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Woongjin Playdoci, Water and Snow Park

Woongjin Playdoci is an indoor water and snow park located in Bucheon. For those who loved to swim you need not to worry waiting for summer for you can play at this water park year round. Headed out to this attraction on the third day of Chinese New Year holiday, it was a snowy day but absolutely had a great one. Pools, sauna and spa were so great.



Playdoci Water Park has separate pools for kids and adults it also has a spa swimming pool, which I enjoyed so much. The bubbling water on the sides of the pool will calm your muscles. River pool, wave pool and exciting water slides made me scream.


The spot I loved most was the outdoor pool across the spa area. Yes, literally outside on a chilling temperature … and the snow falls! But the water on the pools outdoors was so warm, soothing and relaxing.



This water park is just perfect for winter swimming. Life jackets, which is required to wear and sun beds are available for rent. If you’re in a group, there are cottages available for rent giving all of you the comfort of spending time whole day.


Meals vary from 10,000-15,000won but enough to make your stomach full. You do not have to bring cash on the poll area. They will charge all your expenses on your locker key and you’ll pay it all when you leave the premises.



Snow Park is on the 2nd floor of the building. We then of course stopped off, as it is included in our discounted tickets. It is also an indoor attraction that includes ski, snowy winter town, Arctic Igloo Park, kids and family sledding.


Direction: Take Line 7 to Samsan Gymnasium and head to exit 1…it’s about 8-10minutes walk. You’ll not going to miss it as it is located on the end of the road.


Admission:     Water park: 40,000 – 50,000won per person

Time:10:00 – 21:00 (year round)

Snow park:     18,900 – 23,900won (also year round)


Try booking on, they offer big discount for water and snow park and comes with easy instruction on your email.




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