The following weather charts display the monthly average weather conditions of Seoul, Korea. The first weather chart shows the maximum day time temperature and the number of wet days per month, the second displays the average number of hours of sunshine per day verses the monthly average rainfall and the third chart compares the maximum and minimum temperature in Fahrenheit and Centigrade. This weather data can be useful when planning a business trip, holiday or vacation to Seoul, Korea.
The above weather chart of Seoul, Korea summarises the monthly averages and season trends.
The average hours of sunshine per day verses the amount of rainfall for Seoul, Korea
Seoul Maximum and Minimum Temperature in centigrade and fahrenheit.
Seoul is classified as having a humid subtropical climate but this classification mask the relatively cold winters that the capital experiences. The summer months are hot and very humid with August being the hottest. The East Asian monsoon strikes Seoul between June and July and these three summer months are the worst time to visit Seoul. The typhoon season is in late summer but Seoul rarely gets battered by the destructive winds and floods.
Winters are surprising cold for what is considered a tropical country and Seoul has an average of 28 days of snow per winter. The capital is able to cope easily with the snow but it does mean that both days and nights are very cold. The best time to visit Seoul is during the short spring month before the humidity of summer. Late autumn is the second best season to visit.
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