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According to shoppingpicks, January in South Korea is usually cold and dry with temperatures ranging from 26°F (-3°C) to 42°F (6°C). Rainfall is rare during this time of year, although snow is not uncommon. February brings slightly warmer temperatures, usually ranging from 30 °F (-1 °C) to 46 °F (8 °C). March marks the beginning of spring in South Korea and temperatures begin to rise, usually ranging from 35 °F (2 °C) to 52 °F (11 °C). April brings even warmer weather with temperatures reaching up to 57° F(14° C). May sees an increase in temperature with an average of 63° F(17° C), although nights can still be quite cool. June marks the beginning of summer in South Korea and temperatures can reach up to 77° F(25° C). Rainfall starts to pick up during this time as thunderstorms become more frequent. July and August are typically the hottest months of summer with average highs reaching up to 86º F(30º C). Rainfall continues throughout these months and thunderstorms remain common. September brings cooler weather once again with average highs around 81º F(27º C). October sees a significant drop in temperature as winter approaches, averaging around 68º F(20º C). November is typically cold and damp with temperatures rarely going below 54º F(12º C). December has average highs of 52º F(11º C), making it one of the warmest months of the year in South Korea. South Korea is sandwiched between the Yellow Sea and the Sea of ​​Japan. It has a different climate. The large temperature differences between summer and winter are reminiscent of a continental climate. However, the country has a distinct rainy season, which is typical for a subtropical climate type. In any case, it is wet and warm in the summer: 30°C on average. In winter, December to March, the mercury drops close to freezing. At night it freezes light to moderate. The best time to visit South Korea is in European spring or autumn. Check businesscarriers for South Korea Economics and Business.

South Korea Geography and Population

South Korea (Geography) Large parts of the landscape are hilly and mountainous, and only approximately one-fifth can be cultivated. The soil is generally not very fertile and cultivation requires fertilization. To the NE, the Taebaek Mountains stretch along the coast, while the Sobaek Mountains meander to the SW, shielding the Kyongsang provinces from the rest… Read More »

Sights of South Korea

Democratic South Korea has been split with dictatorial North Korea since 1945. The border is still militarily guarded on both sides. The southern Republic of Korea is a country where you can enjoy an excellent holiday as a tourist. South Korea has, among other things, a number of special places that you will encounter on… Read More »

South Korea Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Pointer 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 GDP growth (%) 2 -0.9 4.0 3.1 2.5 GDP/population (USD/PPP) 33,433.00 31,881.00 35,168.00 52,660.00 55,300.0 Inflation (%) 0.4 0.5 2.1 2.3 1.2 Unemployment (%) 3.8 4.0 3.7 3.1 3.0 Export of goods (billion USD)… Read More »

South Korea Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in South Korea Before traveling to South Korea, you must apply for a tourist visa. To do this, the following documents are provided to the Embassy of the country: – a passport (at the time of the trip, the passport must be valid for a period exceeding 3 months) –… Read More »

History in South Korea

It is believed that the Korean Peninsula was inhabited as early as the Paleolithic, that is, several tens of millennia BC. In the 1st century A.D. several states were formed here: in the north – Goguryeo, in the south – Baekche and Silla. In the 7th century, the Silla state, with the help of Chinese… Read More »

South Korea Resorts and Attractions

The Republic of Korea (South Korea) is a state in East Asia located on the Korean Peninsula. The Korean name for the republic is Daehan Minguk. The capital is Seoul. According to smb, South Korea was formed according to the Soviet-American agreement of 1945. Part of Korea south of the 38th parallel passed to the… Read More »

South Korea History

According to localcollegeexplorer, the Korea of the South was proclaimed in 1948 in the area occupied by US forces, after the approval of a presidential constitution. The first president, Syngman Rhee established an authoritarian regime, rigidly aligned with the United States. In 1961 a military coup brought Park Chung Hi to power which reconfirmed the… Read More »

How to Get Around South Korea

By plane There are direct flights Moscow-Seoul (Aeroflot, Korean Air). Some airlines operate flights with transfers in different Asian and European cities. Incheon International Airport is located 52 kilometers from Seoul. It is connected to the capital by an expressway. You can get to Seoul from the airport by taxi and express buses. Transport According… Read More »

Seoul, South Korea Culture and Transportation

Culture Seoul is home to more than 100 museums, including three national and nine official municipal museums. The National Museum of Korea is the most representative of museums, not only in Seoul, but of all those in South Korea. Since its inception in 1945, the museum has created a collection of 150,000 objects. In October 2005, the… Read More »

Storm over Korea Part IV

7: Lee Myung Bak Lee Myung Bak was born in Osaka, Japan on December 17, 1941, shortly after Japan attacked the US Navy base at Pearl Harbor (Hawaii). When Japan lost the war in 1945, Korea was also lost. According to WEDDINGINFASHION, the country had been a Japanese colony since 1910. Lee Myung Bak’s family… Read More »

Storm over Korea Part III

In 1980, Kim Il Sung presented a program to establish the Democratic Confederate Republic of Koryo (Koryo was the name of the dynasty that ruled Korea 935–1392). It was to be an alliance-free state with two different systems and each a different government. In 1991, when both states became members of the UN, they agreed… Read More »

Storm over Korea Part II

The sunshine policy came in the shadow of the controversy over North Korea’s missile and nuclear program. Bush never spoke to Sunshine Presidents Kim Dae Jung and Roh Moo Hyun, who both died in 2009, Roh on his own after a corruption scandal. 3: Storm from several edges All two years before, in 2007, the… Read More »

Storm over Korea Part I

On March 26, 2010, the naval vessel “Cheonan” suddenly sank near the informal sea border between North and South Korea. 46 South Korean soldiers followed in the depths. South Korean President Lee Myung Bak has set up an international commission of inquiry. It determined that the ship had been sunk by a North Korean torpedo.… Read More »

The Countries of East Asia

The largest country is China, whose landscape is diverse and is criss-crossed by mountains, plateaus, hilly countries and deserts. The mountains include the Altai Mountains, the Daba Mountains, the Helan Mountains and the Taihang Mountains. The most important rivers in China include the 6,400 km long Yangtze River, which is the longest in Asia, the… Read More »