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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The resort is very traditional Korean style. Ski tracks are perfect from beginner to intermediate. Great sauna house after a long ski day. Most staffs are friendly even they dont speak anything else than Korean, with some body language and simple number thing work out. But this Mr. Nothing actually ask us to check out if we are not happy...

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

You may find modern accommodation at websites where not feasible to book it. We pay more price and reception told us no such modern hotel room and don't know what modern room available. They can't change any room and manager dares to say, 'we can check out if we want', when we demand to change room. Ski routes are good...

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Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed December 10, 2016 via mobile

Excellent room, much like a traditional Korean style.Good place for skiing and kind personal.very happy with the surroundings, would definitely go there a second time and introduce it to my friends to go there for a holiday

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Reviewed December 9, 2016 via mobile

Rooms need serious renovation! Only 2 tiny smelly face towels provided (smell like sweaty towels not washed!), no bath towels. Rooms are locked with key (not card) and the lock seems insecure. Breakfast had limited selection (probably less than 6 dishes) of cold and tasteless food. No wifi and reception staff was rude. Definitely the worst accommodation I've stayed in,...

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Bengaluru, India
Reviewed February 29, 2016 via mobile

It was awesome experience at skiing. We no one knows about skiing before going there. There is separate lane for beginners. We can learn easily. No harm at all. Have facilities for coaching too. We enjoyed whole day. They are operating free shuttle transportation from different places. We should do reservation for shuttle service. We can find food in resort...

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1Thank Sreeni-Hari
Hong Kong, China
Reviewed February 19, 2016 via mobile

Overall, a pretty average resort. Ski runs are not too bad, but fairly limited. The runs are decent in length, and has a reasonable mix of difficulties; however snow quality is average and mostly from snow machine. The resort itself is well below average, with poor quality rooms and generally no service / facilities. We mostly preferred instant noodles over...

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1Thank EddieLo888
Hong Kong, China
Reviewed February 11, 2016

It's a good place for absolute beginners. Its Yellow Slope is a bit short though the website says it's 350m but I feel it's only 200m. The Orange Slope is 2 times longer and is about 2 times more steep than the Yellow Slope. It may be a bit tough to move from the Yellow to Orange. Hotel is only...

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4Thank Eric N
Reviewed January 3, 2016

Yangji pine resort is a good place for skiing and learning especially with family and kids, however the hotel is not what I expected for the price I paid, the charge was comparable to the highest end 5-star hotels in Seoul. The ski slopes have a good variety and ski rentals I believe are fair priced.

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malaysia
Reviewed March 10, 2015

Love our Skiing experience here. We took the subway to the express terminal and bought a bus tic to Yongin bus terminal (bout 45 mins journey) then from Yongin we took a cab to the resort. There is a beginner slope for newbies and also the intermediate and advanced.

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2Thank wow77
Shanghai
Reviewed December 23, 2014

This is a review of the ski portion and not the hotel. We stayed in Seoul and took the shuttle bus to the ski resort. The ski resort has 5 slopes and offers lessons. Also, a sled run, which little kids love. At the ski section, there is a cafeteria and some small restaurant kiosks (one for Turkish kebabs even)....

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Address: 34-1, Namgok-Ri, Yangji-Myeon, Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Location: South Korea > Gyeonggi-do > Yongin
Number of rooms: 60
Also Known As:
Yangji Pine Hotel Yongin
Yangji Pine Resort South Korea/Yongin
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