|The road to Namsan Tower during New Year's morning 2011.|
December 17- February 6, 2011 Boseong Tea Fields Festival of Lights: This light display will feature numerous lights over the enormous tea fields as well as themed exhibits. Located in Jeollanam-do Province this trip will take some planning ahead of time.
December 17-February 2011 Seoul Plaza Ice Skating Rink: The rink will remain open through mid-February 2011, so don't worry if you can't fit in time to skate during the cold months of January. Skating costs 10,000 won and visit this website to see directions and times to the rink.
January 1-31 through February 6th Pyeongchang Trout Festival note the event has been postponed until further notice!: At this festival you can enjoy ice fishing, 4 wheel ATV'S, sledding, and much more. There is even a chance to win prizes by jumping in the freezing cold water and ice fishing by hand! Adventure Korea is offering a tour over the Lunar New Year to experience the festival, but there are only 19 seats left so get a reservation soon if you are interested in going.
January 21-30 Taebaek Snow Festival: View giant snow sculptures, go sledding, and enter in the national climbing contest. Adventure Korea is also offering a weekend tour to the festival.
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