Here at Phoenix Park in Pyeongchang we’ve hosted the moguls, aerials, halfpipe, ski/boarder cross, parallel giant slalom (PGS) and slopestyle events.
We’re just a few days into the Winter Olympic Games and something strange has happened.
If you haven’t already learned from our excessive social media posting, the Phoenix Park Foreigner Ski School is now working at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Three of our snowboard instructors entered the Phoenix Park Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. See how Mark, Chris and Josh (Kaos) go in their first ever park competition:
Ever wanted to play with raccoons? Don’t do it. They’re scary.
It’s no secret that us Aussies love our snow sports and will travel far and wide to do it. You’ll find us swamping Japan and Canada (there’s a reason the new name for Whistler is Whis-tralia)
If you’ve ever thought, “I want to become a snowboard instructor” it’s probably because you imagine powder riding every day and partying every night.
How do Koreans do Christmas? And how do us instructors do it in a foreign country without our families?
Is it good to work as an instructor at a Korean Ski School? I’ll show you around Phoenix Park in Pyeongchang, South Korea.