season of snow and ice, is comming! Winter in Korea offers a lot of great activities and opportunities for visitors to enjoy only this season, which is skating and skiing! These are the most affordable winter leisure activities that visitors can easily join and are loved by all ages. The cold of the winter will not be a problem when visitors plunge from the top of the snow hill or slide the gentle steps on the ice.
Seoul Plaza Ice Skating Rink
Soaked in the lively atmosphere and surrounded by tall buildings from all sides, Seoul Plaza Skating Rink offers guests the opportunity to experience the feeling of skating right in the city. The skating rink opens at 10 am. After an hour of skating, the surface of the ice rink is sprayed again within 30 minutes. Admission tickets are sold at the ticket counter. Be present at the borrowed counter to borrow free skating equipment including skates, helmets and knee pads. Seoul Plaza Ice Skating Rink is not only an affordable location but also one of the most convenient places in downtown Seoul. Thanks to that, visitors can easily go by public transport to come here. There are also a number of tourist attractions nearby, such as the Deoksugung Palace.
Lotte World Ice Rink
This skating rink is located right in the third basement of Lotte World indoor theme park, one of the major amusement parks in Korea. There is a giant glass ceiling design that allows sunlight to shine through the ice rink which brings a fresh atmosphere in the skating rink. At night, the illuminated laser system makes the skating rink come alive than ever in the festive atmosphere. Guests can enjoy a cup of coffee or a delicious dinner in nearby family restaurants or cafes and still enjoy the skating rink.
Seoul Arts Center Ice Rink
Seoul Arts Center Ice Rink is fully equipped from the spotlight system to the music to help the skater feel like they are performing on the stage, not just on the skating rink. Next to the skating rink, food trucks are always available to serve delicious delicacies such as tteokbokki, eomuk and drinks.