The tragedy was one the deadliest mountaineering accidents to hit the Himalayan nation in the past few years.
Nine climbers-five South Koreans and four Nepalis-died at the Mt Gurja based camp in Myagdi district when a violent snowstorm devastated their camp.
Meanwhile, a quick response team from the South Korean Foreign Ministry will head to Nepal on Monday afternoon to provide administrative assistance when transporting the bodies.
On Sunday when the rescue helicopter finally managed to land, the five South Koreans and four Nepalese guides were found dead near their basecamp.
The group of South Korean climbers and their Nepali guides were camped at the foot of 7,193-metre Mount Gurja, waiting for a window of good weather so they could attempt to reach the summit.
The search for the climbers had been hampered by strong winds and icy conditions.
The previous year, 16 Sherpas were killed on Everest when an avalanche swept through the Khumbu Icefall during the busy spring climbing season.
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Kim Chang-ho, from South Korea, who is the fastest person to reach the summits of the world's 14 highest mountains without additional oxygen, is believed by local media to be among the dead. Compare that to Mt. Everest, which more than 4,800 climbers have summited - many of them sherpa who have achieved the feat a few times.
It was unlikely the weather would clear on Saturday and helicopter flights were likely to be possible only on Sunday.
Grieving family members gathered at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in Nepal's capital where the bodies were to be autopsied before being handed to their families.
An official from the Corean Alpine Club said famed mountaineer Kim Chang-ho was leading a veteran climbing team that was on Gurja Himal mountain when they died Friday.
At least nine climbers have been reported missing after a storm swept through their camp on a Himalayan mountain.
Rarely-climbed Gurja lies in Nepal's Annapurna region, next to avalanche-prone Dhaulagiri - the world's seventh highest mountain.
The climbers were also attempting to scale a 7,193-meter (23,590-foot) peak which is not among the highest, the most hard or popular mountain to climb in Nepal.