Let's go to Pyeongchang Trout Festival! At this festival we can experience trout fishing and participate in many winter-themed activities like sledding, skating, ice-biking, ATV, snow rafting, and more. We can even experience catching trout with our bare hands! There are many places to eat at the festival, and there's even an ice bar! It should be a great way to spend the day.^^
Seoul National University of Education Station (교대역)
Lines 2 & 3, Exit #14
27,000 won for roundtrip bus
To reserve your spot, send payment for the bus to the account below. Spots are first come, first served. Email after sending payment so I know who sent it.
KEB (Korea Exchange Bank)
If you work in the daytime and cannot go to the bank, or if you're new to Korea and can't transfer the money for the trip, you can pay via paypal:
*If there are not enough participants, the meetup may be canceled. Seats are first come, first served.
7 days (or more) in advance - Full refund. (January 5th or earlier)
6 days to 48 hours - 50% refund. (January 6th - January 9th)
48 hours or less - No refund. (January 10th or later)
*Send an email if you want a refund.
*If the organizer cancels the trip, you will get a full refund.
What to bring:
Warm clothes, hat, gloves, etc
Money for activities & meals
- 8:00am - Meet at Seoul National University of Education Station (교대역) Lines 2 & 3, Exit #14
- 8:10am - Depart from meeting place.
- 10:30am - Arrive at the festival.
- Enjoy the festival.
- 4:00pm - Depart festival.
- 6:30pm-7:00pm - Arrive back in Seoul.
Price of activities at the festival:
All inclusive pass (unlimited sledding, rafting, skating, biking, bumper cars, etc): 18,000 won
Or pay for activities individually:
Snow Sledding: 6,000 won
Ice Sledding: 6,000 won
Snow rafting: 6,000 won
Skating: 6,000 won
Ice Biking: 6,000 won
Bumper cars: 6,000 won
ATV (not part of all-inclusive pass): 10,000 won for 30 minutes
Bare-handed Trout fishing(not part of all-inclusive pass): 15,000 won
Participation in this group's trips and activities is at your own risk. Members are responsible for their own safety, health, and possessions.