YongPyong Resort Dragon Valley Hotel

Address: 715 Olympics Ro, Daegwanryeong-Myeon, Pyeongchang, 25352, Korea Rep. | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort is located on 715 Olympics Ro, Daegwanryeong-Myeon, Pyeongchang.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsYongPyong Resort Dragon Valley Hotel Pyeongchang

          Reviewed by liping1987


          Reviewed Mar 1, 2013
          by (10 reviews) Singapore , Singapore Flag of Singapore

          Nice resort with convenience stores below it. skiing resort too!

          Cool and nice!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews YongPyong Resort Dragon Valley Hotel Pyeongchang

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Pyeongchang

          Interesting day, not much activity

          A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 21, 2015

          22 photos

          ... takes an incredible number of steps to completion. The final product has been made into dolls, lanterns and even clothing. It apparently can be hand washed. We tried to make a jewel box and small sheets of paper.
          Final dinner on tour is Korean BBQ with pork belly in conjunction with about 15 side dishes of all kinds.
          Hotel tonight in Pyeongchang, the heart of the 2018 Winter Olympics site. ...

          ISP Field Trip

          A travel blog entry by aworldofstories on Jul 17, 2012

          1 comment, 15 photos

          ... things on it. After lunch we went to the tomb of King Sejong the Great who is the man who invented the Korean script in the 15th century so that all people would be able to read and write rather than just the scholars who were the only ones able to read the Chinese characters used up until then.
          Unfortunately my heart wasn't really in the visit as my mind was on people at home and wishing I could have been there so I didn't learn as much as I could have there. ...

          Meet Moonhye

          A travel blog entry by jojobee6 on Mar 22, 2011

          49 photos

          ... Louis has.

          Meet Charly
          Charly tells me to call him Andrea. Charly likes to be girly I think. Charly talks in a very high voice and Charly makes me laugh everytime as he bats his eyes at me when I hand out name cards. Charly tries very hard and has a decent amount of stickers.

          Meet Sam
          Sam smiles. Sam smiles all the time. Sam never stops smiling. Sometimes I think Sam's face is stuck in this position permanently. He is ...

          Winter Wonderland in Korea

          A travel blog entry by jojobee6 on Dec 21, 2010

          3 comments, 62 photos

          ... the essential ingredients and foods to have our traditional thanksgiving dishes. Therefore we took many trips to Seoul to Costco (yes, Kirkland brand and all, thank you Korea for this wonderful feature!!!!), multiple army bases and the international markets. But, how do we cook the dishes without an oven? And what about the 22 lb. turkey(who we named Paco)? Koreans cook a lot of one pot meals, therefore no one has ovens. I am trying to cope with this ...

          School, farming and gifts

          A travel blog entry by erika_buzink on Jun 14, 2010

          1 comment, 32 photos

          ... round the back of the post office which was further up the hill. After a short walk we booked ourselves onto yet another ferry trip, a tour of the rock formations round the island. As well as caves and holes in rocks we saw divers in wetsuits with plastic baskets catching fish all around the rocky coastline. It was all very enjoyable, but the best bit by far was when a fishing boat attached itself to our boat to sell everyone sashimi and soju. The same man who sold portrait photos ...

          Traveler Photos YongPyong Resort Dragon Valley Hotel Pyeongchang

          Securing the boots for another run
          Pyeongchang, Korea Rep.
          Colleen's big smile.
          Pyeongchang, Korea Rep.
          Team Unicorn tries tubing.
          Pyeongchang, Korea Rep.
          Miss Joey and Janet
          Pyeongchang, Korea Rep.
          Amazing view.
          Pyeongchang, Korea Rep.