Korea has a temperate climate, with four distinct seasons. Spring is usually mild, with temperatures ranging from 10-20 degrees Celsius. However, late spring can be rainy, so it's best to avoid traveling during this time if possible. Summer is the hottest season, with average temperatures of 25-30 degrees Celsius. However, the humidity can make it feel even hotter. Autumn is the best time to visit Korea, as the weather is cool and comfortable, with average temperatures of 15-20 degrees Celsius. Winter can be cold, with average temperatures of 0-10 degrees Celsius. However, Korea is also famous for its winter festivals, so this can be a great time to visit if you're interested in culture.
The average weather for Korea based upon region data.
For in depth weather details see the following, Seoul the capital, Busan Korea’s second city, Jeju the popular holiday island to the south of the country or Pyeongchang the ski resort and home of the 2018 winter Olympics.
The maximum day time temperature of Korea in Centigrade and Fahrenheit
The above temperature chart displays the maximum day time temperature of three important towns in Korea in Centigrade and Fahrenheit. Seoul is in the centre of Korea and is the largest metropolis of the country as it is in the centre of korea the capital experiences the most extreme weather of the three comparison cities. Busan is on the south east side of Korea and is affected by the occasional typhoons. Jeju is an island to the south of Korea so its temperatures are less extreme than the centre of Korea.
The average rainfall of Korea, millimetres and inches of rain for Korea
The monsoon season hits Korea during the summer months and is the East Asian Monsoon referred to in Korea as Jangma. Though the patterns of the three Korean cities is slightly different the same story is true; a huge amount of rain falls during the summer months and is best avoided.
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