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|Seorak Waterpia is one of Korea's largest theme parks offering a wide variety of outdoor leisure activities and hot spring facilities. Nestled in Seorak Hanwha Resort at Seoraksan Mountain, Seorak Waterpia uses only pure mineral waters. The water comes from the layer formed during the Mesozoic Era, and the water volume used per day is about 3,000 tons. With their abundance of cations (sodium, calcium, and magnesium) and anions (chlorine, carbonic acid, and sulphuric acid), the hot springs are good for stress, neuralgia, arthritis, and geriatric diseases.
Various facilities at Seorak Waterpia include a hot springs resort that opened in July 1997, an artificial wave zone at the Wave Pool, and the Stream Pool. At the theme zone, the Rafting Zone and Body Slider will provide you with endless fun and thrills. In addition, there are outdoor leisure spa facilities such as Lovers Bath, Rock Bath, Cave Bath, and sauna facilities such as Prickle Bath, Wood Bath, Outdoor Bath, and more. The 18-hole golf course and many attractions of Seorak Plaza Land make it ideal for families to relax and enjoy.
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|Varies by season; refer to the official website.|
|Varies by season and type of pass (All-day Pass / Afternoon Pass / Night Pass)
* Various discounted fares offered for online reservation, vacation package, etc.
* Refer to the official website for details: www.hanwharesort.co.kr
|[Spa] Shark Blue, Maelstrom, Food court, Indoor sauna, Lazy River Pool
[Aqua] Badepul, Kids’pia, Event halls, Rainbow Streams, Regular pools, Spa Primo, Kavanah Zone
[Adventure] Shark Wave, Torrent River, Atlantis, Rapa Nui (food court), Kavanah Zone, Outdoor theater, Kids & Tot’s Pool, Sun bathing zone
[Extreme] World Alley & Family Raft
From Seoul Express Bus Terminal or Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an express or intercity bus to Sokcho Express Bus Terminal or Sokcho Intercity Bus Terminal
From the express bus terminal, take Bus No. 9-1 and get off at Sokcho Fire Department bus stop (5 bus stops).
- Cross to the other side of the street and take Bus No. 3 or 3-1.
- Get off at Seorak Waterpia bus stop (11 bus stops).
From the intercity bus terminal, exit to the right and walk two blocks.
- Take Bus No. 3 or 3-1 from Suboktap bus stop.
- Get off at Seorak Waterpia bus stop (17 bus stops).