The climate of Korea is temperate with four distinct seasons.
From March to May, Korea tends to be chilly at morning and at night, and warm in the afternoon.Flowers bloom beautifully. Winter clothes are typically worn until the end of March. April bringswarmer temperatures and lighter clothing, and by May, temperatures begin to get very hot.
From June to August, the weather is hot, with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 35°C. The rainyseason, called “Jangma”, frequently occurs between late June and late July. A few typhoons withheavy rain and wind typically visit the country between August and September.
From September to November, the average temperature is 10~25°C. The sky is clear and dry most ofthe day. By November, winter has arrived and people are already preparing their winter clothes andturning on their heaters. Autumn in Korea is one of the most beautiful times of the year, thanks to thecolorful foliage.
In winter, the weather stays very cold, ranging from -10°C to 10°C from December to February. Duringthis period, the weather seems to run in a cycle of three very cold days followed by four days of mildertemperatures. Snow and harsh winds can be expected. Warm clothes and heaters are necessary. Theweather gets warmer by the end of February.