The Clips from Wave Park South Korea, powered by Wavegarden, just keep coming. This one — a night party featuring South Korea’s A-grade celebrities, actors, and DJ’s — is a glimpse at the sort of surf pool party that will be a regular occurrence in a post-Covid world.
We’ll get there eventually.
For more information about Wave Park, including rates and where to stay, click here to visit wavepoolmag.com’s guide.
Do I need to rent a car to get from the airport to Wavepark?
Wave Park is located less than an hour away from Incheon International Airport. It is a 45-minute car ride from the airport, which is about 35,000 KRW (approximately 30 USD) by taxi. You can rent a car from the airport to Wave Park, this will provide you more opportunities to explore the area and the city of Siheung.
Are there hotels nearby, or can I stay on-site?
Seahi Hotel ($75 per night) is the nearest hotel to Wave Park; it is just a ten-minute drive away and the trip is 5,000 KRW ($5) by taxi. Rooms overlook the famous Oido Sea and the island off the west coast of Siheung. Right in front of the hotel, you can walk along the sea on the left while finding a wide variety of local foods on your right like sliced raw fish, noodle soup with clams and roasted clams. Wave Park is also associated with hotels in nearby Songdo City. There are five-star hotels and here, you can find more urbanized luxury hotels featuring nice lobbies, room services and swimming pools.
What other things are there to do at the wave pool – swim, eat, dance?
Located right next to the Surf Academy building is the festival stage where we regularly host functions such as DJ parties, holiday celebrations and concerts. Next to the stage is the Surflex which offers beer. Also, Wave Park is currently constructing a large plunge pool for swimming, tube riding, and scuba diving, and an indoor pool with virtual ceilings. Finally, there are food options galore all over Wave Park offering Western fare like burgers as well as local Korean dishes.