South Korea Travel Guide
South Korea is a coastal country in East Asia, located in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula and in the eastern part of the Asian continent.
South Korea, officially named "Republic of Korea", is a coastal country in East Asia, located in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula, lies east to the Asian mainland, and close to North Korean, Japan and China in geography. South Korea occupies an area of about 100,000 square kilometers, with Seoul as its capital and largest city, and it has a population of about 51 million, with the Korean nationality as its biggest nationality.
South Korea borders with North Korea in the north of Korean Peninsula, and faces sea in three sides. It is dominated by a continental climate in the north and a subtropical climate in the south, with a cold winter and a humid and hot summer. In winter, the lowest temperature could be down to −20°C (−4°F), while in summer, the highest temperature would climb to 30 °C (86°F). June, July and August are in the rainy season, and waterfall descends from the south to the north.
South Korea has four district seasons formed by its climate and geography. For tourists, in spring(March-May), a colorful and beautiful country full of flowers is what you yearn for. In summer (June-August), you will explore mountainous areas to avoid hot and humid summer days, or go to coasts and beaches and have a crazy summer party. Autumn(September-November) is the best season for traveling, not cold and not hot. In winter(December-February), South Korea could be extremely cold, not suitable for traveling, but if you are enthusiastic about skiing, then an extraordinary experience on ice is waiting for you.