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  • Activities available for kids of various ages.
  • Services in Korean and English Available.
  • Coffee area available for parents and kids. Areas for party and reunions.
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  • Open every day (weekends 9 am to 9 pm/ weekdays 10 am to 9 pm)
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The Jisan Forest Resort is used as a ski resort during the snow season and as festival grounds during the summer. There are condominiums at the resort with a supermarket, Korean and Western restaurants, and games centers on the grounds. The ski resort is open during snow season from 9AM-4AM. Also, there is a Jisan Country Club with a traditional golf course and a public course for non-members of the country club. The resort is also used for the Jisan Valley Rock Festival which is held every year in the summer.

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A popular place to visit in Korea is Namiseom (남이섬)/Nami Island, and a fun way to get there is through ziplining. At Nami Skyline, you can zipline to two destinations, Namiseom (남이섬)/Nami Island and Jaraseom(자라섬)/Jara Island. This facility is one of the biggest and most famous ones in the world for ziplining and promotes eco-friendly leisure. You start from a 80 meter high tower and zipline your way down to one of the islands. Featured in many Korean dramas, Nami Island is a popular tourist attraction. Hours of operation are subject to change depending on weather conditions, so make sure to check to website or call to get details. 

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Vaunce Trampoline Park is a great place to enjoy time with friends and family. With several locations around Korea, this park allows you to jump around all day just for fun or to relieve stress on rows and rows of trampolines. Suitable for kids and adults alike, the park offers additional recreational activities such as basketball and dodgeball, which you can, of course, enjoy while you bounce around.

At Vaunce Trampoline Park, you can pay just for an hour or two of fun – or, for those who want to go all out, the park’s spaces are also available for parties and other events!

 

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Aquatic Frontier is a renowned PADI facility, conveniently located 45 km south of  Seoul and within travelling distance of virtually every city in Korea.

Aquatic Frontier offers various types of water lessons to its clients and also offers a vast selection of merchandise to meet individual water sports needs.

Here are the various types of courses that Aquatic Frontier offers:

PADI Open Water Diver Course

What it entails: Crew Pack including a book (5 quizzes and 1 test), Pool Training (~2days) , Ocean Training (~2days). Includes all rental gear.

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course

What it entails: Book, Ocean Training (whole Certification process). Includes all rental gear.

What to bring

Pool Training

Crew Pack, swimsuit, towel, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, snacks, lunch, goggles if you have a pair.

Ocean Training

Crew Pack, swimsuit, towel, sunglasses, sunscreen, water, clothes for the overnight trip, money for lodging and meal.

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No Escape sets the scene for a thrilling escape as soon as participants enter the building through a darkened hallway black box, dissolving the city outside. After a short briefing to prep for their chosen room, participants are then plunged into one of 3 worlds.

The smallest of the three rooms is a Victorian themed paranormal story that hints of the exorcist. The largest room is the only zombie themed escape room in Seoul, and depicts a world where biochemical warfare and a zombie outbreak plagues humanity. A third room with the ominous moniker, RED, challenges participants to escape a building set to blow up at any moment!

Test your logic, teamwork and creativity under the pressure and suspense of No Escape.

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